Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 620: The role of sound for users of interactive systems
This document also provides users with organizational measures that can be taken if and when technical measures do not help sufficiently. Also included are measures on a personal level.
This document deals with sound events that can cause extra-aural effects. Noise-induced hearing loss prevention and the ways to eliminate or reduce hazardous noise exposure are not covered by this document.
The intended users of this document include:
— developers of systems, products and services;
— public and corporate purchasers;
— occupational health and safety professionals;
— architects and interior designers;
— human resource professionals;
— usability, ergonomics or human factors professionals;
— users of interactive systems.