Noise control: how to plan for OSHA's new interpretation.

  title={Noise control: how to plan for OSHA's new interpretation.},
  author={Mike Taubitz},
  journal={Occupational health & safety},
  volume={80 1},
  pages={32, 34-5}
Industry has had nearly three decades of relative peace and quiet with its noise control programs. Since 1983, OSHA has typically not cited employers who deployed personal protective equipment and a hearing conservation program to address noise, rather than using engineering and administrative controls. The exceptions were for noise so loud that it borders… CONTINUE READING