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Noise Exposure

Noise Exposure can damage human hearing. Short duration exposure to high levels can cause immediate hearing damage. Prolonged exposure to lower levels of constant noise can lead to hearing damage. OSHA (29 CFR 1910.95) mandated permissible noise exposure levels for employee work related noise exposure.


Effective Hearing Conservation Programs include:

  • Coordinating noise-hazard evaluations
  • Engineering control measures
  • Monitoring audiometry, supplemented
  • Posting of noise-hazardous areas and equipment
  • Administrative control measures by health education/supervision of personnel
  • Use of hearing protective devices

Professional Industrial Hygiene Services Inc. Hearing Conservation Program Services include:

  • Employee Noise Dosimetry
  • Sound level and site mapping, and
  • Specific recommendations for hearing protection for work positions where the employee's dose exceeds the OSHA action level or permissible exposure level.

Services

  • Noise Hazard Evaluations
  • Sound level mapping
  • Employee Noise Dosimetry
  • Protective device evaluation
  • Employee Baseline/Annual audiometric Testing
  • Training

Pricing

Costs of services depends on site location, time on site, number of personnel, and quantity of services required


 
                                             

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