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Partner Advisory: July is Fireworks Safety Month!

CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) is committed to educating all people about noise-induced hearing loss in order to help prevent it. Hearing loss from loud noise is permanent — and most people don’t notice their hearing is damaged until it’s too late.

You can make a difference! The NCEH Noise Induced Hearing Loss Team put together a new video and social media images to help you spread the word. By sharing these on social media and beyond, you can help prevent noise-induced hearing loss during this year’s #Fireworks Safety Month!

CLICK HERE to learn more!

 

FREE Webinar: Managing Noise Exposure Data for Extended Work Shifts - What are the Options?

When: Tuesday, July 7, 2020 

Time: 12:00pm CT - 1:00pm CT

Cost: This is a FREE webinar and open to both members/non-members. 

About the Webinar:
Determining employee time-weighted average noise exposures for facilities with 8-hour work shifts is a fairly straightforward procedure. However, confusion often reigns when extended work shifts (e.g., 10-hour, 12-hour workdays) exist. To handle exposure data for workdays greater than 8 hours there are at least three viable options. The data may be normalized to an 8-hour day for direct comparison to the applicable regulation criteria, the average sound level may be compared to a sliding-scale criteria, or the full-shift projected dose may be utilized. This webinar shall demonstrate through example how to appropriately manage the data, plus describe the pros and cons of each method. No CEUs will be offered for this webinar. 

Presented by: Dennis P. Driscoll, P.E., Brd. Cert. in Noise Control, FAIHA


For more information & to register, CLICK HERE!

 

Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRAD) Statements

Audiology organizations have recently released statements regarding Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRAD). Click the links below to view. 

 

PDFs and Handouts from the 2020 Conference Presentations

The NHCA Conference Archives include the schedule of sessions/events and the handouts from the speakers for past annual conferences. The 2020 Conference Archives are currently ONLY available to those who attended the 2020 conference in Destin, FL. After the 2021 conference, the 2020 archives will be available to those who attended the conference as well as all NHCA members, as is the case for the archives of prior years.

Members, click here to login and view the Conference Archives. 

 

2020 NHCA Conference Photos

The 2020 NHCA Conference Photos are now posted on the website and available for members to view. Members, after you login to the website, click on the 'Members' drop-down menu at the top of the home page and then click 'Photo Gallery.' You will be automatically re-directed to the photo gallery page. 

Members can also CLICK HERE to login and view the photos.

 
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