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This standard is intended to help employers prevent occupational hearing loss among construction and demolition workers.
1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose 2. Definitions 3. Identification of Hazardous Exposure 4. Controlling the Hazards 5. Hearing Protection Devices (HPDs) 6....
1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose 2. Definitions 3. Identification of Hazardous Exposure 4. Controlling the Hazards 5. Hearing Protection Devices (HPDs) 6. Audiometry 7. Training 8. Recordkeeping 9. Evaluation 10. References Appendix 1: Engineering and Administrative Noise Controls Appendix 2: Probable Noise Levels of Common Construction Tools (Non-Mandatory) Appendix 3: Hearing Protection Device Attenuation Appendix 4: Use of Hearing Protection Devices with Other Personal Protective Equipment Appendix 5: A Comparison of the NIOSH 3 dB Exchange Rate to the OSHA 5 dB Exchange Rate
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