Detection. Protection. Validation.
3M is the global authority in helping you solve your most complex hearing conservation challenges: from detection to protection to validation.
Detecting noise levels in the workplace is the first step to ensure your workforce is protected. Complying with regulations, selecting appropriate protection and analyzing noise control options are all easier with 3M solutions for exposure assessment, noise analysis and employee engagement. 3M's accurate, reliable, and flexible instrumentation coupled with powerful software is the innovative solution for your noise detection challenge.
Once you have detected your noise level for hearing conservation, it is critical to select a hearing protector that your employees are motivated to wear. 3M has the broadest selection of hearing protectors for a wide range of environments. Trouble fitting your plugs? Need to communicate in noise? Dirty hands? Hot, humid conditions? These are just a few of the many challenges that 3M's innovative products can solve for you. 3M global experts are available for consultation on your specific hearing protection challenge.
You have offered hearing protection to your workers. Now, how do you gain confidence they are protected? 3M™ E-A-Rfit™ Dual-Ear Validation System utilizes F-Mire technology to measure the level of employee hearing protection in just 10 seconds. Workers receive their own personal attenuation rating (PAR) and learn how correctly inserting the right earplug increases their level of protection.
As one of the world's leading developers, manufacturers, and marketers of hearing protection and communications products, 3M provides leading-edge support to our customers and to the public at large, in the areas of noise and hearing conservation (often called hearing loss prevention) and hearing protection.
Free on-site hearing conservation training for your employees!
Free hearing conservation training for your employees!
There's no better way to educate yourself and your staff about the current regulations, equipment choices, employee training programs and legal issues related to noise hazards and hearing conservation. Conducted by two of the industry's most respected hearing experts, these day-long seminars discuss, in detail, how to asses noise problems and properly protect your employees.
From time to time 3M will present on-line seminars. Below are links to assist in your training efforts. They can be accessed and taken at a time that is convenient for you.