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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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.
Examinetics is a dream to work with. Their mobile units are always clean, and the staff is very friendly. We have 115 employees, and they all look forward to the hearing exams. Best of all, the test results are very easy for them to read. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Examinetics.
Flying W Plastics
Another great experience year after year! We have been using Examinetics now for over 14 years at this location for our annual hearing testing. The convenience of having the van come to our location is perfect for a large employee based location. The courteous expertise provided by the professional technician is nothing less than what should be expected each and every time. The Technician always goes above and beyond to set up a quick get started. The technician also explains in detail each section of the results binder and the necessary steps to take moving forward. I would recommend Examinetics to any company seeking onsite audio testing
Examinetics makes hearing conservation compliance easy. Their technicians are courteous, efficient and very knowledgeable. I especially appreciate the level of detail and care taken when describing the results to our employees and final regulatory information to myself.
This is our second year using Examinetics for our annual audio testing. Not only has the staff at Examinetics conducted themselves professionally, but they also took the time to explain the testing and why it's done. This year, due to construction at our facility, Jameson (the technician) had to conduct the testing in the back of our building where it was not that easy to set up for testing. He worked well with not only the Cardinal employees but also the contractors that were on site. The fact that Jameson was able to connect with my employees throughout the day makes this annual process an easy choice. I will be using Examinetics every year moving forward.
Cardinal Glass Industries
Our company has been working with Examinetics the last few years for our hearing testing. I have nothing but positive things to say. I am always alerted of time about the possible date of testing and it's confirmed with my schedule. The Examinetics personnel are always on time (usually ahead of schedule) and are quick in setting up their stations. They also keep the testing time to the minimum in terms of decreasing my overall productivity. I will never consider using anyone else as the service has been above and beyond since the beginning. If I am every for a recommendation, Examinetics is the only company I would recommend!
A service mindset and cheerful attitude from the tech on the Examinetics hearing truck helped things go seamlessly for the two weeks he was onsite at our facility for testing. Additionally, any question I had following up were promptly answered by a friendly audiologist via email or phone. We will continue to use Examinetics for our hearing conservation program and have begun looking to incorporate other services they offer to help meet our company's needs.
We have used Examinetics for over 25 years. They have been very professional in all areas. The mobile testing unit has always shown up on time, very clean and user-friendly. When the testing is over, the instructor always makes sure we understand everything before he leaves. I would highly recommend Examinetics.
Idaho Cedar Sales
Examinetics made our annual hearing testing a snap. With their web portal, Hearing Test Case History forms were easy to download and print out for our employees. Our assigned technician was punctual and courteous. Before leaving, he provided us with a formal, well-presented binder including our test data. We will certainly use their services in the future.
American Flux and Metal
Examinetics provided audiometric testing services for our organization, and we were very impressed. Armando, the Examinetics employee assigned to our site, was very personable and well trained. He was very efficient and ensured that each employee understood the testing procedure. The mobile unit was very clean and well kept. At the conclusion of testing, we were provided a binder with comprehensive information regarding the testing results. We were highly impressed by the experience and will be using Examinetics in the future. Highly recommended.
We have used Examinetics for several years for our employees' required annual hearing testing. They come to our location communicate from start to finish very clearly their needs to set up and test and are always available to answer questions along the way. Even after the process is complete, it is easy to get a response from the Examinetics team. After completion, we receive a very thorough report that we use for OSHA documentation. We will continue using Examinetics for our future hearing testing needs, and I would highly recommend them to others.
S.S. White Technologies
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 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:
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