Newsletter: Occupational Noise Exposure, Intrinsically Safe Communication Headsets, and Bluetooth for High Noise Environments
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OCCUPATIONAL NOISE EXPOSURE, INTRINSICALLY SAFE COMMUNICATIONS, BLUETOOTH FOR HIGH NOISE ENVIRONMENTS
IN THIS ISSUE: - 10 Things You Didn't Know About Occupational Noise Exposure - - Oops! I Forgot Communications Headsets in my Budget! - - Why Should Companies Invest in Intrinsically Safe Communication Headsets? - - 6 Signs You Should Consider Investing in Bluetooth for High Noise Environments -
Each year, thousands of workers suffer due to excessive noise exposure while on the job. Unfortunately, many are uninformed and unaware of the dangers of occupational noise and neglect to take the necessary precautions. Inform yourself of the risks involved with occupational noise exposure and equip yourself with the knowledge to prevent it.
In many cases, budgets for communications systems have been developed, approved, allocated and even mostly spent before somebody realizes that they can’t talk and/or hear over the noise at their job site.
Most of us have used Bluetooth-connected devices in relatively quiet environments, but can Bluetooth be used in an extremely noisy location? Educate yourself about what Bluetooth is, and when it might be an option for your business.