Hearing Conservation Awareness

  • What is hazardous noise and how to know if you are in a hazardous noise environment, and its affects on hearing?
  • The structure of the ear and the mechanics of hearing.
  • When a hearing conservation program must be in place
  • Monitoring of noise and employee notification.
  • The purpose and procedures of audio metric testing.
  • The purpose of hearing protection, the advantages, disadvantages and attenuation of various types and the selection, fitting, use and care of hearing protection.
  • Record keeping and access to the standard 1910.95 and training materials.

Class Length: 2 hours

Who need to attend: Suggested for Employees with exposure to loud noises

How Often: Annual or as needed

This training is approved for Water Credit.