Hearing Protection Videos
|VC 0143||Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow: Hearing Conservation Program
15 min. Colour 1986 1/2" VHS
Employees are instructed in the measures that can be taken to conserve their hearing, both on and off the job. The program explains how the ear functions, shows how noise affects the ear, examines the causes of hearing loss, and outlines the ways in which a Hearing Conservation Program can prevent hearing loss caused by excessive noise.
Produced By: Industrial Training Systems Corporation
|VC 0359||Hearing Protection
8 min. Colour 2002 1/2" VHS
When you suffer damage to your hearing, the damage is usually permanent. This video program details ways to protect your employees from the loss of this important sense. Topics covered include: Intensity vs. duration of sound and Testing, monitoring and controls.
Produced by: Coastal
|VC 0193||Hearing Protection: A Sound Practice
16 min. Colour 1989 1/2" VHS
How the ear works, what hazardous noise levels are, and importance of hearing protection are explained in this video.
Produced By: Coastal Communications
|VC 0077||Hearing Safety
16 min. Colour 1985 1/2" VHS
This video discusses the importance of hearing conservation in all noisy environments. It shows how even low noise areas can affect your hearing. Various types of protective devices are discussed.
Produced By: Tel-A-Train
|VC 0236||Nature of Things, The: Hearing Things
50 min. Colour 1985 1/2" VHS
David Suzuki explains how common everyday noise damages our hearing and shows us how the ear functions by illustrating each part. He discusses the importance of devoting our time to the protection of our hearing rather than inventing heroic measures after it has been damaged.
Produced By: CBC Television
|VC 0288||Noise and Hearing Conservation
14 min. Colour 1989 1/2" VHS
Most of the sounds we encounter in a day are of a tolerable level and pose no risks to our hearing, however, in the workplace there are many hazards which can put your hearing at risk. The topics covered in this program include: anatomy of the ear, categories of noise, testing noise levels, daily noise dose, monitoring noise levels, engineering control measures, administrative control measures, protective equipment.
Produced By: Safety Care Inc.
Noise and Hearing Protection
Noise is a common workplace hazard. Learn about how noise can affect you and what you can do to manage noise at the workplace.
Produced By: AB Employment & Immigration, Occupational Health and Safety
Noise Induced Hearing Loss
15 min. 2008 DVD
Our ability to hear is important to us in many ways. By far the most important aspect of our hearing is the ability it gives us to hear other people speak. It enables us to interact with people, to listen, to learn, and to easily communicate. This program covers: Causes of Hearing Loss, Noise Induced Hearing Loss – The basic facts, Noise Induced Hearing Loss – What damage is done to the ear, Basic Facts about Sound and Noise, The Hearing Test & Audiogram, Noise Control Measures, Hearing Protection. Poor hearing can dramatically change your lifestyle. It can lead to misunderstandings and give other people an impression of rudeness or even a lack of intelligence. It can make you more vulnerable to accidents and injuries, limit employment opportunities and lead to social isolation. This program strongly reinforces the fact that once hearing is damaged, it cannot be repaired. However, the program also reinforces that Noise Induced Hearing Loss is preventable.
Produced By: SafetyCare Inc
|VC 0210||Noise Induced Hearing Loss: No Second Chance
17 min. Colour 1992 1/2" VHS
This program is designed to give the viewer an increased awareness of what it is like to experience noise-induced hearing loss. This program features interviews with individuals who suffer from hearing loss and belatedly understand that it could have been prevented by wearing hearing protection. A medical professional discusses the function of the human ear and demonstrates how prolonged exposure to noise can result in a permanent reduction in our ability to hear. The program covers sound level monitoring, engineering controls, audiometric testing, as well as the care and use of hearing protective devices. This video will also assist you in meeting the requirements set forth in OSHA's "Occupational Noise Exposure" and Labour Canada's "Level of Sound" standards.
Produced By: Industrial Training Systems
|VC 0394||PPE: Don't Start Work Without It
13 min. Colour 2003 1/2" VHS
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) protects you from different accidents. Different parts of your body and different types of hazards require different forms of PPE. Common forms of PPE include eye and face protection, hearing protection, head protection, hand protection and foot protection. Always use the right equipment for the right job and use it correctly. Inspect PPE for damage before and after use and clean it when you've finished the job. Replace all equipment that is defective and follow your employer's safety rules at all times.
Produced By: Coastal Training Technologies
|VC 0408||PPE: The Right Choice
16 min. Colour 2001 1/2" VHS
Using PPE is a required part of our job, but ultimately you must choose whether to use it or not. No one can make that choice for you. Make the right choice and odds are you wont experience a work-related injury; make the wrong choice and sooner or later youll pay the price! This video features actual industrial workers who recall how the choices they made about PPE had an impact on their lives. The point of these testimonials is to show viewers that they must wear the protective equipment that is required in their work areas or risk suffering tragic injuries. Topics of the program include hard hats, eye protection, earplugs and earmuffs, hand protection and safety footwear.
Produced By: ERI
|VC 0110||Protecting Your Hearing in a Noisy World
13 min. Colour 1984 1/2" VHS
This video discusses the impact of noise on hearing. Several methods of hearing protection are described and illustrated.
Produced By: Kohler Company