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Hearing and noise in industry [by] W. Burns, D.W. Robinson

Burns, William

Hearing and noise in industry [by] W. Burns, D.W. Robinson

with 16 appendices by the authors and their collaborators.

by Burns, William

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Audiology,
  • Industrial hygiene,
  • Noise -- Physiological effect

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRobinson, Douglas William,, Great Britain. Dept. of Health and Social Security
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC963.3 B86
    The Physical Object
    Pagination241p.
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19102083M

    1. Ann Occup Hyg. ;29(4) The audiogram in hearing loss due to noise: a probability test to uncover other causation. Robinson by: viii Hearing and noise in industry, W Burns and D W Robinson , HMSO ix HSE Guidance Note L – on the Control of Noise at Work Regulations JC.1 () Page 5 of 5.

    Book Reviews PDF Only. Threshold Limit Values of Airborne Contaminants Noise and Hearing: PDF Only. Annoyance Reactions to Traffic Noise in Italy and Sweden. Favorites; PDF. Get Content & Permissions Buy. The Concept of Noise Pollution Level. Robinson, D W. Journal of Occupational Medicine. 13(12), December This Library Database provides access to Project Reports, Peer-Reviewed Publications, Factsheets, Videos and other outputs from JIP-funded, or co-funded, research.

    KEYWORDS: Noise, Hearing, Commercial Motor Bikers. INTRODUCTION. Occupational noise remains a serious urban disease 1. Evidence has accumulated that noise is a risk factor in sleep disturbance, cardiovascular dysfunction, speech interference and mental health distortion, including hearing impairment and balance disorder 2,3. Wartzok, D., W.A. Watkins, B. Würsig, and C.I. Malme. Movements and behaviors of bowhead whales in response to repeated exposures to noises associated with industrial activities in the Beaufort Sea. Report from Purdue University for Amoco Production Company, Anchorage, AK, pp.


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Atherley. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burns, William, Hearing and noise in industry. London, H.M.S.O., (OCoLC) Online version.English, Book, Illustrated edition: Hearing and noise in industry / [by] W.

Burns, D. Robinson ; with 16 appendices by the authors and their collaborators. Burns, William, Get this edition. Hearing and Noise in Industry by Burns, W., and Robinson, D. HMSO, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

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Robinson + Follow Similar authors to follow + + + See more recommendations Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. OK Hearing and Author: William Burns. Noise in industry is an increasing hazard to health and because its effects are insidious in development, particularly the effects on acuity of hearing, much less attention has been given to the control of this hazard than to other harmful agents in the working environment.

Although damage to hearing from noise may be insidious, nevertheless the impact of deafness on the mental health of an Cited by: This book was reviewed in Abstr. Hyg.,v. 45, abstr.

Industry is concerned with the onset of this sort of deafness which through time and age can become permanent and a measurement of the hearing faculty in recruits for various industrial situations is becoming common. Handbook of Noise Control, McGraw Hill Book Co.

() BURNS, w., Noise and Man, John Murray () BURNS, w. and ROBINSON, D. Hearing and noise in industry Item Preview remove-circle Author(s): Robinson,D.W. Commissionedsigned May Report, appendices Ford List, 1 GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP download. download 1 file. ITEM TILE download.

download 1 file. TRENDS IN THE UNDERSTANDING AND CONTROL OF NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS W. Burns This review covers the period since the British Society of Audiology Conference in and presents a summary of some aspects of the progress in controlling the hazard of occupa tional hearing loss chiefly from a British view-point, to autumn Author: W.

Burns. Request PDF | Fundamentals of Acoustics and Frequency Analysis | This chapter describes the concepts in acoustics that are necessary to properly understand wind turbine noise generation. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

Author(s): Burns,W(William); Robinson,D W; Great Britain. Department of Health and Social Security. Title(s): Hearing and noise in industry [by] W. Burns [and] D. Hearing and Noise in Industry. By W. Burns and on.(Pp;illustrated; 35s.)London: H.M.S.O.

This bookgives the results ofwhatis probably themost definitive studysofar ofnoise-induced hearingloss from exposure to steady noise. The survey was sponsored in for the investigation of occupational hearing lossAuthor: C. Hunter. The Proposed ISO Standard Determination of Occupational Noise Exposure and Estimation of Noise-Induced Hearing Impairment W.

Burns and D. Robinson, Hearing and noise in industry, (HM Stationery Office, London) (). von Gierke H.E. () The Proposed ISO Standard Determination of Occupational Noise Exposure and Estimation of Noise Author: H.

von Gierke. Work by Burns and Robinson [vi] and the International Organisation for Standardisation [vii] provided quantitative information on the relationship between noise and hearing loss, which increased the likelihood of prescribing NIHL based on noise exposure level.

However, when the Council reviewed the issue init found that the dose-response. Burns W and Robinson D.W, Hearing and Noise in Industry: London; HMSO. Noise-Induced Hearing Impairment As An Occupational Risk Factor Among Nigerian Traders. Robinson, D. “Relations between hearing loss and noise exposure,” in Hearing and Noise in Industry, edited by W.

Burns and D. Robinson (Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, London), pp. – Google Scholar; Robinson, D. W., and Sutton, G. “A Comparative Analysis of Data on the Relation of Pure-tone Cited by: William Burns is best remembered for the studies that he undertook with the late D W Robinson on the effect of industrial noise on the hearing of workers.

An investigation had been commissioned in by the former Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance as a necessary preliminary to the prescription of noise damage to hearing as an. The increasing attention being paid to environmental conditions in industry means that the machine tool builder will have to give even greater heed to the control of noise.

Research into noise control has now developed to a point where levels of acceptable exposure can be defined accurately and so engineering capability in noise control must be Author: J. Davis, R. Granger. Variability in background risk and distribution of various risk factors for hearing loss may explain some of the diversity in excess risk of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL).

This paper examines the impact of various risk factors on excess risk estimates of NIHL using data from the – NIOSH Occupational Noise and Hearing Survey (ONHS). Previous analyses of a subset of these data Cited by: Burns, W., & Robinson, D. W. Hearing and noise in industry. London: Her Majesty's Sta- tionery Office, L.

E. Noise-induced hearing loss as influenced by other agents and some physical characteristics of the individual. will receive an email with a link to 'Hearing Impairment among Orchestral Musicians' and will not need an account.Tables are given ofthe essential parameters required to predict hearing loss due to long-term exposure to noise, i n terms of the statistical distribution of hearing levels in non-pathological populations.A brief description of the formulation of the tables is made and examples are given to show their use.