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NIOSH Program Portfolio

 

Manufacturing

NORA Manufacturing Sector Strategic Goals

Goal 4.0: Reduce the incidence of occupationally-induced hearing loss in the manufacturing sector.


Projects for Goal 4.0

Project Title % Attributed to Manufacturing
Hearing Protection for Hearing Impaired Workers 100%
Preventing Hearing Loss Among Shipyard Workers 50%
Noise Sampling Strategies and Exposure-Response Models 100%
Hearing Protector Testing Methods & Rating Schemes 100%
Factors Affecting Hearing Conservation Program 100%
Hearing Loss Intervention for Shipyard Workers 100%
Success in Hearing Loss Prevention 50%
Determining the Work Relatedness of Hearing Loss 50%
Genetic Modulation of Worker Susceptibility to Noise-Induced Hearing Loss 50%
Noise Control for Construction and Manufacturing Industries 50%
National Surveillance of Occupational Hearing Loss 50%
Development of an Impulsive Noise Meter 50%
Hearing Protector Performance for Impulse Noise 50%
Hearing Protector Performance for Impulse Noise 50%
Communication of Best Practices in Hearing Loss Prevention (PHP) 50%
Communication of Best Practices in Hearing Loss Prevention (PHP) 50%
Compendium and Selection Tool for Hearing Protection Devices (PHP) 50%
Testing Speech Intelligibility and Hearing Protection 50%
021H: Hearing Hazard Associated with Industrial Noise Exposure (2317) 50%
021H: Adverse Effects of Noise on Hearing: Basic Mechanisms (3973) 50%
021H: Daily Exposure Monitoring Intervention to Prevent Hearing Loss (8641) 50%

Extramural Projects for Goal 4.0

Project Title % Attributed to Manufacturing
021H: Chronic Occupational Noise, Stressors & Susceptibility in Cardiovascular Illness (9589) 100%
Page last updated: June 3, 2011
Page last reviewed: May 23, 2011
Content Source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Office of the Director

 

NIOSH Program:

Manufacturing