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Conference "Music - Safe and Sound" on 16./17.01.2007 in Dortmund

Proceedings

Presentations of the conference "Music - Safe and Sound" held on 16th and 17th January 2007 in the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) in Dortmund are available for download.

Programme (PDF, 27KB)

Presentations: Tuesday, 16 January 2007

Opening
Gerhard Kilger, Deutsche Arbeitsschutzausstellung (DASA)

Introduzione giocosa - a musical introduction (German presentation) (PDF, 29KB)
Roland Pangert, Thüringer Ministerium für Soziales, Familie und Gesundheit

Requirements of the Directive 2003/10/EC (PDF, 490KB)
Patrick Kurtz, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA)

Effect of noise exposure in the entertainment sector (PDF, 1MB)
Esko Toppila, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Long-term noise exposure of professional musicians (German presentation) (PDF, 3MB)
Beat Hohmann, Schweizerische Unfallversicherungsanstalt

Strategies to prevent hearing loss (PDF, 904KB)
Marshall Chasin, Musicians' Clinic of Canada

Use of hearing protection in classical music orchestras (PDF, 116KB)
Heli Laitinen, Engineering Office Heikki Helimäki Ltd

Watch your ears - listening for a lifetime
Eckhard Beste, Hearsafe Technologies GmbH & Co. KG

In-Ear-Monitoring - the artist must feel great
Wayne N. Gittens, Heights Ton & Technik

Hearing loss prevention: The conflict between medical aspects and reality on stage (German presentation) (PDF, 52KB)
Eckhard Hoffmann, Hochschule Aalen

Medical care for musicians (German presentation) (PDF, 744KB)
Martin Fendel, BAD Gesundheitsvorsorge und Sicherheitstechnik GmbH, Arbeitsmedizinisches Zentrum Köln/Bonn Airport

The control of exposure to noise in pubs and clubs (PDF, 863KB)
David Smeatham, Health and Safety Executive

Are regulations required to cover sound pressure levels in discotheques and at events? (German presentation) (PDF, 662KB)
Regina Heinecke-Schmitt, Sächsisches Staatsministerium für Umwelt und Landwirtschaft

Presentations: Wednesday, 17 January 2007

An acoustic design of a live music club for a safe and good music environment for everybody (PDF, 671KB)
Kim Kähäri, National Institute for Working Life

Hearing hazard with Rock and Pop concerts - protection of the public and the employees (German presentation) (PDF, 289KB)
Michael Oehlerking, AMT Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH

Controlling Noise at Work: the only route to compliance (PDF, 2MB)
Tim Roberts, The Event Safety Shop Ltd.

Managing orchestral noise - madness or miracle? (PDF, 655KB)
Alison Wright-Reid, Consultant to the Association of British Orchestras

Room acoustic design of orchestra pits (PDF, 1,003KB)
Horst Drotleff, Fraunhofer-Institut für Bauphysik

Sound screens in orchestras?
Klaus Wogram, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

Ten years of specialized consultation for hearing disorders on musicians and professionals in the entertainment sector - some results
Christian Meyer-Bisch, Hopital Beaujon Paris

Ear candy without consequences? Results of a studie with 429 professional orchestra musicians on health and hearing protection
Bernhard Richter, Freiburger Institut für Musikermedizin

Practical considerations for maximising the protection of those working in music & entertainment (PDF, 853KB)
Roger Sutton, General Federation of Trade Unions

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