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The Loss Prevention Code of Practice CoP 0001 Issue 1.0, Code of Practice for visual alarm devices used for fire warning, published by BRE Global in 2012 suggests that a deaf person is ‘a person who cannot hear sounds less than 80 dBA.’
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