EAVE provides employers with noise exposure maps and real-time dosimetry data to help them mitigate the risk of noise induced injury. Employees using the EAVE solution are able to communicate in noise while staying protected.
EAVE is the result of over a decade of work in the field of Hearing by founder and CEO Dr David Greenberg. David started his career as a clinical audiologist before completing a PhD in Auditory Neuroscience with the mission to prevent the loneliness and isolation that often results from Noise Induced Hearing Loss. Having first hand experience of dealing with the impact of hearing loss in his family combined with years of developing the knowledge of the many factors involved, David developed a clear vision of how to achieve his mission and set out to make it happen and so EAVE was founded.
We do things not based on what has been done before, but what could be done tomorrow. We pride ourselves on introducing new technology to health and safety, and refusing to adhere to the status quo.
EAVE’s foundation comes from witnessing the loneliness and isolation that can be caused by hearing loss. Our goal as a company remains to create the tools necessary to eliminate this loneliness and isolation.
We are true to our goal of protecting employees’ health from the risks caused by noise and mitigating the risks employers face from noise induced hearing loss related litigation all the while respecting the anonymity of the users.
We understand the needs of our users and we listen to feedback through pilot projects and collaborative work. Our focused team is able to act faster than anyone else on the market to improve our products.
Designed from the ground up in our office in London, we are honoured that our first product won the 2018 Product Innovation of the Year in Health and Safety from the British Safety Industry Federation. The BSIF is the UK’s leading trade body within the safety industry and gives the award each year. This recognises EAVE as among the leaders of positive change in the health and safety industry and demonstrates how cutting-edge technology can be applied to disease prevention.