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hearing conservation training

  • Hearing Conservation

    (HRT2048-F6T) This training course provides information to help employees prevent noise-induced hearing loss. It also explains the purpose and components of a Hearing Conservation Program.

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from Hearing Conservation Training line

  • CAOHC Occupational Hearing Conservation Technician Training

    Courses are approved and instructors are certified by the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC). This 20-hour initial certification training is referenced in both OSHA and MSHA noise standards. It is designed to train personnel conducting hearing testing; implementing or supervising hearing conservation programs.

    By Workplace INTEGRA, Inc. based in Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Hearing Conservation: Protecting Yourself from Hearing Loss Online Course

    This course covers how excessive noise in the workplace effects or even damages hearing, and what measures can be taken to reduce noise, or alternatively, what devices can be worn to protect one’s ears against excessive noise. Also discussed is the measurement and monitoring of noise, audiometric testing, and your company’s Hearing ...

  • Hearing Protection (Online Course)

    The experts have stressed the importance of ear protection. Is their advice falling on deaf ears? Ssshhhh! Listen: sensori-neural hearing loss can be prevented – through proper testing, equipment and training. Teach your employees the proper use of hearing protection and help them understand its importance – both on and off the job. ...

  • Annual Training

    Good training is vital to hearing loss prevention! An OSHA/MSHA-compliant hearing conservation training video is presented to the employee while on the test van. The audio portion is presented under headphones in either English or Spanish as appropriate. Documentation of completed training is provided to the employer.

    By Workplace INTEGRA, Inc. based in Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Workplace Air and Noise Surveys Course

    OSHA requirements for hearing conservation and respiratory protection programs are triggered by how much noise or air contaminants your workers are exposed to at work. If you don’t know exactly what their exposures are, your company could be subjected to OSHA inspections, citations, penalties, and lawsuits.

    By OSHA Pros USA based in North Richland Hills, COLORADO (USA). from Workplace Air and Noise Surveys Course Training line

  • Online Training Options

    GLA can create computer based training modules that integrate with your existing learning management system (LMS). Built on a Lectora platform, the results of tests can be transferred directly to your database. Choose for existing programs such as HazCom, RCRA, Hearing Conservation, or Lockout/Tagout. For a complete list of regulatory training ...

    By GreenLeaf Americas, Inc. (GLA) based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Health & Safety Training

    Training is provided on the following health & safety topics: Illness & injury prevention, Respiratory protection—including respirator selection/care and fit testing, Hearing conservation, Hazard communication, Emergency response and preparedness, Laboratory safety, Confined space, Mine safety, Construction safety, Bloodborne ...

    By Risk Control Consulting Services based in Antioch, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Compliance SafetyTraining

    ESI offers a wide variety of classes for employees and supervisors, including, but not limited to: Accident InvestigationAccident RecoveryAutomated External DefibrillationAsbestos AwarenessBack Safety (Manual Lifting)Blood borne PathogensBoat SafetyIncident CommanderCrane Operator/Rigger CertificationCompressed Air and GasesEmergency ...

    By Environmental & Safety Investigations based in Anaheim Hills, , CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Environmental Litigation

    This advanced course of study, now in its 33rd year, provides a unique opportunity for private and public-sector environmental lawyers to refine their litigation skills by understanding better how litigation problems, substantive environmental law, and science relate to each other. The course offers both lectures and demonstrations of a ...

    By American Law Institute (ALI) based in Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

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