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Reason For Hearing loss
Hearing loss is the effect of the sound level (volume) and the time exposed. Excessive exposure to these loud sounds can be more common than often thought, both at home and during working hours. Common examples of exposure to excessive noise are from industrial machinery, heavy construction equipment and vehicles, power tools, aircraft, gunfire, dental drills, sporting events and fireworks.
HearWell Can Help
HearWell are equipped with the expertise and support to protect you and your families hearing. Would you like more information or advice? Simply contact HearWell by email, phone or visit our clinic.
Preventing Hearing Loss
The surest method of preventing occupational and recreational deafness is to reduce noise at the source by engineering methods e.g turning the volume down, use of sound deadening materials. However, in certain workplace conditions, there is very little or nothing one can do to reduce noise at the source. In such places, the wearing of hearing protectors to reduce the amount of noise reaching the ears.
Employers have a right to ensure the hearing of their staff is not harmed as a result of employment. However music from a player’s own instrument or nearby instruments can cause hearing loss depending on the intensity and duration of the noise. Some people are more susceptible to hearing loss from high-level sound than others.