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Noise Exposure Levels The OSHA Noise Standard (29CFR1910.95) states when the 8-hour noise exposure exceeds 90 dB-A, an effort to control noise through engineering methods must be attempted if the 90 dB-A levels are exceeded. Hearing Protection Hearing protection alone is not an acceptable means of permanent OSHA compliance with the noise standard. The reason is simple, the poorest means of ...
Foremost in many companies' capital-investment strategies these days is achieving fast return on investment (ROI). This especially is true in packaged foods, an industry adjusting co higher commodity ...
Ship wrecks are an unfortunate reality in the ever expanding global marketplace. Weather, inexperienced or inattentive crews, and equipment failures can all be contributing factors. When ships do sink, capsize, or run aground, and immediate ...
EPA Releases a Manual to Reduce Pollution at Marinas EPA to Host “Green Marinas” Workshop in Fajardo, Puerto Rico on April 2
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