It doesn't often occur to us, but hearing is essential for good communication with the outside world. Your hearing is therefore one of your most valuable assets.
A person is exposed to thousands of stimuli per day. Most are harmless. But in our modern, industrialised society, we are exposed to noise that exceeds permissible levels more often than we realise.
Your ability to hear has an impact on your behaviour, your thoughts and your moods. The situation becomes dangerous when noise reaches harmful levels. Without the right protection your hearing can be irreversibly damaged, and this can occur in the blink of an eye.
Tympro has made a science of hearing protection. The Tympro SAPP Protocol enables you to analyse the noise exposure and the desired protection for you and your colleagues. This method employs an approach with an ear for people and process.
Ear for people and process
A leader in hearing damage prevention
In 1982, Tympro and Delft University of Technology were among the pioneers in the development of the most advanced hearing protection product in the world: adjustable otoplastics. The comfort and safety of the individual user form the basis of these products.
Tympro not only looks at the user but also at the organisation and the process.
Thanks to the Tympro SAPP Protocol, we guarantee you an optimum, risk-free solution for everything associated with hearing protection within your organisation.
The Tympro approach has more than proven itself in practice. That is why Tympro is considered a leader in professional hearing damage prevention management, with locations in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom.
better, safer and less expensive
Individual otoplastics are also the best solution from a commercial perspective. Quite simply, they are the least expensive option.
Otoplastics are very durable. With proper maintenance and regular check-ups the product has a very long service life.
Solutions that appear to cost less, like disposable ear plugs and protective muffs, quickly become more expensive when you consider the long term.
Looking beyond these direct costs, there can also be consequential damage.
After all, in many cases excessive noise levels also lead to higher rates of sick leave. These sick leave percentages often improve after otoplastics have been introduced within the departments.