The Online Hearing Conservation seminar is designed for anyone responsible for implementing and maintaining a hearing conservation program such as physicians, audiologists, occupational nurses, safety managers, industrial hygienists, or human resource professionals.
The format will be zoom meetings in the mornings, leaving your afternoons open. With morning meetings the course will run 2 mornings, Monday and Tuesday. In the Hearing Conservation Course/Part Two (Mon & Tues) we will becoming familiar with all facets of occupational hearing conservation from noise surveys, hearing protection and fit-verification, to education, training, and managing of programs.
In this seminar, you’ll learn what you need to know about the OSHA regulations and hearing loss prevention strategies to become a key individual in coordinating a continuing and effective program.
Specifically you’ll learn about noise-induced hearing loss, how noise exposure is determined, the new technology of custom-fit hearing protection, the emerging trend of fit-verification for earplugs, the new Personal Attenuation Rating, the three traits of successful programs, the best methods to educate and motivate employees, dealing with STSs, entering events on the OSHA Log, and revising baseline tests. In addition, you’ll be able to identify STSs and know what to do when you find them.
Course includes Course materials (pdf), CAOHC Manual, hearing protection and a gift!
Please note, you may need to install computer programs. Please review our Course Attendance Checklist prior to the course’s start date!