The future of work is not in noisy offices, a NY Times survey says. David Sykes wonders if people working from home during lockdown will resist going back to their noisy offices.
Open plan offices sure save companies money—reduced floor space = $$$. But what is the cost of the endless noise disruptions and what can you do about it? David M. Sykes weighs in.
WorkSafe BC, a Canadian provincial organization charged with protecting safety has issued a warning to restaurant servers and bartenders about noise. When will OSHA act?
Indoor cycling classes are bad for your ears. While the general public is at risk, the instructors are at high risk. Where’s OSHA?
Noise damages more than hearing: CDC says occupational noise exposure can raise blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Musician wins landmark case over damaged hearing, when a UK court rules that he is entitled to compensation for his life-changing injury.