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Hearing Conservation e-learning from HSL and 3M


Introducing a new, interactive training package to assist those responsible for health and safety to learn about noise risk and the possible solutions according to the hierarchy of control.

The Issue...

Hearing damage from noise at work is still a major issue.  According to HSE, research estimates that over 2 million people are exposed to noise levels at work that may be harmful (Controlling Noise at Work - Guidance on the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005). Hearing damage is an invisible health effect and it can often take years for an individual's hearing to degrade to the point at which they notice any issues. By this time, it is often too late, leaving the individual looking to protect what they have left.

The Regulations...

HSE's guidance on the Noise Regulations is a free and accessible resource, but today's health and safety professionals have constant demands on their time and sometimes several hats to wear. They are not always able to prioritise sufficient time to becoming fully conversant with the comprehensive advice contained within it and, as such, risk not being able to locate the most relevant points quickly.

The Solution...

HSL's noise experts together with 3M, the hearing protection specialists, have pooled their knowledge and expertise to develop an innovative e-learning package. Hearing Conservation e-learning is a flexible, interactive online series of 4 modules aimed at demystifying noise, helping organisations understand the legislation, and providing simple, practical suggestions to help deal with noise issues. Written by experts, but delivered in language and bitesize chunks that are accessible to all, this e-learning package should give health and safety personnel the confidence to begin to tackle noise issues in their place of work.




With all 4 modules available for just £59 - can you afford not to learn about noise?

Click on the links on the right to find out what is covered in each module.

For a free white paper on understanding noise and what you can do to control it, please click here.


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