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A new study finds over half of workers exposed to noise on the job don’t use hearing protection

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A new study from the CDC’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates that over half of noise-exposed workers didn’t use hearing protection “always” or “usually” when exposed to hazardous occupational noise. Hearing protection device (HPD) non-use was only measured in workers who reported exposure to noise on the job.  READ MORE