“An employer must provide, at the employer’s expense, the following audiometric tests for a worker exposed to excess noise: (a) an initial baseline test as soon as is practicable, but not later than six months after the worker is employed or within six months after a worker is exposed to excess noise because of a change in the worker’s duties or process conditions…”
Worksafe Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code 2009
Audiometric Assessment & Testing is Essential to Your Hearing Management Program
Audiometric testing is a vital component for your noise management program, to remain compliant with WorkSafe standards, and to guard the health and safety of your employees. At Rocky Mountain Mobile Hearing Testing, we can provide on-site mobile audiometric testing.
Our goal is to make your audiometric testing as effective, efficient and as quick as possible. Our mobile hearing testing allows us to visit facilities and workplaces in Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton and Red Deer, and provide high-quality testing.
With advanced equipment, calibrated to WorkSafe guidelines, and a team of friendly certified technicians, we can measure the strength of your workers’ hearing without interrupting their work. With a flexible schedule built around your time, we’re ready to assist your workplace with meeting WorkSafe standards. Once completed, you will have a better understanding of your worksite’s influence on your employee’s hearing and the effectiveness of your hearing conservation program.
Fast & Efficient On-Site Audiometric Testing
We can provide on-the-spot tests and effective results for employees in all facilities throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Eastern BC. Our service is fast, efficient and will not disrupt your operations. The process for our on-site audiometric testing is simple and effective. Workers will complete a questionnaire prior to their test. From there, the worker will sit in a CSA approved sound booth in our mobile facility, where they will hear a series of audible tones at various volumes and frequencies. With each set of beeps, the worker will click the responder button to determine if they hear the sound. It will take no more than 15 minutes for the whole process. Once the audiometry test is over, our technicians will go over the results with your workers to determine if they need any additional support, and discuss hearing protection used. A comprehensive report will be provided to help quantify your hearing conservation program.
Permanent hearing loss results from exposure to noise above 85 dBA for an 8 hour day or its equivalent (85 dBA Lex).
*Stats from The Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia
Why Rocky Mountain Is The Best
Benefits of On-Site Audiometric Testing
We understand the struggle that comes with conducting audiometric assessment & testing in a time that suits your work, but our mobile service makes it easy.
Our on-site mobile testing facilities are spacious, providing your workers will enough room to be comfortable for the test. With two CSA approved sound booths, we can guarantee perfect results, while ensuring that we test workers at a fast rate. We can provide an efficient day of testing without disrupting productivity.
You’ll save time and money with our mobile OSHA audiometric testing, ensuring that the work keeps going while your employees get tested. We have made it easy for you to guarantee that your workers are getting the protection they need and that the facility is aligned with your hearing management program. Get an audiometric assessment with us today.
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