This reference for hearing conservation professionals covers noise-related issues within the workplace and the community. Eighteen contributions from researchers and audiologists are organized into sections on the fundamentals of sound, vibration, and hearing; elements of a hearing conservation program (HCP); noise interference and annoyance; and regulations, standards, and laws. A sampling of topics includes the anatomy and physiology of the ear, hearing protection devices, audiometric monitoring phase of the HCP, room noise criteria, and workers' compensation.Elliott H. Berger. Production area 2 was classified as B for all employee work areas exhibiting TWAs less than 90 dBA, including the 5% of the employees who exhibited TWAs less than 85 dBA. At those workstations where the workersa#39;anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Noise Manual|
|Author||:||Elliott H. Berger|
|Publisher||:||AIHA - 2003-01-01|