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NOISE AND HEARING LOSS PREVENTION

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Noise Meter

Weakest Sound Heard by the Average Ear

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Normal Conversation

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Ringing Telephone

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Hair Dryer/Power Lawn Mower

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Belt Sander

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Tractor

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Hand Drill

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Impact Wrench

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Bulldozer

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Spray Painter

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Continuous Miner

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Chain Saw

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Hammer Drill

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Pneumatic Percussion Drill

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Ambulance Siren

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Jet Engine at Takeoff

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

12-Gauge Shotgun

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Rocket Launch

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

Loudest Possible Tone

Exposures >= 85 dB May Cause Hearing Loss

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