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The Hearing Conservation Program educates construction employees on how to conduct hearing testing and prevent hearing losses due to loud construction operations. High levels of noise can cause hearing loss and possibly other health problems. As a result, OSHA created a Hearing Conservation Program safety training to lower the possibility of long-term hearing loss for workers who are exposed to loud construction noise at work.

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What does OSHA require in a Hearing Conservation Program?

Construction employers are required by the Hearing Conservation program to accurately identify employees exposed to noise at or above 85 decibels (dB), averaged over 8 working hours, or an 8-hour time-weighted average (TWA).

When must your employer establish a Hearing Conservation program?

8 Hour TWA noise levels of 85 dB or above.

What is the purpose of a workplace Hearing Conservation program?

The purpose of the workplace Hearing Conservation Program is to save employees from hearing loss caused by construction operations.

What is the first step in the Hearing Conservation program?

The first step of the Hearing Conservation Program is to conduct an assessment to figure out if the noise levels at the construction site are above permissible levels.

Can an employee refuse an OSHA hearing test?

No, taking a hearing test is compulsory.

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