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Noise exposures during potato processing and manufacture of animal feed

, : Noise exposures during potato processing and manufacture of animal feed. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health 13(4): 367-374

A noise exposure survey was conducted at an agricultural facility to evaluate noise exposures during potato processing and during the manufacture of alfalfa pellets. Of the 19 employees monitored, five reached or exceeded the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recommended exposure limit for occupational noise. Four of these employees were from the potato processing area, and one was from the alfalfa pellet-mill operation.


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