OSHA Hearing Conservation Requirements

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This webcast will provide an overview of the fundamental OSHA requirements associated with OSHA’s general industry Hearing Conservation Standard, 29 CFR 1910.95. We will discuss noise sampling strategies, audiograms, training requirements, and the hierarchy of controls including PPE to ensure your facility is properly identifying, evaluating and controlling noise hazards to protect employee health and safety.

Duration:

25:57

Original Broadcast Date:

June 26, 2020

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