In 2009, the HSE completed a comprehensive report on the effectiveness of hearing protectors in everyday work situations. The report looked at various industries including printers, a bottling plant, metal fabricated buildings manufacturers, sheet metal workshops and a County Council.
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SOLICITORS have been inundated with calls from former pottery workers who believe noisy machinery made them deaf.
Earlier this month, The Sentinel revealed ex-ceramics workers suffering hearing problems could be in line for compensation if they were exposed to more than 80 decibels of noise – equivalent to the sound of an alarm clock – at work.
We solicitors llp has successfully represented a number of clients who worked at Lister Yarns in Heywood, Lancashire, for industrial deafness (or noise induced hearing loss) claims.