It wasn't always easy being the new kids on the block. While we realized that hearing testing was ripe for innovation, we were met with a lot of resistance. An iPad audiometer isn't compliant. You can't automate a hearing test. It's not possible to test outside of a sound booth. No one will go paperless.
Hearing conservation is evolving. Mobile technology now offers companies of all sizes the ability to bring their hearing testing programs in-house: no more sound booths required, no more paper records, no more losses in productivity.
Boothless audiometric testing continues to find a place in many workplace hearing conservation programs. We’ve collected a list of some of the most common tips and tricks for examiners using SHOEBOX to test their employees.
The World Health Organization has found that noise-induced hearing loss is an all-too-common problem facing many workers. Luckily, this problem is preventable. We know that there are many experienced and talented mobile hearing testing companies working hard to support workplace hearing conservation programs around the world.
We are excited to introduce SHOEBOX PureTest, the only workflow-driven audiometer in the market. We believe it makes achieving compliance in your workplace hearing testing program even easier. Regardless of who administers the tests or how many members you have in your program. As we said earlier, accuracy is essential. SHOEBOX PureTest was developed with precisely this in mind. We’d love to show you how it could benefit your program or service as well.
Thank you for joining us today as we chat with our industry experts about audiometric testing challenges and problems HSE professionals may see.