Industrial Hearing Testing
Protect your employees hearing and avoid expensive OSHA fines. Add a Doctor of Audiology to your team.
Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) is a serious occupational hazard in professions that expose workers to loud and/or continuous sounds. Over thirty million employees work in hazardous noise levels. Most occupational hearing loss happens gradually over the course of years, making it difficult to notice. But with appropriate measures, workplace hearing loss is completely preventable.
Dr. Woods has been bringing hearing care to residents of southern New Hampshire and nearby Massachusetts since 2004. She specializes in diagnostic testing and treatment for both adults and children, including testing and treatment for tinnitus, sudden hearing loss and early intervention. Dr Woods is excited to bring her level of expertise to the industrial sector, offering a local and personal touch for employers in Southern NH/Massachusetts area.
ON-SITE AUDIOGRAM CLINIC
Testing will be completed in the comfort of your training room or conference room where we can test up to 6 employees at a time.
OSHA regulates noise exposure for many industries under 29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise Exposure. We are certified Occupational Hearing Conservationists that understand the regulations and will help to keep your employees safe and compliant with the standards set by OSHA.
We use the most updated medical technology to ensure the health of your employees and that we are following OSHA Standards and Guidelines.
Your employee's health is our top priority. We take all steps necessary to protect them before, during and after testing.
Save time and money by keeping your employees healthy and at work.
We provide data and reports after hearing tests are performed so decisions can be made for each employee and your company.
DR. WOODS HEARING CENTER HAS CAOHC CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS
The Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation, advances best practices in occupational hearing conservation worldwide, through credentialing, standards, education, and advocacy. Our vision is a world without occupational hearing loss.