U S Mobile Health Exams testing program is administered in accordance with OSHA Regulatory Standard 29CFR 1910.95. If you have purchased new equipment, revised manufacturing processes that may change noise levels, or recently recognized the need for monitoring; our noise survey provides comprehensive services. These have proven to be a vital asset in Workers’ Compensation cases involving hearing loss. It also gives you, the credibility of having a third party, unbiased survey. State-of-the-art instrumentation is used when performing the assessments.
Types of Noise Surveys
To meet compliance with the noise levels in OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.95 we offer two types of noise surveys.
- Area Measurements: Comprehensive area measurements are obtained using an integrating sound level meter to identify hazardous noise levels where worker mobility is not a factor. Measurements are taken at specific work stations to capture a representative sample of employees’ exposures.
- Personal Noise Dosimetry: Studies are conducted to identify noise exposed employees whose work environments are fluctuating or continually changing. Those employees are monitored for their entire work shift. The dosimeter provides a summary of each employee’s measured actual average exposureand Time Weighted Average sound exposure. Area measurements are included and performed as well by our surveyors when the Dosimetry survey is selected.
You will receive a final report with recommendations for compliance with OSHA Hearing Conservation Program.