OSHA Safety Pro: Hearing Protection Program

Your guide to preventing hearing loss using OSHA’s Occupational Noise Exposure Standards.

This course covers the hazards relating to occupational noise exposure. We will cover effective methods in developing an effective hearing protection program. This course teaches how to identify environments which could be harmful to one’s hearing and employ countermeasures to protect against it.

What you’ll learn

  • Protect the important things in life, such as your ability to hear and respond to the world around through a hearing conservation program. Occupational noise exposure effects not just our hearing, but our self confidence as well. Take this course and learn how to protect it..

Course Content

  • What this course is about..
  • What this course does for you? … Its yours to keep and use..
  • Permanent damage to your hearing..
  • Good practices..
  • Noise and Hearing Protection.
  • Job site inspection. Exposure to noise hazards..

OSHA Safety Pro: Hearing Protection Program

Requirements

  • This safety course is geared towards protecting ones hearing and controlling occupational noise exposure. We will discuss OSHA noise exposure standards 1910.95 and 1926.52..
Description

This course covers the hazards relating to occupational noise exposure. We will cover effective methods in developing an effective hearing protection program. This course teaches how to identify environments which could be harmful to one’s hearing and employ countermeasures to protect against it.

This short, yet effective course is delivered in video format with with the occasional quiz. Screen shots and photos of job sites where occupational noise control plans are implemented are delivered to students in an interactive manner. Students interact with photos of job site occupational noise exposure environments to determine if whether or not engineering controls or protective equipment is required.

 

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who has a concern for their hearing. This may include city workers, construction or general industry employees, or anyone who experiences ringing in the ears or is concerned about hearing loss.
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