Hearing Conservation Training has to be completed, but it doesn't have to be difficult.

OSHA requires that employers train employees exposed to TWAs of 85 dB and above at least annually on the effects of noise; the purpose, advantages, and disadvantages of various types of hearing protectors; the selection, fit, and care of protectors; and the purpose and procedures of audiometric testing.

Tri-State Industrial Health Screening can conduct annual OSHA/MSHA required hearing conservation training in a variety of formats making compliance simple for your company and your staff.

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Workers who understand the reasons for the hearing conservation programs and the need to protect their hearing will be more motivated to wear their protectors and take audiometric tests.