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ATLAS Resonate Safe Listen
for Hearing Health

for protecting from noise damage, managing your daily hearing health
while enjoying your lifestyle

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Safe Listen App 

  • Spot-check, log sound decibel (dB) 

  • Instantly get Safe Listen Time estimates for the dB 

  • Check daily and weekly histories of your actual noise vs allowed noise dose

  • Plan activities you enjoy

  • Create your personal dashboard

Calculations, Testing: Per OSHA, NIOSH, FDA standards


Privacy protection: No personal identifiers, other than dB (no location), are collected.


Android App in development


eTool for hearing health

  • 6 interactive sections to know, self-analyze, plan your own hearing conservation program

  • Manage your hearing health while enjoying your lifestyle

  • Get new information updates, white papers

  • Attend webinars  

  • Ask questions

Reliability: Content sourced from government health and safety authorities (see below)

Privacy protection: None of your personal data (other than email) is collected

App and eTool based on US and UN federal & health authorities  

AHRQ: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

DoD: Department of Defense

EPA: Environmental Protection Agency

FDA: Food and Drug Administration

NIH: National Institutes of Health

NIH-NIDCD: National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

NIOSH: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration

UN-WHO: United Nations - World Health Organization

App and eTool features have been presented to FDA

Decibel (dB) is a measure of sound energy - through the environment or headphones

Excess dBs, above standard safe limits, can cause increasing, permanent damage your hearing

Sometimes sounds that are 'normal' to you can have unsafe dBs

Sometimes personal risks, other than noise, can make the dB effect worse




Effect of Daily Sounds to your Ears  

Depends on sound dBs 


time period (duration) of noise to your ears 


There are Standards for Safe Listen limits based on dB +  duration


Repeated noises at or above these limits can cause permanent damage to your hearing 




Hearing Health knowledge is growing


Harmful effects of sound-beyond hearing


Importance of awareness, self-management 


Hearing health for productivity, Quality of life




Safe Listen Time for any Sound 


drops quickly above safe limit based on dBs 

Normal talk: Whole day

Headphones, Traffic, Lawn mower, Sports, Movies, Motorcycle: 8 hr - 15 min

Ambulance, Sirens: 2 min

Fireworks, Jet taking off: Less than 1 sec




Good Hearing Health can be managed by you 

Safe listen during work, outside work

Listening habits, risks, early symptoms 

Protection measures to fit your lifestyle

With ATLAS Resonate Safe Listen App 

you can check SLTs for work and nonwork noises, know when your listening is above allowed noise dose and manage your dBs and listen times

With ATLAS Resonate eTool for Hearing Health

you can learn about your hearing essentials, risks and hazards, early symptoms and take practical steps to self-manage 

Secure, Private and Confidential


CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

FDA: Food and Drug Administration

EPA: Environmental Protection Agency

NIDCD: National Inst. of Deafness and other Communication Disorders 

NIOSH-REL: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Recommended Exposure Level

OSHA-PEL: Occupational Safety and Health Administration, PEL: Permissible Exposure Level

DoD-HCE: Dept.of Defense - Hearing Center of Excellence

US Preventive Services Task Force

WHO: World Health Organization, World Report on Hearing

WHO-ITU H.870: WHO-International Telecommunications Union, Guidelines for safe listening devices/systems"

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