Noise exposure, characterization, and comparison of three football stadiums
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the occupational safety and health community named hearing loss as one of the 21 priority areas for research in the next century and maintains that work-related hearing loss continues to be a critical workplace safety and health issue. An overlooked group of employees are those that work in stadiums and arenas. Not only are the workers potentially exposed to high levels of hazardous noise, but the spectators attending these events may also be exposed. Five personal noise-exposure samples were collected from workers at Hughes Stadium ...
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