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What Are The 4 P's of Occupational Noise-Induced Hearing Loss?

When it comes to hearing loss in the workplace, noise-induced hearing loss is the most common. Employees and businesses should try to prevent hearing loss and protect their ears. This includes reducing volume, reducing exposure, and using proper ear protection. Know the four P's of occupational noise-induced hearing loss. It can allow you to better understand and protect against it.

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