Hearing protection

Industrial ear plugs and ear muffs

Welcome to uvex safety Australia & New Zealand experts in hearing protection. Noise-induced hearing loss is still one of the most common occupational hazards of all.

There are many types of hearing protection which are suitable for different situations. You're always on the safe side with our wide range of disposable ear plugs, reusable ear plugs, detectable ear plugs, banded ear protectors and earmuffs. 

All uvex hearing protection products comply with the Australian Standard AS/NZS 1270 Acoustics – hearing protectors.

Hearing protection – additional information

Noise-induced hearing loss has long been recognised as one of the most common occupational hazards. The tricky thing is that noise damages hearing gradually and painlessly. This is why we develop hearing protection for all situations and all noise levels, with speech and signal perception still possible.

How to find the right hearing protection?

Safety earplugs

The appropriate form of hearing protection varies according to the wearer’s ear and the area of application. Find out more how to find the right earplugs for your application here.

Corded ear plugs - uvex xact-fit range

uvex xact-fit ear plugs

The unique design of the uvex xact-fit is shaped to fit either the left or right ear, making the earplugs easy to insert and remove. More information

uvex Decibel app for iPhone

Hearing decibel app

The uvex decibel app measures the acoustics of the surroundings and recommends the appropriate hearing protection – from ergonomic disposable earplugs to ear defenders. uvex offers innovative solutions for industrial health and safety.

How to fit ear plugs correctly?

fitting guide ear plugs

The proper use of ear plugs requires that they be securely fit in the ear canal. If the ear plugs are not properly seated, they may provide almost no protection. To get the best protection from your foam earplugs, remember to roll, pull, and hold when putting them in. Learn how to fit your earplugs with our helpful video and flyer here.

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