Honeywell Hosts Free Hearing Conservation Seminars in June to Prevent Workplace Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
SMITHFIELD, RHODE ISLAND, USA— May 28, 2014 — Free hearing conservation seminars to help prevent noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace are scheduled for June around the U.S. and Canada — hosted by hearing conservation experts from Honeywell (NYSE: HON).
New Howard Leight® Sync Digital Radio & Electo Earmuffs Combine Hearing Protection, High-Fidelity Sound, Radio & MP3 Listening
SMITHFIELD, RHODE ISLAND, USA — Honeywell Safety Products introduced the next generation of digital radio and sound amplification earmuffs to its Howard Leight® Sync™ family today. The new Sync Digital AM/FM Radio, Sync Hi-Vis AM/FM Radio, and Sync Electo® combine hearing protection, high-fidelity sound, and the ability for individuals to listen to the radio or personal listening devices safely at work and at home.
Honeywell Safety Products Experts in Hearing Conservation to Present Research, Technology, Know-How at 2012 Professional Conferences
Hearing Conservation experts from Honeywell Safety Products will present the latest research, technologies, and know-how on Hearing Conservation programs at three key upcoming industry conferences in June 2012 — American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Safety 2012, American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) AIHce 2012, and the Audio Engineering Society Conference on Music-Induced Hearing Disorders.
Free “HearForever” Seminars Presented by Honeywell to Promote Effective Workplace Hearing Conservation Programs
Honeywell Safety Products will present a series of free seminars in May 2012 throughout the U.S. Gulf region that will help safety professionals improve their Hearing Conservation Programs and prevent noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) among their workers.http://www.twitter.com/HearForeverOrg
Howard Leight Urges Occupational Hearing Conservation Managers Seeking Smaller Earplugs to ”Try MAX”
Howard Leight/Honeywell Safety Products is offering trial samples of its flagship MAX® and MAX® Small single-use earplugs to qualified Hearing Conservation program managers and other occupational safety professionals in the US and Canada.
New Howard Leight MAX Small Earplugs Maximize Hearing Protection and Comfort for People with Smaller Ear Canals
Honeywell Safety Products today introduced MAX Small earplugs — an extension to the flagship Howard Leight MAX single-use earplug family. MAX Small’s reduced size offers people with smaller ear canals a more comfortable fit and high attenuation (NRR 30).
At Shaw Industries, Personalized Ear Plug Fit Testing Overcomes Challenges to Worker Hearing Protection – New Case Study
In late 2009, Kenny Dillard, faced seemingly insurmountable environmental challenges to the Hearing Conservation program at a Dalton, Ga., manufacturing facility of Shaw Industries Group, Inc., the world’s largest carpet manufacturer and a leading floor covering provider.
Howard Leight QuietDose In-Ear Dosimetry Recognised by BSIF for Product Innovation
The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) has awarded its 2011 Product Innovation Award to the Howard Leight QuietDose in-ear dosimeter. The award, which is designed to recognise new and innovative products that contribute to improvements in occupational safety and health, was presented at the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards Gala Dinner held during Safety and Health Expo 2011.
New Sync Stereo Earmuffs from Howard Leight Combine Hearing Protection with High-Fidelity Sound Quality
Optimizing acoustical earcup design, volume management technology, and personal hearing protection, Honeywell Safety Products introduces Sync, the next generation of stereo earmuffs from Howard Leight. Sync delivers the proper levels of hearing protection in hazardous noise environments with high-fidelity stereo sound from users personal portable audio MP3 players.
Free Seminars Will Help Employers in Northeast U.S. Improve Hearing Conservation Programs
A series of free seminars have been scheduled for June throughout the Northeast U.S. to help employers improve their Hearing Conservation Programs and prevent noise-induced hearing loss among their workers.
Free April Seminars to Help Employers in Georgia, Tennessee to Improve Hearing Conservation Programs
A series of free seminars during April 2011 in Georgia and Tennessee will help employers to improve their Hearing Conservation Programs and prevent noise-induced hearing loss among workers.