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  • Impacts of anthropogenic noise on marine life:

    01/10/2015· The contribution of vessel passages to noise exposure was found to heighten median noise levels by 10–15 dB, and 91% of ship passages were attributable to AIS-tracked vessels. AIS-tracked vessels contributed effectively all of the noise exposure in the frequency range 0.02–1 kHz, a result which suggests that AIS-based noise mapping could be predictive of noise exposure in this

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  • Industrial noise pollution and its effects on the hearing

    The results showed that noise levels in corn mills and saw mills exceed 85dBA. The average noise level measured in the printing industry was 85dBA. It was also found that 23 %, 20 % and 7.9 % of workers in corn mills, saw mills and the printing industry have evidence of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). A highly significant correlation was found between noise exposure level, duration of

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  • Experimental Study on the Noise Characteristics Regarding

    06/05/2016· High-intensity noise not only hurts body and mental health of workers, but also covers sound signs of accidence. To increase the sound absorption and noise reduction performance of axial auxiliary fan noise silencers, the noise strength and frequency distribution of the ambient medium casing of an FBYNo3.0/2.2 (II) axial auxiliary fan were investigated. The noise characteristics at the inlets

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  • Noise exposure in oil mills TSpace Repository

    DC Field Value Language; dc.contributor.author: Prasanna, Kumar G.V. en_US: dc.contributor.author: Dewangan, K.N. en_US: dc.contributor.author: Sarkar, Amaresh: en_US

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  • A longitudinal study of noise exposure and its effects

    Olive oil mills play an important role in Spanish industry since they account for 45% of the world's olive oil production. Although noise is a serious occupational hazard in this industrial sector, scientific literature does not seem to contain any research study on the subject. The aim of this paper is to analyse noise exposure levels and their effects on the hearing of olive oil mill workers

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  • [PDF] Noise in Olive Mills, the Case of Jordan: Actual

    This study is concerned mainly with high noise produced by automated olive mills and its negative impact on human health. This study looks at what caused this problem such as the application of building codes concerning user exposure to noise and protective measures for workers. Long working period exposure to high noise, particularly mill workers, causes health and ear illness.

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  • Noise exposure in oil mills CORE

    The noise in the oil mills was dominated by low frequency noise. The predominant noise sources in the oil mills were seed cleaner and power transmission system to oil expellers. Poor maintenance of machines and use of bamboo stick to prevent the fall of belt from misaligned pulleys were the main reason of high noise. Noise emitted by the electric motor, table ghani and oil expellers in all the oil mills

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  • Analysis of Possible Noise Reduction Arrangements inside

    Keywords: olive oil mills; noise pollution; noise reduction; workers' health and safety 1. Introduction The remarkable development in agricultural mechanization in recent years has assured a significant increase in productivity. However, it has led to the requirement for higher attention to detail in all the areas concerning occupational health and safety [1–3], as well as in the exposure

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  • Occupational health hazards in textiles industry

    exposure, exposure of cotton dust, organic dust and noise exposure. KEY WORDS :Occupational health,Textile industry workers health HOW TO CITETHIS PAPER:Babel, Sudha and Tiwari, Meenaxi (2 014). Occupational health hazards in textiles industry.Asian J. Home Sci., 9 (1) : 267-271. H ealth has been defined as a state of complete

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  • Noise in Olive Mills, the Case of Jordan: Actual

    03/03/2015· This study is concerned mainly with high noise produced by automated olive mills and its negative impact on human health. This study looks at what caused this problem such as the application of building codes concerning user exposure to noise and protective measures for workers. Long working period exposure to high noise, particularly mill workers, causes health and ear illness.

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  • [PDF] Personal noise exposure in platinum concentrator

    .. 2 declaration .. 4 acknowledgement .. 5 abbreviations .. 6 definition of terms .. 7 list of figures .. 8 list of tables .. 9 table of contents

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  • Occupation Noise Exposure and Hearing Impairment

    Noise pollution annoys, causes hearing loss, and disturbs mental capacity and performance. Noise pollution is becoming increasingly more severe in cities and occupational setting, escalating at such a high rate that it is now considered as a major threat to the quality of human lives. This study aims to evaluate the level of occupational noise exposure, the effect of noise Grain Millers and

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  • A longitudinal study of noise exposure and its effects

