Presented: Jul 12, 2022 Available until: Jul 31, 2023
Hearing conservation programs are intended to prevent occupational hearing loss. This presentation summarizes the required components of OSHA’s hearing conservation program for general industry. We will discuss monitoring, audiometric testing, hearing protectors, training, and recordkeeping requirements.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Describe when hearing conservation programs are required.
- List the required components (identification/monitoring, control methods, audiometric testing, and recordkeeping) of a hearing conservation program.
- Identify methods for managing a successful hearing conservation program.
Justin Harness, MS, CHMM, REM, CSP, CIEE
Mr. Harness is an experienced environmental, health, and safety professional with a passion for training. Currently working as a consultant servicing a variety of industries in the Northeast (Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey), he has over 13 years of career experience in both the public and private sectors.
This course contains 1 hours of instruction. 0.1 CEUs are offered for this course.
As an IACET Accredited Provider, Bowen Learning Network offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.
Eligible for BGC CM hours, BCSP COC points, IHMM CMP credit, and more.
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To receive a Certificate of Completion for this course, participants are required to complete the following items:
- Participate in the live webinar or review the on-demand webinar recording.
- Score 70% or higher on the quiz.
- Complete the webinar evaluation.
No certificate will be awarded to participants who do not meet the above completion requirements.
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