Whether you are a service provider, or an employer ready to bring a program in-house, our solution was purpose-built for an occupational testing workflow.
- Save money — no trucks, options available for small businesses
- A better test experience — test in any comfortable, OSHA-compliant room
- Be compliant — SHOEBOX meets the OSHA requirements of an ANSI-compliant audiometer
“Tablet audiometry makes it possible to detect, as early as possible and in very remote locations, shifts in a baseline audiogram. And we have trained local health workers to perform these diagnostic tests. Thanks SHOEBOX!”
Case Farms implemented SHOEBOX Audiometry to help them administer the occupational hearing conservation program at both their main plant and two off-site production facilities. They chose SHOEBOX for four key reasons: ease of use, improved workflow efficiencies, portability, and cost efficiency.
Before bringing their hearing testing program in-house, Faircast had been outsourcing their testing to a mobile service provider. Trying to schedule hearing tests for all of their employees over the course of a two-day window was a logistical nightmare, and often forced production to slow to a standstill. They knew there had to be a better way.
Mercy Hospital in Lebanon, Missouri is a 78-bed acute care medical facility. They offer a full range of services including Occupational Hearing Conservation programs for a number of local industries.
“Making this switch has resulted in huge cost savings for us. We’re no longer paying to bring the service provider on site. We’re not being charged mileage to drag a huge trailer between our facilities, and I’m only paying for one technician who helps administer testing. But most importantly, our productivity isn’t impacted by annual testing days — and retests at the clinic. And our new clinic is climatized. Our employees find this much more enjoyable.”
SHOEBOX has been clinically validated for use as a diagnostic audiometer, even when testing is performed outside of a sound booth. We have been included in various studies on the efficacy of tablet audiometry, conducted at some of the world’s leading institutions.