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We are proud to introduce our line of protective headphones and earplugs designed to safeguard students, staff, and faculty against potentially damaging loud noises such as those in industrial arts areas. Some campuses have ongoing construction that makes noise reduction headphones a practical safety item for physical plant staff.
There are also noise-activated hearing protectors that allow normal sounds to pass through the ear and only "turn-on" when the noise reaches hazardous levels. There are even protectors that professional concert musicians use that can lower the sound level while retaining sound fidelity.
In other instances, people may be using hearing protectors to keep out too much sound. You may need a protector that reduces the sound enough to be safe without reducing the sound too much to hear speech at a comfortably loud level. For those people who work in noise and must communicate, it may also be necessary to use communication headsets. Allow your employees to try different protectors. Some will work better than others at helping them to hear speech, and different protectors may work better for different people.