    In occupational health and safety, noise is one of the biggest worldwide risk factors and it is a particularly big problem in industry. Olive oil mills play an important role in Spanish industry since they account for 45% of the world's olive oil production. Although noise is a serious occupational hazard in this industrial sector, scientific literature does not seem to contain any research study on the subject. The aim of this paper is to analyse noise exposure

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  • 5 NOISE SOURCES WHO

    crushing mills, among many others. In many countries, noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most prevalent occupational diseases. According to a Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/USA report in 1981, there are more than nine million Americans exposed to a daily average occupational noise level above 85 dB(A); this number has increased to about 30 million in 1990. Most of these workers

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  • Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills Hazards and Solutions

    Health Hazard Evaluations: Noise and Hearing Loss 1986-1997. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Publication No. 99-106, (1999). Investigates the effectiveness of a rotary knife blade enclosure in reducing worker exposure to noise at a paper mill facility [see

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  • Horrible Health and Safety Histories: Cotton Mills

    15/05/2018· Nevertheless, a study in 1948 by the Department of Health at Manchester University found that a substantial number of Lancashire workers involved in the blowing and carding rooms in cotton mills still suffered from the disease. Out of 103 men with at least 10 years of exposure to cotton dust, they found that 52% had symptoms of early byssinosis

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  • Noise exposure in oil mills. Abstract Europe PMC

    01/04/2008· The workers were exposed to noise of continuous type in the oil mills. The overall noise level in the oil mills ranged between 78 and 92 dBA. As an example, the variation in daily noise exposure of the worker in the oil expelling room of oil mill 2 working near seed feeding area of 9 th table ghani is presented in Figure 5. Noise exposure at this location is presented because this falls under the zone of excessive noise exposure.

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  • Guide to Industrial Hygiene 1Source Safety & Health

    Heat exposure: Radiant heat exposure represents a hazard in environments like steel mills and other factories. Here, employees must often work near equipment and substances that give off extreme heat. Reflective shields and protective clothing and goggles can help control this hazard.

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  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

    Noise is the main hazard in textile industry. The noise pollution ( Regulation and control ) rule 2000 in industrial area was 75db at Day Time [6 AM to 10 AM] and Night time [10 PM to 6 AM].The fire accidents occurs in textile mills are often. The Hazards in the spinning mills are

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  • Noise Risk Assessment in a Modern Olive Oil Mill DOAJ

    High levels of noise usually occur in olive oil mills because of the machines used to extract olive oil with a continuous plant. In Italy Law Decree 81/2008...

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  • EVALUATION AND RISK MANAGEMENT OF NOISE EXPOSURE

    The common hazards in palm oil mill are high level of noise exposure, slippery, fire or explosion and excessive heat. Table 2.1 shows the possible hazard at different workstation in the mill based on previous studies (Nurlzzate et al., 2015; Hadi et al, 2014; Kumar et al., 2008).

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  • Noise Risk Assessment in a Modern Olive Oil Mill

    High levels of noise usually occur in olive oil mills because of the machines used to extract olive oil with a continuous plant. In Italy Law Decree 81/2008 defined the requirements for assessing and managing noise risk, identifying a number of procedures to be adopted at different noise levels to limit workers exposure. This study aims at evaluating the equivalent and peak noise levels inside

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  • Industrial noise pollution and its effects on the hearing

    The results showed that noise levels in corn mills and saw mills exceed 85dBA. The average noise level measured in the printing industry was 85dBA. It was also found that 23 %, 20 % and 7.9 % of workers in corn mills, saw mills and the printing industry have evidence of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). A highly significant correlation was found between noise exposure level, duration of

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  • Noise (Sound) Pollution Sources, Types, Effects

    28/10/2020· Exposure to noise for more than 8 hours to constant noise beyond 85 dB may be hazardous. That means, if you are at a place for 8 hours daily in close proximity to a busy road or highway, you are very likely exposed to traffic noise pollution around 85dB.Noise pollution is said to take place when there is either excessive amount of noise or an unpleasant sound that causes

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  • Noise Risk Assessment in a Modern Olive Oil Mill DOAJ

    High levels of noise usually occur in olive oil mills because of the machines used to extract olive oil with a continuous plant. In Italy Law Decree 81/2008...

