Draft Canadian guidelines for machinery noise emission labelling
Keywords:Human engineering, Machinery, Noise abatement, Specifications, Standards, Noise emission labelling
AbstractReduction in the risk of occupational noise-induced hearing loss are facilitated through machinery noise emission labelling. International trade considerations and the availability of a suitable system of International Standards have increased the feasibility of implementing machinery noise emission labelling for workplace noise reduction in Canada.
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