Hearing Conservation Testing Program

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Hearing Conservation Testing Program

One of the biggest occupational health issues is noise exposure. Many industrial processes produce noises on various levels, and being around these noises for extended periods may cause hearing loss and other harmful health effects. The longer your employees experience exposure to high noise levels, the more at risk they are of losing their hearing permanently.

Our mobile audiometric testing services eliminate the need to send workers off-site for testing services. Having an audiometric testing booth arrive at your site will reduce downtime and maintain high productivity while keeping your employees safe. Additionally, if an employer utilizes a mobile test provider, this allows the employer 12 months to establish a new-employee baseline audiogram.

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    Audiometric Testing

    Audiometric testing measures your employees’ abilities to hear sounds. This test will occur before your workers experience exposure to loud working conditions to create a baseline hearing level. Individuals are required to undergo this test once a year to determine if they have experienced any hearing loss.

    U.S Mobile Health Exams’ mobile industrial hearing testing services are state of the art and include many benefits, such as:

    • Testing booths have triple-layer sound proofing
    • Up to eight employees tested at a time
    • State-of-the-art microprocessor audiometers are used for consistency and accuracy
    • Immediate comparison to baseline
    • Audiometers automatically retest any frequency where a hearing shift has occurred
    • If completed test shows an standard threshold shift, most employees can receive their re-test on the same day
    • Otoscope exam conducted when problematic tests occur
    • Immediate distribution of Employee Evaluation Letter is available
    • Testing instructions available in 8 languages
    • CAOHC-certified technicians

    Regularly testing your employees’ hearing protects them from long-term hearing damage. Industrial hearing tests also benefits employers as they provide insight into any flaws present in the company’s current hearing protection program. Audiometric screening helps catch potential safety issues in the workplace before severe damage occurs and allows companies to make any needed safety improvements.

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    Documentation via Web-based Reporting

    OSHA requires all employers to keep audiometric testing records for two years for unaffected employees and for the entire duration of an affected worker’s employment. These records must contain information such as the individual’s name and most recent on-site audiometric testing results. When you use U.S. Mobile Health Exams’ audiometric screening services, you will receive proper documentation that includes:

    • Secure, password-protected information
    • Employee Evaluation Letters available in English or Spanish
    • Standard Threshold Shift (STS) reports
    • OSHA Recordable reports
    • Group reports
    • Equipment calibration reports
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    Schedule Your OSHA Audiometric Testing Today

    When you schedule an audiometric hearing test with U.S Mobile Health Exams, you can be confident you will experience 100% employee satisfaction. We are constantly reinvesting in our company by training our team and upgrading our mobile fleet, so we can arrive at your facility faster and better prepared. Fill out our online contact form today to schedule your mobile audiometric training.

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    Hearing Conservation Testing Program
    Hearing Conservation Testing Program
    Hearing Conservation Testing Program