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Added by john not a former m.
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  • john not a former m.

    The scale used to measure noise as it is heard by the human ear is written as dB(A). Normal conversation is about 60 dB(A) to 65 dB(A). 85 dB(A) is the level at which you have to raise your voice, while at 90 dB(A) you will have to shout to make yourself heard. Prolonged exposure to noise above the level of 85 dB(A) significantly damages hearing. This is the level at which noise control measures must be taken by employers.

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  • Stephanie M.

    Lucky you spent most of the evening in the car park then!!

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  • john not a former m.

    yes thats where neil took reading

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  • neil

    I felt sorry for the couple in the corner on the right, he had an ear in aid going mental and she had her fingers in her ears. Even they left at break. Bless.

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