Washington — NIOSH, together with the Nationwide Listening to Conservation Affiliation and the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Listening to Conservation, has prolonged to Aug. 15 the nomination deadline for the 2023 Safe-in-Sound Excellence in Hearing Loss Prevention Award.
The award acknowledges organizations and professionals who implement efficient practices or improvements that contribute to the prevention of noise-induced listening to loss and tinnitus on the job.
To submit a nomination, electronic mail a letter describing the initiatives and successes of a listening to loss prevention program to firstname.lastname@example.org. Self-nominations are accepted. Nominees will likely be notified and requested to finish a web based software. The winner will likely be acknowledged at NHCA’s subsequent annual convention, set for Feb. September 11 in Jacksonville, FL.
“Noise has been acknowledged as an occupational hazard since earlier than industrialization, and it’s nonetheless a standard publicity throughout completely different work settings and industries,” NIOSH Director John Howard stated on the Protected-in-Sound webpage. “We’re optimistic that the work achieved by award recipients will assist the development of the person employee, their households and our nation’s economic system.”