Who Needs Us

If you work in noise, you need us!

Occupational Noise Exposure, 29 CFR § 1910.95 requires Employees exposed to

85 dBA for an  8-hour time weighted average participate in a

Hearing Conservation Program. 

Hawaii Audiology Consultants provides Audiometric Testing and

Training Programs that help you stay compliant.

Work-related hearing loss is the second-most reported occupational illness or injury in the United States. 

Noise is a standard part of OSHA inspections. 

Noise-related fines total more than $600,000 annually, in manufacturing and construction industries alone.

In addition to citations and fines, Employees' hearing loss could lead to missed work, lowered productivity, and costly workers' compensation claims. 

Dirt Construction Site
Family Using a Tablet

Noise exposure can affect the health of Employees across a wide variety of industries and work environments. 

Investing in hearing conservation is a valuable step to maintain your company's OSHA compliance and preserve your Employees' short- and long-term hearing health.

Healthy, hearing Employees are
happier and more productive!

Further Reading

OSHA Regulations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) outlines its regulations in Occupational Noise Exposure, 29 CFR § 1910.95.

At a Glance:

Whenever Employee noise exposures equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average sound level (TWA) of 85 decibels, Employers shall implement a Hearing Conservation Program.
 

MSHA Regulations

The Mine Health and Safety Administration (MSHA) outlines its regulations in Occupational Noise Exposure, 30 CFR Part 62.

At a Glance:

Whenever Employee noise exposures equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average sound level (TWA) of 90 decibels, Employers shall implement a Hearing Conservation Program.
 

Hawaii Audiology Consultants offers services that meet both OSHA and MSHA regulations for Audiometric Testing by CAOHC-certified Technicians with Audiologist Evaluation, and Employee Training Programs.