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How Loud is Too Loud? Free Noise Posters

Download and share these free loud noise posters and remember to protect your hearing.

Did you Know?  Loud Music can Damage your Hearing.

Loud music can damage your hearing faster than you might think.  At an average of 100 decibels (a personal music player at top volume), hearing damage can occur in as little as 15 minutes. Live concerts are even louder.  The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – Newfoundland and Labrador suggests these first steps to prevent hearing loss from loud music.

  • Limit daily use of personal audio devices
  • Turn Down The Volume! (50% or less)
  • Use noise-cancelling or volume-safe headphones
  • Wear hearing protection (earplugs) at concerts or other live music venues
  • Use musicians earplugs

 

 

Free Noise Poster created by the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association - Newfoundland and Labrador.  Photo of a young man listening to loud music.  Text reminds the public that loud music damages your hearing AND TO PRACTICE SAFE LISTENING

 

Download our FREE Loud Music Awareness Poster

(best printed at 17″ x 11″)

Everyday Noise Can Cause Hearing Loss

Exposure to loud noise “ages” your hearing, leading to earlier challenges with your hearing, such as:

  • Problems hearing and following conversation
  • Problems hearing on the telephone
  • Problems hearing at social gatherings and in noise
  • Tinnitus (ringing or buzzing in the ear)

Imagine being unable to hear your favourite music and conversation. Protect Your Hearing.

Image of a free noise awareness poster created by the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association - Newfoundland and Labrador reminding the public to protect their hearing. Image of a lawnmower and the message noise: it all adds up. Wear Hearing Protection.

Download our FREE Hearing Protection Noise Awareness Poster

(best printed at 17″ x 11″)

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