Noise Monitoring and Establishment of a Comprehensive Hearing Conservation ProgramJournal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (2007)
AbstractHere we discuss the importance of monitoring noise in contemporary animal facilities. Noise surveys and monitoring should be an integral part of an institution's Occupational Health and Safety Program. If noise levels equal or exceed 85 dB, then a Hearing Conservation Program must be initiated in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards. The tenets of a comprehensive Hearing Conservation Program are outlined.
Publication DateJanuary, 2007
Citation InformationMildred M. Randolph, William Allen Hill and Bruce W. Randolph. "Noise Monitoring and Establishment of a Comprehensive Hearing Conservation Program" Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science Vol. 46 Iss. 1 (2007)
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