Noise Reduce in Glass Manufacturing Industry

London Journal of Engineering Research
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by S.Magibalan , M. Prabu, M. Gokulram, P. Senthilkumar, R. Boopathi
Classification: FOR Code: 290502
Keywords: noise induced hearing loss, temporary hearing loss, permanent hearing loss.
Language: English

This studies aims at identifying work situations, in which employees be affected by noise and improvement have to make to control the noise and to reduce the exposure to noise in the workplace so it will protect from the hearing loss.  Due to noise exposure in the industry noise it can create physical and psychological stress, communication and concentration problem in the workplace.  Over exposure to noise lead to Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) and is one of the occupational health disease (Daniel Autenrieth).  A main auditory effect is Acoustic Trauma, Tinnitus, Temporary hearing loss, Permanent Hearing loss.  Variety of factors has been considered as potential contributors to increasing the risk of Threshold shift.  Exposure to noise constitutes a health risk. Evaluate the personal noise level monitoring at glass industry and to reduce the exposure level in that industry.  To take measurement with the noise dosimeter is to evaluate the average exposure of noise during a normal shift (8hrs work shift).  Measuring worker’s exposures to noise is an important part of Noise Reduction Program. 


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