Each year,  22 million workers are exposed to hazardous noise, according to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), making hearing loss the third most common chronic physical condition among adults. To stem the epidemic of workplace hearing loss, the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA)  announced it is launching its "Listen Today to Hear Tomorrow" campaign.

22 million workers exposed to hazardous noise each year, making hearing loss 3rd most common chronic physical condition among adults

National Safety Apparel of Cleveland said it has expanded its clothing manufacturing 
capabilities with the acquisition of Chicago-based Rubin Brothers and that company's  Union Line brand.


Some ototoxic chemicals may exacerbate noise-induced hearing loss even though the noise 
level is below OSHA's PEL, the document warns.


Tea garden workers in Sylhet are exposed to serious health hazards as they are not given protective clothing while spraying pesticides on the fields.


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