Health & Safety :: Safety

Poor acoustic conditions and excessive noise in the workplace contribute to unsafe working environments and needless expenditures in insurance payouts. In fact, 30 million American workers are exposed to potentially dangerous noise levels at work and hearing loss is the most reported work-related injury. Responsible design professionals can help improve safety levels in the workplace by paying attention to the acoustic materials used in the spaces they design. Frequently, an optimal acoustic environment can be achieved without increasing the overall cost of the design.



 
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