Need a Company-Specific Hearing Conservation Program? Start with this Model Program!

July 18, 2018

Your company must establish a hearing conservation program to help prevent occupational noise-related hearing loss when mechanical construction, service, and/or fabrication shop workers can be exposed to noise levels that are at or above established permissible exposure levels. MCAA’s Model Hearing Conservation Program can be quickly and easily tailored to create a company-specific hearing conservation program.

If you have any questions about this publication, or about other occupational safety and health issues, please contact Pete Chaney.

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