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DHMS Hearing Conservation Programs

Hearing tests are required for companies and organizations across many industry types and are necessitated when a business of any kind has noise levels exceeding the OSHA action level of 85dBA over an eight-hour time-weighted average (TWA). Contact us today to schedule our mobile hearing tests for your organization!

Mobile Hearing Conservation & Testing Program for OSHA Compliance

Hearing tests are required for companies and organizations across many industry types and are necessitated when a business of any kind has noise levels exceeding the OSHA action level of 85dBA over an eight-hour time-weighted average (TWA). Contact us today to schedule our mobile hearing tests for your organization!

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Mobile OSHA Hearing Conservation & Protection

Companies whose environment exceeds the action level must participate in an OSHA hearing conservation program. A hearing conservation program requires annual audiometric testing, hearing conservation training, and record-keeping. Training must be annual and address the proper use of hearing protection devices and the effect of noise on a person’s hearing.

Companies are also required to keep accurate records to document standard threshold shifts (STS), recordable shifts, and potential hearing loss. These must also be tracked on a company’s OSHA 300 log.

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Fully Mobile

DHMS provides portable hearing testing solutions to comply with OSHA anywhere you need them. Reducing disruption, travel, and labor cost associated with compliance obligations.

Full range of OSHA required testing and measurement

DHMS provides the full range of OSHA-required testing and measurement. From sound level surveys conducted with dosimeters to determine the noise levels of a facility, to audiometric tests for employees and record maintenance and documentation.

DHMS manages every aspect of a hearing conservation program. AnyPlace Audiology also consults with clients in the determination of workplace-related hearing loss so that only occupational hearing loss is recorded, and not damage caused outside the workplace.

If your company needs to implement a hearing conservation program or wants help with the current one, DHMS can help.

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