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Noise induced hearing loss
is 100% preventable
protect your hearing.
At work and at home –
protect yourself.

Life can be loud

An estimated 275 million people suffer from hearing loss globally, making it the number one sensory disability in the world. One of the most common causes of hearing loss is exposure to excessive noise, or sounds louder than 85 decibels. The good news? Noise induced hearing loss is 100% preventable – learn more and pledge to protect your hearing today!

Take the Hearing Pledge

Take the Hearing Pledge

Life Can Be Loud – both at work and at home – and even one exposure to loud noise can permanently damage your hearing. Take the Hearing Pledge and commit to wearing proper hearing protection.

Test Your Hearing Loss IQ

Test Your Hearing Loss IQ

Did you know that hearing loss is the number one sensory disability in the world? Or that most insurance companies don’t cover the cost of hearing loss? Take the quiz and test your hearing loss knowledge.

Watch the Life Can Be Loud Video

Watch the Life Can Be Loud Video

Exposure to noises over 85 decibels can occur anywhere and can permanently damage hearing. Watch our new video to learn more about the everyday noises that may be impacting your hearing.


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