Conservation Programs


Protects the hearing of students, employees, faculty and those who work in music industry & departments, manufacturing, industrial, entertainment, municipalities, and other noisy workplaces. Provides knowledge as to the need to protect oneself and from recreational noise exposure
  • OSHA regulated and compliant

Occupational & Educational Hearing Conservation Programs

Program Consists of These Elements

Noise measurement and exposure monitoring

Noise control through engineering and administrative controls

Otoscopic examination of the ear

Audiometric testing and evaluation

Proper selection and use of hearing protection devices

Employee education, training, and motivating

HIPPA Compliant Record keeping
Program evaluation
Custom molded hearing protection and communication device impressions

Benefits of an Effective Hearing Conservation Program

  • Primary benefit is the prevention of noise induced hearing loss (NIHL).
  • Detect hearing losses that may be due to causes other than workplace or recreational noise that may have other wise gone untreated
  • Temporary hearing loss and tinnitus can also be reduced or eliminated, as well as some noise-related safety hazards
  • Less noise and better hearing can lead to greater job satisfaction, productivity and safety
  • Reduce accident rates, illnesses and lost time
  • Prevention of NIHL reduced the risk of workers compensation payments and may help contain costs associated with workers compensation insurance
  • Reducing noise through engineering controls can have a positive effect not only by preventing hearing loss but by reduced absenteeism and increasing productivity 

To learn more or schedule a Your Ears Rock Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC) Program for your school, business, company, conference, trade show or organization please contact us directly or by email to