Noise, or unwanted sound, is one of the most pervasive occupational health problems, says . Exposure to high levels of noise causes hearing loss and could lead to other harmful health effects as well.
To prevent the onset of hearing loss, Beaumont Occupational Services provides Audiometric Baseline Testing on a pre-employment and annual basis.
What is audiometric testing?
Audiometric testing monitors an employee’s hearing over time. It also provides an opportunity for employers to educate employees about their hearing and the need to protect it.
What is audiometric baseline testing?
The baseline audiogram is the reference audiogram against which future tests are compared.
What are annual audiograms?
Contact us today to learn more about how our Audiogram services can prevent employee hearing loss.
– Joe Clark | Founder of Beaumont Occupational
OSHA’s hearing conservation program is designed to protect workers who are exposed to occupational noise from suffering material hearing impairment.
Contact us for more information on our Audiometric Baseline Testing or to request a test.
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