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Noise levels (work areas)

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High noise levels in work areas can contribute to occupational stress and have important effects on the productivity and health of employees. Working conditions in which there is too much noise requires a program of Workplace health surveillance to monitor workers health and use of approriate equipment to protect themselves.

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