Mobile Hearing Test Conservation Testing Program

U.S. Mobile Health Exams’ audiometric testing program is administered in accordance with OSHA Regulatory Standard 29 CFR 1910.95. The OSHA Occupational Noise Exposure Standard contains a “Mobile Test Van Exception” with regard to obtaining an employee’s baseline audiogram. If an employer utilizes a mobile hearing test provider, the exception allows the employer 12 months to establish a new-employee baseline audiogram.

Audiometric Testing

  • Mobile Hearing Test Testing booths have a triple-layer of sound proofing
  • Up to 6 employees tested at a time
  • State-of-the-art micro-processor 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 STS, most employees can receive their re-test on the same day
  • Continuous monitoring of test room noise levels
  • Otoscope exam conducted when problematic tests occur
  • Immediate distribution of Employee Evaluation Letter is available
  • Testing instructions available in 8 languages
  • Audiology review all audiograms

Documentation via Web-based Reporting

  • Secure, password protected
  • On-board Employee Evaluation Letters available in English or Spanish
  • Standard Threshold Shift (STS) reports
  • OSHA Recordable reports
  • Group reports
  • Equipment calibration reports

Audiometric Training

  • OSHA-approved video training
  • Pamphlets available upon request
  • Question and answer session available upon request
  • Sign-in sheets provided to client as documentation of training