Many people living in urban areas might find themselves experiencing noise pollution on a regular basis due to transportation and activities that take place around their homes, work, and school. In order to reduce the amount of noise you're exposed to, it's important to be aware of what noises are present and how they affect you. This article gives helpful tips on how to recognize these sounds so that you can take steps toward reducing your exposure.

Introduction to Noise Awareness

noise awareness course Can Be Done to Recognise and Reduce Exposure to Noise at Work

The noise awareness training course, which is being offered by the Occupational Health and Safety Foundation of Nova Scotia (OHSFNS), looks at what can be done to recognize and reduce exposure to noise at work. According to the OHSFNS website, noise exposure can have negative health effects, including hearing loss and stress. The training course will help participants learn how to identify sources of noise, how to reduce exposure to noise, and how to take action if they are exposed to excessive noise.

Types of Noise

Noise is a term used to describe all forms of unwanted sound. It can come from many different sources and can cause a wide range of health problems.

There are three main types of noise: environmental, occupational, and noise-induced hearing loss. Environmental noise comes from things like the wind, traffic, and waves. Occupational noise comes from activities like working with tools or machines or talking on the phone. Noise-induced hearing loss happens when exposure to noise over time causes damage to your ear drums.