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PowerPoint: Application of Health Communication Theories: Occupational Hearing Loss and Prevention



Uploaded by: Kyle Clocksin on 09/12/2013

Author: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Publication Date: 8/9/2000

Publication Source: www.niosh.gov

Summary: This presentation addresses noise-induced hearing loss, current issues associated with hearing protectors, health communication models, and the health communications theory to positively influence hearing health behaviors.


Keywords: hearing,hearing loss,hearing loss prevention,hearing protection,hierarchy of controls,industrial noise exposure,NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safey and Health),noise,occupational noise,workplace health and safety,communication,hearing conservation,hearing conservation programs,noise monitoring,machinery noise,noise measurement,noise levels,hearing protector attenuation,noise reduction rating (NRR),hearing impairment,PowerPoint Presentation


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