Wayne and Louise Ivory (ivory at gateway.net.au) wrote:
> I work for a mining company in Western Australia. I have a colleague
> who works in Occupational Health, and is trying to produce some graphs
> and statistics of noise-related hearing loss for our employees. He
> has an algorithm for binaural and monaural percentage hearing loss,
> but he said it's not good for noise-related figures. I'm not in the
> field, so forgive me if I'm a bit vague here, but from what I
> understand these algorithms are weighted towards detecting
> low-frequency hearing loss, whereas noise-related hearing loss is more
> concerned with high frequencies.
> We don't have internet access at work yet, so I told him I'd have a
> look at home. I've been looking on the web for about an hour and a
> half now, but haven't managed to find anything specific enough.
> If somebody could provide an algorithm/program for this, we'd be most
> appreciative. Please email replies.
> Wayne Ivory
> Western Australia
On my Big List of Audiology Hyperlinks ScottBradley has a
Occupational Hearing Safety page that should take care of you!
Look on my home page listed below under BLAH!
Thank you for your support,
dybala at utdallas.eduhttp://wwwpub.utdallas.edu/~dybala/kelly.htm