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OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 - Best Practices in Implementing a Successful Hearing Conservation Program (MFG575J)

Presented by: Nate Burgei
 
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Event Description

How to Comply with OSHA Standard 1910.95 by Implementing Effective Hearing Conservation Programs and Noise Monitoring

According to OSHA, noise represents one of the most oft-cited violations in the workplace. Employers are required by the agency’s Standard 1910.95 to “ administer a continuing, effective hearing conservation program whenever employee noise exposures equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average sound level (TWA) of 85 decibels measured on the A scale (slow response) or, equivalently, a dose of fifty percent.”

What this means for employers who operate construction sites, warehouses and other sites with loud equipment like drills, gas-powered machinery and pneumatic tools is that OSHA is watching – or, rather, is listening. Employers in certain industries are required to conduct noise sampling, but even safety professionals are often unfamiliar with OSHA’s requirements in this key area of compliance risk.

Join compliance expert Nate Burgei in this live webinar to learn the sampling requirements and the best practices for protecting your employees from the dangers of noise. Also, learn what is involved in a Hearing Conservation Program and review the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.95. Get the information and guidance to properly comply with the standards and avoid OSHA citations.

Session Highlights

  • The hazards of noise exposure
  • Understanding hazard recognition and hazard abatement
  • How to monitor for comparison to the action level and the PEL
  • When is a hearing conservation program necessary
  • How to set up a training program in compliance with Section 1910.95
  • Ensuring employee participation in the training program
  • Sampling requirements and best practices
  • The ins and outs of effective noise monitoring
  • Necessary elements of a hearing conservation program
  • Review the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.95

Who Should Attend

  • Facility Director/Managers
  • Company Safety Directors/Managers
  • Safety Team Members
  • Supervisors
  • Warehouse Managers
  • Industrial Hygienists
  • Human Resources Directors/Managers
About Our Speaker(s)

Nate Burgei | OSHA Safety SpeakerNate Burgei
Nate Burgei graduated from the Ohio State University with a B.S. in Biology in 2007. He is currently an Industrial Hygienist with Safex, Inc. Prior to joining Safex, Nate worked nearly three years as a Compliance Safety and Health Office for OSHA and nearly three years in the Office of Worker Safety and Health for the ... More info

 
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    Event Title: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 - Best Practices in Implementing a Successful Hearing Conservation Program
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