Industrial Hearing Conservation

Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards

OSHA standards require a hearing conservation program if a company's employees are exposed to an average of 85 decibels or more of noise during an eight-hour workday.

OSHA Standard Compliance requires...

  • Noise Surveys
  • Audiometric Testing
  • Baseline and Annual Hearing Screening
  • Hearing Protection
  • Training
  • Record Keeping

Hearing Test

Hearing Safety

Occupational Safety

Industrial Hearing Conservation Services, Inc. , can partner with your company to comply with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.95 and protect your employees' hearing.