In 2008, approximately 2 million U.S. workers were exposed to noise levels at work that put them at risk of hearing loss.* NIOSH recommends that all worker exposures to noise should be controlled below a level equivalent to 85 dBA for eight hours to minimize the risk of occupational noise induced hearing loss.
Are your employees at risk from high noise levels? In the second webinar of our three-part series on noise, our specialists will discuss the ins and outs of noise monitoring. Topics include:
Register Now: March 20, 2015 at 11:00 AM EDT
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Vehicle accidents can set off a cascade of questions and activities. Is your driver OK? Is anyone else hurt? Where do I have my vehicle repaired? How do I get it there? After all the activity involved with the accident and working with Travelers to help manage any resulting claims, it can be easy to lose sight of what to do next.
Your accident response process shouldn’t stop once you have completed these first steps.To help prevent future accidents, it’s important to understand why they occurred. It’s also important to manage your drivers effectively.
This 30-minute Driver Management Quick Tips Webinar will explore important post-accident procedures that can help you manage your drivers after an accident and reduce the risk of future accidents. Topics include: