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Employees exposed to loud noise in the workplace may suffer from temporary or permanent hearing loss, as well as other negative health effects. OSHA's hearing conservation program requires that employees exposed to a noise level that averages at or above 85 dB per 8 hours worked be trained annually in the effects of noise, and the correct criteria for selecting hearing protection.
This online course is designed to meet OSHA's annual training requirements at 29 CFR 1910.95. It covers the effects of noise on hearing loss, selecting the proper protection, and using, fitting, and maintaining hearing protective equipment.