Workplace noise can be at best a distraction and at worst pose serious health risks for employees. Noise induced hearing loss is still one of the most common occupational hazards of all as it develops painlessly, is progressive and generally goes unnoticed which is why the PPE regulation (EU) 2016/425 includes noise among the irreversible health hazards. Our workplace hearing protection products include innovatively shaped and extremely comfortable disposable ear plugs, with patented x-grip for easy and safe removal and reusable ear plugs conveniently attached to a handy cord, easily cleanable and hygienically stored in individual carrying cases.
Download our guide to the changes
Read our in-depth guide to the reclassification of hearing protection under PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425 and find out what the changes mean and how to ensure you meet regulations.
Download our hearing protection guide
The appropriate form of hearing protection varies according to the wearer's ear and the area of application. This guide contains information regarding noise levels and hearing protection.
Blog: How is the ear structured?
To better understand how harmful noise can be in both the short and long term, we must understand how the human ear is structured and how our sense of hearing functions.