September 1999 Hearing Review Special Issue

By David Lipscomb, PhD

How do courts determine what hearing loss came from the work environment and what part came from other factors? A commentary on current methods.

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Maurice H. Miller, PhD, Guest editor, September 1999 Hearing Review

  • Understanding Noise Exposure Measurements. By John J. Earshen, PhD. A practical discussion on noise exposure measurements, the capabilities of contemporary measuring instruments, procedures, ad precautions.
  • Engineering Controls for Noise Abatement. By John Erdreich, PhD. Methods used by occupational hearing conservationists to help businesses quiet their workplace and provide safer working environments for employees.