Safety Consulting & Training Services
Hearing Conservation Program
Hearing Conservation Program is designed to protect employees from hearing loss caused by uncontrolled exposure to hazardous noise by reducing employee noise exposures and providing appropriate hearing protection where this noise cannot be controlled.
The program includes the identification and control of hazardous noise within the work areas through the use of engineering and administrative controls combined with the selection and use of hearing protection.
Additionally, the program includes requirements for noise exposure surveys, audiometric testing, training in the selection and use of hearing protection, recordkeeping and program evaluation. This program applies to all employees whose noise exposure levels equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average (TWA) noise level of 85 dBA.
Fleet Safety Administrator
Program Responsibilities (Management, Program Admin, Supervisors, Employees)
Audiometric Testing Program
Periodic Program Review