OSHA Hearing Conservation Regulations
OSHA regulations require employers to monitor noise levels in the workplace. If this cannot be accomplished through engineering, employers must include employees in a hearing conservation program.
At the Institute for Environmental Assessment, Inc. (IEA), our consultants assist in the development of hearing conservation plans, perform necessary monitoring and arrange for audiograms for employees who may be experiencing noise induced hearing loss. IEA is a health and safety consulting firm based in Minnesota and Nebraska that serves school districts, industrial entities, hospitals and government agencies. Founded in 1984, our firm assists clients throughout the United States.
To learn how IEA can help you with hearing protection and provide other hearing-related services, contact us toll-free. Call 800.233.9513.
What we do
- Noise surveys and exposure monitoring
- Noise mitigation recommendations, including engineering solutions or administrative actions
- Customized written plans outlining the steps the employer will take to conserve employee hearing
Contact us for more information about hearing conservation. Call toll-free at 800.233.9513.