The OSHA Hearing Conservation Amendment 29 CFR 1910.95 sets requirements and makes recommendations for occupational
The OSHA Hearing Conservation Amendment 29 CFR 1910.95 sets requirements and makes recommendations for occupational hearing conservation programs. Unfortunately, the methodology for compliance and implementation of these programs is less clearly defined, making it difficult for companies to establish effective programs on their own. This company's goal is to help other companies determine their needs through a hearing conservation program evaluation, conducted by an audiologist. Once these needs are identified, the company offers a complete line of audiometric services that will help to achieve compliance and ensure the protection of the employee's hearing. Annual employee education programs are tailored to a company's specific needs. Employee counseling by a certified licensed audiologist enhances program effectiveness.
They provide complete data management services as an alternative to Audio Management Software. They also process audiometric test data and provide individual employee and management summary reports in an expedient manner for any occupational setting. An audiologist review is available for "problem" audiograms. Other services include earmold impressions for customized hearing protection, audiometer rental, and calibration services.
OMI, 11211 Katy Freeway, Suite 430, Houston, TX 77079. Tel: 713-869-6664; Fax: 713-869-6708.