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By Arwen Hann
Noise is only to be expected in early childhood centres but dealing with loud noise on a day to day basis could be putting the hearing of early childhood teachers at risk.
A recent study by two Massey University professors found significant numbers of childcare workers were exposed to loud or excessively loud noise during their working day.
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