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Year: 2019

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Garry Gordon

Fit checking hearing protection

How does fit checking minimize the risk of hearing loss claims and help workers properly use hearing protection products? Traditionally, the verification of how well an ear protector (muff or plugs) attenuates has been conducted under laboratory standards that resulted in reporting a noise reduction rating. The resulting NRR score simply implied the expected attenuation when the product was properly installed at the time of use. Eventually, it was recognized that numerous end users weren’t achieving these values for a

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Shooters should do their research when choosing molded ear protection
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Garry Gordon

Shooters should do their research when choosing molded ear protection

Reprinted from Trap and Field Magazine Some joke that it’s easy to spot a trapshooter by how often he or she says “huh?” during a conversation, but hearing loss is no laughing matter. Many healthcare professionals believe that over a period of time, sounds louder than 90 decibels can permanently damage hearing. The average gun blast exceeds 140 decibels. Many vendors at the Grand addressed the importance of ear protection for shooters. “Once your hearing is gone, it’s gone. You

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