Industrial Hearing Service knows that starting or managing a Hearing Conservation Program can be a real challenge, especially when you’re so busy! That’s why we provide the assurance and peace of mind you need with quick, accurate industrial hearing testing services that help you fulfill your OSHA Hearing Conservation Program requirements.
Whether you are a large or small company, have an industrial site, or manage employees from an office or cell phone, we come on-site to your workplace and complete all industrial hearing testing services and reporting requirements right from our mobile hearing testing unit.
All audiometric test results are individually reviewed by our accomplished Audiologists, including Rodney Atack, PhD. Our specialists analyze the results, from a state or federal OSHA perspective, and tailor your reports for complete visibility into your employees’ hearing test results – helping you prevent cases of permanent hearing damage and maximize the effectiveness of your employee safety goals.
Noise induced hearing loss is a preventable problem, yet employee exposure to potentially hazardous noise levels occurs in the workplace every day. These exposure levels - if not tested and reported on every year - can cost companies thousands in legal suits and federally-enforced fines.
Stricter guidelines and regulations are now being enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). All companies big and small with employees exposed to a TWA of 85dB or greater must have a Hearing Conservation Program in place to meet OSHA/MSHA compliance standards.
Since 1971, Industrial Hearing Service, Inc. has been there for companies with a more flexible testing option that makes the testing process quick and easy. Our certified technicians are more available to meet your schedule for industrial hearing testing. We come on-site to your workplace with highly technical testing units that are dedicated to serving Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, Western Montana and Northern California.
A Hearing Conservation Program is required annually for those employees exposed to 85dB or greater over a time weighted average (TWA) of 8 hours or more. Regulations list specific subjects to be reviewed annually. We have the materials, testing services, and reporting standards to help you meet this requirement.
Since 1971, Industrial Hearing Service, Inc. has been providing mobile hearing testing services to customers in virtually every industry - manufacturing, construction, wood products, government service, and more.
Our mobile hearing testing units have multiple sound isolation booths, computerized audiometers, and use OSHA-approved methods for the most accurate on-site testing environment available.
OSHA Requirements for a Hearing Conservation Program Complying with OSHA'S Hearing Conservation Amendment CFR 1910.95 by getting audiometric testing right to your workplace is easy with Industrial Hearing Service
Long-term exposure to noise can cause hearing problems for employees and large fines for companies when OSHA's annual hearing test regulations are not adequately met and reported.