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Ear Protection Signs

Hearing loss is a very real repercussion of working around loud sounds for long periods of time, which is often irreversible. Employers have a duty of care to educate, inform, and protect their staff against hearing loss. Let us help protect your hearing, and that of those around you, with our hearing protection signs.

Ear protection safety signs are a visual reminder of the need to use hearing personal protective equipment (PPE) in the workplace. These are necessary to protect against a range of potential hazards, including:

  • Excessive noise
  • Intrusion of water
  • Excessive wind
  • Dust particles
  • Foreign bodies

Don’t forget the rest of the body! We also supply body protection signs, respiratory protection signs, head protection signs, foot protection signs, eye protection signs, and hand protection signs.

Where Are Hearing Protection Signs Used?

Construction ear protection signs are commonly used in industries such as manufacturing, construction, mining, and aviation. 

However, ear defender signs also come in handy for recreational pursuits such as water sports, motorsports, and at music concerts.

This is especially so for young or damaged ears which may be more susceptible to loud or harsh sounds.

What Are Ear Protection Signs Made of?

At Label Source, we have a vast range of different safety ear protection products for you to choose from. Many of which are made from different materials to suit their use cases and surroundings. This includes, but is not limited to:

•    Self-adhesive vinyl labels and stickers
•    Rigid plastic signs
•    Text floor graphic markers
•    Polythene printed barrier tape
•    Encapsulated paper

We also stock photoluminescent safety signs for use in dark spaces or in case of emergency. 


Are Label Source Ear Protection Products up to Code?

The ear protection products are outlined in the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992. Hearing protection equipment can include:

•    Ear defenders
•    Earplugs
•    Earmuffs
•    Headphones

In addition, the European Physical Agents (Noise) Directive 2003/10/EC, implemented in the UK in 2006, requires that noise be eliminated wherever possible. It also ensures remaining noise levels of 80dB ear protection should be available, and at 85dB hearing protectors are compulsory.

Our signs indicate the need to use the appropriate hearing appliances and their location of use. These mandatory safety signs and safe conditions safety signs are manufactured to comply with the harmonised standard EN 7010, and the Signs and Safety Regulations 1996, covering the symbol or pictogram, colour, and layout.



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