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3M helps you solve your most complex hearing conservation challenges. To help guide you along the path to prevention, 3M provides expertise and tools on selection and proper fit of hearing protectors. Visit the 3M™ Center for Hearing Conservation today to learn about the seven elements of Hearing Conservation!


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Research and educational information on hearing and hearing protection from some of the industry's most respected experts.

  • Customer wearing earfit product and safety glasses

    Hearing Protection Fit Testing: What, Why and How

    When it comes to attenuation, why guess when you can know?

  • Customer using 3M™ E-A-Rfit™ Validation System

    3M™ E-A-Rfit™ validation System Assists to Train and Maintain Proper Use of Hearing Protection Over Time

    This study highlights the benefit of training workers on the correct use of hearing protectors and assists with hearing protector selection

  • Worker wearing hardhat, eye protection and hearing protection for article OSHA letter of interpretation on Hearing Protection Fit Testing

    OSHA Letter of Interpretation on Hearing Protection Fit Testing

    This Regulatory Update explains some important points that employers need to know when they use hearing protection to reduce hazardous noise. Specifically addressed are the OSHA expectations concerning the attenuation and choices of hearing protector devices (HPDs).

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    Seven Elements for a Hearing Conservation Program & You

    Follow these steps to ensure you have an effective hearing conservation program.


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  • Physical Hazard and Exposure Assessment

    • On-Demand Course

    As part of a series of fundamental industrial hygiene modules, in this microlearning, you will have the opportunity to review key concepts such as the basic process of conducting a physical hazard assessment, as well as the basic process of conducting an exposure assessment for a physical hazard.

  • Hazard Controls: Personal Protective Equipment

    • On-Demand Course

    As part of a series of fundamental industrial hygiene modules, upon completion you should be able to better describe PPE as a hazard control, list the different types of potential PPE, and identify regulation, guidelines, and standards that apply to PPE.

  • Introduction to Hearing Conservation

    • On-Demand Course

    This module is designed for safety professionals who are responsible for preventing noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace, and reviews basic components that one may consider as part of a hearing conservation program.


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