In a landmark decision, the Court of Appeal ruled that January 1978 should be the date from which employers may be statutorily liable for noise-induced hearing loss caused by exposure to noise below 90dB(A).
Howard Fidderman looks at a Court of Appeal judgment that shows why a literal adherence to official guidance may not always be enough.
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