http://sculpsureinwestpalmbeach.com/kidney-disease Hearing Clinic Planned for the
R.M. of Cupar #218 Ratepayers
What animal found on the farm is loud enough to damage
your hearing? Are earmuffs more
effective than earplugs? Do you know how
to prevent noise-induced hearing loss? Do you have hearing loss? What type of
earing protection should I use?
To offer answers to those questions and much more
information, appointments can be made for a http://louhua.ca/eadf26jst/pages/condo_report_Q2-2014.pdf Hearing Clinic for Farmers which is being held for the ratepayers
of the R.M. of Cupar #218 on Monday, March 18th, 2019 from 10:00 am- 4:00 pm at
the RM office in Cupar, SK. To book an appointment please call (306) 723-4726.
The clinic will include a visual inspection of the ear
canal and ear drum and a hearing screening with explanation of those
results. Participants will be shown how
to insert earplugs and will receive information to take home related to hearing
loss prevention. When necessary,
referrals are made. Hearing aids are not
sold at the clinic.
“On the farm, there are many noises including those
from augers, tractors, shotguns and squealing hogs at feeding time that can
damage your hearing”, says Kendra Ulmer, Nurse and Clinic Coordinator for the Agricultural
Health and Safety Network, at the Canadian Centre For Health and Safety in
Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan.
The clinic is being offered to RM #218 ratepayers
because they are members of the Agricultural Health and Safety Network and is
co-sponsored by the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture and Saskatchewan
additional information regarding this release, please contact:
Ulmer, Nurse and Program Coordinator
Health and Safety Network
Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture