Stay compliant with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 - Standard on Occupational Noise Exposure

The onsite hearing testing program from Examinetics is an integral part of your hearing conservation program and keeping your business in compliance with OSHA regulations. Our dedicated team is at your disposal, providing a centralized solution to all your industrial hearing needs. 

With a fleet of 130 mobile testing units, we deliver consistent & dependable audiometric testing to all your worksite locations from coast to coast. The comfortable and private mobile units eliminate the inconvenience of sending employees to offsite clinics - reducing disruption, travel and labor cost associated with compliance obligations.

Whether you need OSHA audiometric testing, MSHA hearing testing or other regulatory hearing screenings, we have you covered.

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Benefits of Examinetics' Occupational Hearing Testing programs include:
  • Scale to service all business locations in contiguous 48 states without subcontracting 
  • Employees stay on your worksite and are back to work within the hour
  • Complete testing, training and counseling options to meet your needs
  • Immediate electronic evaluation of audiograms from employees
  • Immediate validation for standard threshold shift 
  • Reports available at the end of test day
  • Review from Examinetics' audiologist to spot problems or consult on evaluations
  • Web-based data management and trending reports
  • Bilingual technicians available
  • Program management solutions available for larger companies

A full suite of options to meet all your Hearing Conservation Program needs

Test – The easiest way to stay compliant with all of the OSHA hearing testing requirements of OSHA 1910.95 Standard for Occupational Noise Exposure.
Train - Add training services to meet the training program requirements of 1910.95(k)
Counsel – With our popular counseling option, our health specialists will review test results with your employees and demonstrate the proper way to wear hearing protection. Service includes inspection of hearing protection devices to ensure proper size and fit.

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Work-Related Evaluations

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Our team of full-time audiologists, led by Cassie Ford, M.A., CCC-A, CPS/A supervise all hearing testing services and hearing conservation programs. You can rely on our in-house professional review and threshold shift consultation.

Determining work-relatedness is important because an employee's hearing loss that has initially been flagged as a mathematically recordable standard threshold shift* (STS) may be an OSHA-recordable event. Work-relatedness determinations are also necessary when a worker has filed a workers compensation claim for hearing loss.

Our Work-Related Evaluation service helps companies comply with OSHA recordkeeping. To keep your OSHA Form 300 log accurate, our audiology team investigates confirmed hearing shifts and determines whether workplace noise caused or contributed to the hearing shift.

Our audiologists are considered licensed health care professionals** who may determine whether the detected hearing loss is work related for OSHA recordability purpose.

We have a comprehensive 7-step process that determines whether a hearing loss is related to workplace noise exposure. An employee’s noise exposure encompasses numerous sounds at various intensity levels besides those in the work environment – our expert analysis can help you evaluate whether or not a hearing shift is recordable.

* An STS is a worsening of at least 10 dB in average hearing thresholds for the frequencies of 2, 3, and 4 kHz in either ear compared to the most recent baseline.
**OSHA 1904.10(b)(6): “If a physician or other licensed health care professional determines the hearing loss is not work-related or has not been significantly aggravated by occupational noise exposure, you are not required to consider the case work-related or to record the case on the OSHA 300 log.”

Noise Surveys - Understanding Hazardous Noise in your Workplace

Noise monitoring is a foundation of your hearing conservation program. In addition to our occupational hearing testing services, we offer noise surveys to measure the sound levels generated throughout your facilities. Noise surveys are conducted by certified occupational audiologists and industrial hygienists. 

OSHA requires that "when there are significant changes in machinery or production processes that may result in increased noise levels, remonitorting must be conducted to determine whether additional employees need to be included in the hearing conservation program." It is recommended to monitor annually or every other year to safeguard your hearing conservation program - the minimal cost of a noise survey pales in comparison to the cost of a single Workers Compensation Claim. 

Our noise survey services include:

  • Noise dosimetry

  • Sound Level Meter (SLM) Measurements

  • Calibration

  • Noise survey reporting

  • Color-coded charts for easy interpretation

  • Explanation of federal regulation requirements 

  • Hearing protection assessment, as appropriate

  • Control recommendations for your hearing conservation program, as appropriate


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Examinetics delivers comprehensive onsite programs to promote the health, safety, compliance, and wellbeing of your entire workforce population. Combine hearing testing with other services such as respirator clearance or medical exams.