2. Improper industrial ear plug Disposal.
The second violation found in industrial facilities is the improper disposal of foam roll and squeeze earplugs.
You will read in our industrial proposal about employees throwing their industrial Ear Plugs on the ground or dropping them on factory floors has become a rampant problem and a serious hazard for other employees and a large scale environmental hazard.
these hazards include maintenance and machine shutdown time as well as the expense of hiring a crew to clean and sweep the area.
Many industrial facilities have resorted to posting permanent signs facility-wide to keep their floors clean and safe for their everyone.
3. Management of Ear Wax
The third violation found in industrial facilities and the most bothersome is the number of employees with excess earwax and in many cases impacted wax in their ears.
We have found that in these facilities when implementing our hearing conservation programs it is common for nearly one-third of the employees that we make Industrial Ear Plugs for (The amount of earplugs made in a two day period ranges from 20 to many hundred employees) have impacted or excess ear wax.
Taking in general scientific knowledge we understand that wax buildup can lead to hearing damage or in the most extreme cases perforated eardrums.
Employees are required to have devices in their inner ear for extended periods and without adequate programs to teach individuals how to manage excessive ear wax can create lifelong discomfort and further health problems.
Many companies are still irresponsibly exposing their employees to excessive damage and nothing is being done about any of these violations.
What you will find below is our first steps in resolving these issues along with pricing guides and links to empirical studies that support our claims.