A Guide to Establishing OSHA-Compliant Occupational Hearing Testing Program

To share what they've learned, SHOEBOX has put together a comprehensive reference guide.


Whether you're interested in bringing your hearing conservation program in-house, or you're a service provider looking to expand your offerings, this guide will provide answers to the most common questions they get asked.


It covers the specific OSHA requirements for compliant audiometric testing including testing environments; test frequencies and levels; required equipment; calibration; testing processes; scheduling; audiological review; actioning hearing shifts; providing notifications to employees, and more. Download now!

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For nearly half a decade, SHOEBOX has been leading the evolution of hearing testing solutions for Occupational Hearing Conservation. They were the first to put an easy-to-use automated hearing test on an iPad, optimized for testing outside of a sound booth. Learn more here‚Äč.