- Protect the hearing of students, employees, faculty and those who work in music industry & departments, manufacturing, industrial, entertainment, municipalities, and other noisy workplaces, in compliance with State and Federal OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.95, 1926.101, 1926.52 regulations and Right-to-Know Standards.
Occupational & Educational Hearing Conservation Programs
Noise measurement and exposure monitoring
Noise control through engineering and administrative controls
Otoscopic examination of the ear
On-site Audiometric testing and evaluation
3M EARFit Validation Testing--Proper selection and use of hearing protection devices
Employee education, training, and motivating
HIPPA Compliant Record keeping
On-site 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 otherwise 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 Noise-induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) and Tinnitus reduces the risk of permanent and preventable workers compensation payments and may help contain costs associated with workers compensation insurance.
- Reducing noise through administrative and engineering controls can have a positive effect not only by preventing hearing loss but by reducing absenteeism, fatigue, heart rate, blood pressure, and increasing productivity.
To learn more or schedule an evidence-based Your Ears Rock Certified Occupational Hearing Conservation (COHC) Program for your school, business, company, conference, trade show or organization please contact us directly or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org