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  • OOccupational noise-induced hearing loss ccupational noise

    hazardous levels of noise are textile, printing, saw mills, mining, etc. Hearing protectors should be used when engineering controls and work practices are not feasible for reducing noise exposure to safe levels. Earmuffs, ear plugs and ear canal caps are the main types of hearing protectors. In India, NIHL has been a compensable disease since 1948. It is only in 1996 that the Þ rst case got

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  • Noise exposure in oil mills Prasanna Kumar G V, Dewangan

    The workers were exposed to noise of continuous type in the oil mills. The overall noise level in the oil mills ranged between 78 and 92 dBA. As an example, the variation in daily noise exposure of the worker in the oil expelling room of oil mill 2 working near seed feeding area of 9 th table ghani is presented in . Noise exposure at this location is presented because this falls under the zone of excessive noise exposure.

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  • Noise in Olive Mills, the Case of Jordan: Actual

    Noise levels were measured in several olive oil mills in Jordan, the recorded noise levels and exposure duration exceeded maximum amounts as allowed by Jordanian code. International standards limit maximum exposure duration to 85dB(A) for 8 hours a day five working days a week. Workers in the study mills are found to be exposed to noise level of (85-95) dB(A) for a duration reaching up to

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  • HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK

    20/12/2012· PALM OIL PLANTATION In Collaboration with Sime Darby and Ladang Salak, Negeri Sembilan 11 (1st Floor), Jalan SS26/8, Taman Mayang Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Outreach Poster under Occupational of Safety and Health Master Plan (OSH-MP15), Strategy 3, Program 2, Department of Occupational Safety and Health Malaysia (Ministry of Human Resources) 1 Slip and

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  • Occupational Noise Exposure Overview Occupational

    Health Effects. Exposure to loud noise kills the nerve endings in our inner ear. More exposure will result in more dead nerve endings. The result is permanent hearing loss that cannot be corrected through surgery or with medicine. Noise-induced hearing loss limits your ability to hear high frequency sounds and understand speech, which seriously impairs your ability to communicate.

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  • 5 NOISE SOURCES WHO

    crushing mills, among many others. In many countries, noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most prevalent occupational diseases. According to a Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/USA report in 1981, there are more than nine million Americans exposed to a daily average occupational noise level above 85 dB(A); this number has increased to about 30 million in 1990. Most of these workers

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  • Environmental Noise Modelling, Control & Mitigation dB

    Noise exposure survey for industrial plants, factories, offshore facilities, quarries, palm oil mills, etc. in conformance to OSHA/ISO/DOSH Industrial Noise Exposure & Health Regulations. Other noise investigations include severity assessments and quantification for noise control analysis. Environmental noise prediction for industrial plants and development, and highway schemes. Detailed noise

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  • PRIME PubMed Evaluation of occupational noise

    Likewise, occupational noise exposure was measured based on sound pressure level (SPL) and dosimetry in the work and rest conditions of workers. RESULTS. The results showed poor general health status of workers, exceeded the daily working hours and also the standard range of sound. A significant correlation was found between general health and its dimensions with indicators of workplace sound

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  • Occupational health hazards in textiles industry

    exposure, exposure of cotton dust, organic dust and noise exposure. KEY WORDS :Occupational health,Textile industry workers health HOW TO CITETHIS PAPER:Babel, Sudha and Tiwari, Meenaxi (2 014). Occupational health hazards in textiles industry.Asian J. Home Sci., 9 (1) : 267-271. H ealth has been defined as a state of complete

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  • NNoise exposure in oil mills o i s e e x p o s u r e i n o

    more than 85 dBA. The noise in the oil mills was dominated by low frequency noise. The predominant noise sources in the oil mills were seed cleaner and power transmission system to oil expellers. Poor maintenance of machines and use of bamboo stick to prevent the fall of belt from misaligned pulleys were the main reason of high noise. Noise

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  • Environmental Noise Modelling, Control & Mitigation dB

    Noise exposure survey for industrial plants, factories, offshore facilities, quarries, palm oil mills, etc. in conformance to OSHA/ISO/DOSH Industrial Noise Exposure & Health Regulations. Other noise investigations include severity assessments and quantification for noise control analysis. Environmental noise prediction for industrial plants and development, and highway schemes. Detailed noise

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  • Noise exposure in oil mills CORE

    To measure the extent of noise exposure of oil mill workers. To examine the response of workers towards noise, so that appropriate measures can be undertaken to minimize the noise exposure. Settings and Design: A noise survey was conducted in the three renowned oil mills of north-eastern region of India. Materials and Methods: Information like output capacity, size of power source,

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