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Industrial Custom Ear Protection

Hearing Protection for Industrial Environments

Effective ear protection is essential for all noisy industrial and other work environments.
Continuous exposure to noise levels above 85dB can cause hearing loss and, as of April 6th 2006, health and safety regulations require all employees to have ear protection if exposed to 85dB of noise. 85dB is the noise level of a truck engine or busy road.
Hearing protection devices from Custom Made Ear Protection are fully tested and certified to BS EN 352-2:2002 and provide effective hearing protection for industrial environments to meet statutory requirements.
Custom fitted
Custom made for each individual, our earpieces are comfortable to wear, even for long periods and, because they are an exact fit, maximise the attenuation of external sounds.
Custom application
Our custom made hearing protection devices protect the ears against loud noise, but allow the wearer to hear conversation and warning sirens and other communications.
The earpieces can be designed to provide varying levels of noise protection to meet the specific needs of the environment and processes.
Longlasting, easy care
All of our hearing protection products are manufactured to the highest standards using best quality materials to provide many years of effective service. They are easy to look after – simply wash regularly with mild hand soap and hot water.
Earpieces by Custom Made Ear Protection are made from the highest quality materials and supplied with a carrying case.
Available throughout the UK
Custom Made Ear Protection is available throughout the UK, and we are happy to make factory visits to carry out fittings on site.
Protect your hearing, and provide the ear protection your employees require, with custom Made Ear Protection.
Call 01305 264021 today for more information, or to book an appointment for a fitting. Or simply click the ‘Contact Us’ button on the right.

Effective ear protection is essential for all noisy industrial and other work environments.

Continuous exposure to noise levels above 85dB can cause hearing loss and, as of April 6th 2006, Health and Safety regulations require all employees to have ear protection if exposed to 85dB of noise. 85dB is about the noise level of a truck engine or busy road.

Fully certified hearing protection devices

Hearing protection devices from Custom Made Ear Protection are fully tested and certified to BS EN 352-2:2002 and provide effective hearing protection for industrial environments to meet statutory requirements.

Custom fitted

Custom made for each individual, our earpieces are comfortable to wear, even for long periods and, because they are an exact fit, they maximise the attenuation of external sounds.

Furthermore, because they are comfortable and fit properly, workers are much more likely to wear them – and to wear them correctly so that they benefit from effective hearing protection.

Custom application

Our custom made hearing protection devices protect the ears against loud noise, but allow the wearer to hear conversation and warning sirens and other communications.

The earpieces can be designed to provide varying levels of noise protection to meet the specific needs of the environment and processes.

Longlasting, easy care

All of our hearing protection products are manufactured to the highest standards using best quality materials so that they provide many years of effective service. They are supplied with a carrying case and are easy to look after – simply wash regularly with mild hand soap and hot water.

Available throughout the UK

Custom Made Ear Protection is available throughout the UK, and we are happy to make factory visits to carry out fittings on site – so no disruption to work schedules.

Protect your hearing, and provide the ear protection your employees require, with custom Made Ear Protection.

Call 01305 264021 today for more information, or to book an appointment for a fitting. Or simply click here to contact us by email.

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