Safety Town Square | 3M Canada
It’s a question we are frequently asked – how do I clean my earplugs and earmuffs, along with how long can I wear them for?
Canadian workers in the oil and gas industry are experiencing noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) in alarming numbers.
Sound Solutions. We understand the needs of Canadian workers loud and clear.
Communication and hearing protection is crucial for all job sites. This webinar explores communication devices and their valuable benefits for your workers and your protection.
Even common sounds you hear at work or home can contribute to long term hearing loss and other health risks. Over time, noise at or above 85 dBA can damage hearing and cause ringing in the ears....
See how our options make it easier to select the right hearing protection for each employee.
Noise-induced hearing loss is 100% preventable.
For workers required to wear earplugs on the job, there are many factors that can affect which type they will prefer to wear.
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Noise-induced hearing loss is 100% preventable and this makes it extremely important for workers to choose the right type of hearing protection for their environment.
Nearly every food manufacturing facility produces sound. Hearing protection is required for all employees working in hazardous noise over 85 dB (as per CSA Hearing Protection Standard Z94.2).
Earmuffs are a common form of hearing protection for workers across all industries. With versions that can be attached to hard hats and with an easy on and off design, earmuffs are favoured by many wo
If you recall the heated Yanny vs Laurel debate, you’ll remember the all too familiar debates about whether people could hear the word “Yanny” or “Laurel” during a short sound clip.
Make and receive important calls without removing your hearing protection or leaving the noisy job site. Communicate with other crew members at the push of a button.
Learn more about ear fit testing with the 3M™ E-A-Rfit Dual-Ear Validation System, a device that tests personal attenuation ratings.