Hearing loss can occur when a person is exposed to noise at 90 decibels for a time weighted average of 8 hours. Grinders, welders, and heavy equipment produce this noise level. A good rule of thumb is if two workers are three feet apart, and they have to shout to be heard, the background noise levels are too loud. Employers with occupational noise exposure in excess of the limits must have a company hearing monitoring program, hearing conservation training for employees, and a written hearing protection program. The Hearing Conservation Compliance Kit provides everything you need to train on and administer this program.
With this product you can:
- Download it immediately.
- Train employees on the requirements of hearing conservation and the proper use of hearing protection.
- Customize your training materials.
- Create a written hearing protection program for your business.
- Issue hearing conservation wallet cards.
- Hearing Conservation PowerPoint® - A training presentation (about 45 slides) that covers the safety precautions and requirements for working in a facility with high noise levels. It works great as it is - but you can make it even better by adding your own pictures and text.
- Training Documentation - Class outline, quiz, answer key, student worksheet, certificate of completion, wallet card template, training roster, class evaluation and more.
- Safety Policy - A complete hearing conservation policy, written in Microsoft Word®. This plan can be edited easily. Add it to your company EHS program.
- Forms - Hearing results tracking form.
- References - Regulations, OSHA Hearing Conservation Guide.
- Classroom - About 1 hour
- 29 CFR 1910.95 - Occupational Noise Exposure
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