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LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK   13088

 
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AUDIOMETRIC (HEARING) TESTING

Sonic Safety Services trained and certified staff provides on-site Audiometric Testing. We can use the clients test equipment or our own audiometers and portable test booth. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Frequency of Test

  • All employees in the Hearing Conservation Program must be tested annually as required by CFR 29 Part 1910.95 and ANSI S3.1-1991.

  • Retests for any invalid test or STS (Standard Threshold Shifts) must be conducted within 30 days.

Type of Tests

  • Air conduction, pure tone audiometric threshold tests will be conducted at 500hz, 1000hz, 2000hz, 3000hz, 4000hz, 6000hz, and 8000hz in each ear.

  • NOTE: All tests will be conducted by a Certified Audiometric Technician who has completed a twenty hour approved CAOHC (Council on Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation) Course.

  • A biologic calibration check will be conducted on the audiometer at the beginning of each session and every four hours during the session.

Forms

  • A hearing history form will be completed that contains, test date, time, name, id number, birth date, job description, noise exposure (when available), type of test (i.e. annual, baseline, pre-employment, exit), medical & exposure history, audiometer make, model, serial number, calibration date and the technician & employee signatures.

Equipment

  • Tests will be conducted in sound booths meeting CFR 29 Part 1910.95 and ANSI S3.1-1991

  • Audiometers will meet CFR 29 Part 1910.95 standards

    NOTE: Audiometers will have an annual Exhaustive, Electro-acoustic Calibration.

Reports

  • When Sonic Safety is not responsible for record keeping and reviewing the tests, the client will be issued a list of employees tested, the completed hearing history form, and a printout of the AUDIOMETRIC test.

  • When Sonic Safety is responsible for record keeping and reviewing the tests, the tests will be compared to the base line (when available) following the completion of the test. When a standard threshold shift is indicated, counseling will occur and a retest scheduled.

  • The employer will receive letters for each employee indicating their status following review. These letters will also be used to notify the employee in writing when testing indicates an abnormality where referral to their personal physician or audiologist is recommended.

  • A comprehensive report will be made available that will include names & numbers of people tested, a list of results, copies of letters for employee files and any recommendation resulting from the test review.

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