Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There is no evidence that young people face a greater risk of damaged hearing from exposure to noise than other employees.
We must implement alternative working methods that minimise exposure to noise.
Daily exposure to noise at such levels for as little as 30 minutes can lead to hearing loss.
The most common causes of hearing loss are age and exposure to noise over a long period of time.
What we need are effective European measures that would make it possible to decrease exposure to noise for people living near airports, particularly at night.
By inference, low volumes imply lower duration of exposure to noise.
This directive is one more measure in a series of measures intended to control exposure to noise around airports.
Chronic exposure to noise may cause noise-induced hearing loss.
Korolev was also growing deaf, perhaps due to much exposure to noise from rocket engine tests.
For instance, hearing loss could be attributed to a variety of factors including age, rather than solely due to excessive exposure to noise.
Too many workers within the European Union continue to be at risk of hearing loss due to exposure to noise at work.
Exposure to noise: A noisy environment may affect the hearing of people and cause people to become deaf.
It could be that lifetime exposure to noise and other damaging factors slowly wear down the ears' delicate mechanics.
It acted after European Union rules were brought in to limit exposure to noise in the workplace.
The participants discussed their lifetime exposure to noise exceeding 80 decibels, about the noise level of city traffic.
Speaking on the dangers of exposure to noise he said "Noise-induced hearing loss is a degenerative condition and the ear cannot repair itself.
Prolonged exposure to noise at these levels can permanently damage the bones of the middle ear and the nerves of the inner ear.
Exposure to noise greater than 95dB in individuals with heavy workloads was shown to cause severe TTS.
U.S. Government OSHA guidelines suggest that the recommended exposure to noise at 115 decibels or above is 15 minutes or less per day.
A few studies over the years have tried to examine the question more closely by looking for a link between long-term exposure to noise and a higher risk of developing heart problems.
A typical day at the moment, explained, begins with audio tests on early shift workers whose job involves exposure to noise and lung function tests for those working with grain.
This report won my vote because it lays down a balanced set of rules aimed at protecting workers against the risks of exposure to noise, and sets out exposure limits.
THE BOTTOM LINE - Chronic exposure to noise is associated with a higher risk of heart disease.
Some species of snakes, for example, may like to bask in full view of visitors, but get stressed by repeated exposure to noise, like that from a gallery of schoolchildren.
This text is a continuation of three previous directives that also aimed to protect workers from the dangers of various 'physical agents' such as exposure to noise, vibrations and electromagnetic fields.