Hearing Conservation

The 10 Key Roles in Your Occupational Hearing Testing Program

Audiometry, Hearing Conservation, Hearing Conservation eBook

There are various people involved in most occupational hearing testing programs. This guide will cover the role that each plays. What’s the difference between a program manager and a professional supervisor? What are the responsibilities of the test administrator and the HSE/EHS? When do you involve your medical director (if you have one) or audiological reviewers? Even your employees play a critical part.

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SHOEBOX for Occupational Hearing Testing

Occupational Hearing Testing Options: Clinics, Mobile Clinics, and Boothless Audiometry

Audiometry, Hearing Conservation, Hearing Conservation eBook

Employers have several options in how to conduct testing as part of a Hearing Conservation Program (HCP). These include sending staff to clinics, or bringing mobile clinics on site. Many forward-thinking employers are opting to manage their programs in-house by leveraging boothless, automated audiometry. While there are pros and cons to each, one option offers cost savings benefits, and greater flexibility around testing schedules.

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Coronavirus: Safety Tips for Hearing Test Administrators

Audiology and ENT Clinics, Audiometry, Hearing Conservation, Hearing Health, Hearing Services

These are stressful and uncertain times. As we monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, everyone should be concerned with minimizing the spread of infection. Doing everything possible to best protect patients, coworkers, themselves and their families. We are all in this together, and the following information can help provide guidance on best practices as they pertain to infection control.

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