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Cal OSHA’s regulatory reference is CCR Title 8 Section 5095 - 5100
Hearing Conservation Written Program
This program is required of all employers whose employees are exposed to an excess of 85 dbA averaged over an 8 hour TWA. This policy meets the Cal OSHA program requirements and creates consistency in management of noise exposure. CCR Title 8 Section 5097.

The Hearing Conservation Policy will address the following requirements:
1. Noise Exposure Monitoring
2. Audiometric Testing Program.
3. Evaluation of Audiogram.
4. Audiometric Test Requirements.
5. Supply of Hearing Protectors
6. Training in the following:
a. The effects of noise on hearing;
b. The purpose of hearing protectors, the advantages, disadvantages, and attenuation of various types, and instructions on selection, fitting, use, and care; and
c. The purpose of audiometric testing, and an explanation of the test procedures.

Hearing Conservation Employee Training
This training session will ensure that the students understand the potential for noise exposure and their liability and responsibility as it relates to the company's Hearing Conservation Program. Individuals who participate in this training will be given a comprehensive overview of the Standard, your written policies and procedures, how excessive noise exposure can adversely affect their hearing, how to protect against excessive exposure, and how to properly use the provided hearing protectors.

Participants will receive materials/handouts needed to assist in subject retention. Class will last approximately 1 hour. The session will consist of lecture, handouts and video presentation.


The Hearing Conservation Standard
  requires the following issues to be addressed:

  1. Conduct an evaluation of workplace noise exposures
  2. Develop a Written Program
  3. Provide Baseline & Annual audiometric exams to affected employees
  4. * Acquire appropriate hearing protectors
  5. Conduct initial and annual training for affected employees
  6. Establish Procedures To Maintain The Program

* To be provided by a safety equipment supplier

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