OSHA Permitted Time of exposure at various noise levels

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has strict regulations about Noise in the Workplace (regulation 1910.95)

Key guidelines of the regulation include

Failure to comply with OSHA regulation 1910.95 may result in penalties ranging from $5,000 to $70,000 for the first offense, and fines up to $7000 PER DAY for repeat offenses

Note: OSHA sets legal limits on noise exposure in the workplace. These limits are based on a worker’s time weighted average over an 8
hour day. With noise, OSHA’s permissible exposure limit (PEL) is 90 dBA for all workers for an 8 hour day. The OSHA standard uses a 5 dBA
exchange rate. This means that when the noise level is increased by 5 dBA, the amount of time a person can be exposed to a certain noise
level to receive the same dose is cut in half.

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