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Commercial Aviation: “Exposure to NOISE aboard aircrafts “

Mi茅rcoles, 19 de diciembre de 2018 Twitter Sin comentarios

Airline pilots and flight attendants, working in the cockpit and cabin, are exposed to noise from aircraft engines, high-speed airflow, and other sources. Exposure to elevated noise levels can cause permanent changes in hearing, diminished ability to communicate, and fatigue. GAO ( US Goverment Accountability Office)聽 was asked to provide information on noise levels experienced by crewmembers working in commercial service aircraft and their access to hearing protection. This report examines: (1) what is known about aircraft cabin and cockpit noise levels compared with occupational noise exposure standards and (2) selected airlines鈥 policies on hearing protection for crewmembers.聽 GAO reviewed OSHA鈥檚 occupational noise exposure standard, NIOSH鈥檚 recommended occupational noise exposure limit, and regulations and guidance from FAA, as well as other sources.

Pilots’ and Flight Attendants’ Exposure to Noise aboard Aircraft

Aloha Airline Flight 243

Mi茅rcoles, 4 de noviembre de 2009 Jose Mar铆a P茅rez Sastre Sin comentarios

On April 28, 1988, an Aloha Airline Boeing 737, N73711, was scheduled for a series of inter island flights in Hawaii. The crew flew three uneventful roundtrip flights, one each from Honolulu to Hilo….