The Prevention of Recordable Hearing Loss: Why is Work-Relatedness Important?

The Prevention of Recordable Hearing Loss: Why is Work-Relatedness Important?

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To wrap up our series of blogs on the prevention of recordable hearing loss cases, let’s revisit the bottom-line issue: Why is work-relatedness determination important? 


Prevention of noise-induced hearing loss is the best way to avoid recordable hearing loss.

 

Employers should take advantage of additional info that is available now with separate column, such as the identification of patterns of hearing loss which should lead to control of hazards which would prevent noise-induced hearing loss. 

 

Identification of unacceptable noise exposures, can lead to noise reduction and prevention.  Identification of problems in your HCP can help prevent future recordable hearing loss cases.  If a hearing loss is not work-related, it is important to determine other causes of hearing loss and arrange for necessary treatment. 

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