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STRUCTURAL OR WILDLAND:

MITIGATING THE GROWING RISK

OF HEARING LOSS

A FIRECOM SPECIAL REPORT

Learn about the impacts of noise, and the steps you need to take to avoid hearing loss.

IMPACTS OF NOISE

Whether it’s loud sirens and air horns or chainsaws and chippers, firefighters are often exposed to noise that exceeds occupational exposure limits.

What is your department doing to help prevent hearing loss on the job?

Download the Firecom Special Report and find out the steps to get a hearing loss prevention program started at your station.

Molalla firefighter in cab of fire apparatus.

“Hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition in the United States, and is more prevalent than diabetes or cancer.”
— The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

WHAT TO CONSIDER:

HEARING PROTECTION + COMMUNICATION SOLUTION

Firecom wireless headsets are an all-in-one solution that addresses hearing protection as well as situational awareness, mobility and wireless communication.

Advanced Hearing Protection
Ear safety plus crew communication.
Listen-Through Technology
Environmental sound on demand.
Full-Duplex Communication
Talk, interrupt or warn.
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ADVANCED HEARING PROTECTION

No need for ear plugs. With a 24dB NRR, you can protect your hearing and effectively communicate at the same time.

LISTEN-THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

Control how much outside sound to let in so you can maintain situational awareness.
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FULL-DUPLEX COMMUNICATION

Hands-free, simultaneous two-way conversation. No waiting your turn, no buttons to push, no need to yell to be heard.

DOWNLOAD REPORT

Learn how creating a hearing loss prevention program helps protect your crew from injury, and your station from lost time and money.

Contact us to hear more about Firecom Wireless Headsets

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