Level-up your hearing protection program with Honeywell
Workplaces often enclose many sources of noise. Left unchecked, these sources can cause serious harm and could easily exceed legal limits.
The risk of noise-induced hearing loss is often ignored until too late since hearing loss occurs gradually and causes no pain. Once impaired, hearing cannot be restored, and a damaged audition could have a severe impact on your health, job performance, and productivity.
Fortunately, several measures remain to control noise exposure. By participating in this FREE webinar, you’ll learn more about:
- Hearing Protection Prevention Program (HPPP)
- Standards and regulations
- Honeywell’s technology and the future of hearing conservation
Register for this webinar presented by SPI Health and Safety and Honeywell to brush up on hearing protection prevention programs and the best way to protect your workers from exposure to excessive noise.
This is the perfect opportunity to ask YOUR questions to our experts in the field!
P.S. You are not available? Register anyway! You will receive a replay link after the webinar to listen to the recording at your convenience!
Did you know?
Important changes to noise exposure standards in Quebec workplaces will come into effect on June 16, 2023.
Adopted in June 2021, these changes will have an impact on the Regulation respecting occupational health and safety (RSST) as well as the Safety Code for the Construction Industry (CSTC).
Our occupational health expert explains how these changes will affect your work.
Francis L'Abbé has more than 3 years experience as a training/consultant. Having a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from the University of Montreal, Francis has a different outlook when it comes to occupational health and safety. The training he provides are highly relevant to the reality of organizations while being more dynamic and interactive.
Product Marketing Manager - Hearing
Marc brings a successful background in software and consumer packaged goods to Honeywell’s Howard Leight Hearing business, which is helping to shape the future of hearing loss prevention with new technological advances.