Hearing protection - the electrical hazard you don't "hear" about!

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Author: Kevin J. Lippert & Amanada M. LippertWhitepaper/Case Study

This paper will explain some of the physiological aspects which give us our hearing capabilities. It will also describe how damage to the ear should be considered as part of an electrical safety program, as well as potential methods for reducing the hazard.


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