Audiometric Associates offers management reports electronically or in paper format according to client preference. Our software provides a simple, quick, and efficient method of evaluating test results and our unique tracking system monitors hearing levels over time. Letters of notification are provided to the employer for any employees having OSHA-defined shifts or medical referrals. We incorporate historical data into Audiometric’s database and easily provide a wide variety of comprehensive reports to suit your exacting needs. Our professional audiologists are available to guide you through the entire program.
A professional audiologist reviews each audiogram to evaluate individual results and monitor significant trends in the test group. Employers are then advised of test findings and appropriate follow-up action to be taken. Audiometric Associates works closely with employers in addressing all hearing conservation program needs.
Audiologists provide OSHA-required professional supervision of audiometric testing programs conducted in-house by companies and clinics. The data management service includes overseeing serial audiograms, revising baseline audiograms, and identifying recordable threshold shifts for the OSHA-300 log.