Loud work environments can cause permanent hearing loss.

Are your employees protected?

With over 40 years of experience, our experts know how to design and manage your occupational-hearing program.

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Problem: Hearing Damage

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Solution: Occupational Hearing Conservation

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When employee noise exposures equal or exceed 85 decibels, OSHA Regulation 1910.95(c) requires employers to administer, “a continuing, effective hearing-conservation program.”

OSHA's program protects workers with significant occupational noise exposures from hearing impairment even if they are subject to such noise exposures over their entire working lifetimes.

For an occupational-hearing-conservation program to be effective, OSHA requires five program elements.
It's true — hearing is sound for thinking.

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A Complete OHC Solution

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Dolores Leidecker, COHC is our Occupational-Hearing Conservationist.

She has deep experience implementing occupational-hearing programs, including the items listed below. She is praised by her clients for making their OHC programs an enjoyable experience for management and employees.

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