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Industrial Deafness can lead to life-changing temporary or permanent ear damage for those working in particularly noisy environments.
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Employers and employees must be aware of the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, and take action in protecting themselves and others in the workplace.
Noise Induced Hearing Loss affects many, particularly those in certain workplaces; if you have NIHL due to a negligent employer, you may be able to make a claim
Many are unaware that hearing loss could have been caused by an employer who failed to protect your hearing, in which case, you could claim for compensation.
Millions are currently at risk or affected by industrial hearing loss, caused by consistent or a one-off loud noise exposure at work.
Those who work or have worked in environments that exposed them to noise on a continuous basis over an extended period of time, may be affected by or at risk.
Acoustic Shock syndrome can affect call centre agents through their headsets or any one who uses the telephone in their day to day roles.
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