Webinar: Communication at a Distance: Hearing Protection Solutions

As we slowly adapt to all the changes that have taken place over the past year, we are also faced with new demands at work: having an environment that manages the complexities of a global pandemic while ensuring the health and safety of our teams.

When it comes to hearing protection, the question is: How can workers be well protected? How can they be well protected from dangerous noise levels, while working remotely, and still have easy and clear communication?

The experts at 3M and SPI are here to help you meet this challenge.

Join us in this free webinar to learn more about:

  • Current regulations
  • Key elements of the hearing loss prevention program
  • The benefits of advanced hearing protection and communication technologies
  • Solutions: hearing protection and communication equipment with protection

Did you know?  The vast majority of preventable occupational hearing loss was observed in workers whose average noise exposure was 85 dBA or less.

Our experts will be there to answer your questions and give you useful tips on safe remote communication.

P.S. WARNING: Please note that exceptionally, this webinar will be presented live only, with no rebroadcasting.


Geneviève Clermont

Trained as an ergonomist, Genevieve has experience in occupational health and safety management. At SPI, she offers training and expertise in the field of ergonomics and other occupational health and safety topics. She is very enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge in this field.

Gwen MacDonald
Hearing and Peltor Communications Specialist 3M

Gwen is a Senior Sales Specialist at the 3M Canada Company, Personal Safety Division. Gwen has been with 3M Canada for 22 years. She has also held roles in technical support and marketing with Peltor over the past 22 years. She was the National Peltor Communications Specialist for Canada for 16 years and the last two years as the Hearing and Communication Specialist for SK, MB, Ontario, and Atlantic Provinces.

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
3:30 p.m. EST
60 minutes