Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011
Do you currently work with loud machinery within the music industry or in an environment which emits loud sounds on a constant basis? If you’ve answered yes, did you know that since 2006 it’s been a requirement as per the HSE Noise Regulations Act for those working within such environments to have an industrial hearing test every twelve to fourteen months? These reason that this is important is because statistically those working in such industries are more likely to suffer from hearing loss. Along with regular tests, another way to prevent this is by wearing adequate industrial hearing protection Newmarket available from us at the Hearing Healthcare Centre.
As hearing specialists, here at the Hearing Healthcare Centre we’re able to provide those that work within the industries mentioned above and those that work in an environment which has a noise level of 85dB plus, with a variety of hearing protection which is designed to keep out high and low frequency sounds, whilst protecting from irreversible hearing damage.
Our range of hearing protection includes:
• Ear plugs, which are shaped to provide the ultimate fit and comfort for you. By doing this, we can ensure that our ear plugs are unobtrusive and provide important noise reduction.
• Monitor moulds.
• Industrial hearing protection complete with in-built communication systems which are ideal for those working within the construction trade.
We ensure that when selecting hearing protection or hearing aids Newmarket from us that you receive a product which is not only the perfect fit for you; but also comes at an affordable price without compromising on the quality.
Exposure to loud noise without effective industrial hearing protection Newmarket can substantially affect the hearing in a very short space of time, and this damage can be irreversible. Instead of running the risk with your hearing, why not visit us here at the Hearing Healthcare Centre and purchase quality hearing protection at affordable prices?
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