OSHA Violation Information Tables The ultimate goal and driving force for any hearing conservation program should always be the prevention of noise induced hearing loss. It is, however, the desire to avoid an OSHA citation that often motivates employers to participate. The following tables provide information regarding OSHA citations relative to company size ... Article
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OSHA Violation Information Tables
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OSHA Violation Information Tables
Perspectives on Hearing Conservation and Occupational Audiology, October 2000, Vol. 7, 5. doi:10.1044/hcoa7.1.5
Perspectives on Hearing Conservation and Occupational Audiology, October 2000, Vol. 7, 5. doi:10.1044/hcoa7.1.5
The ultimate goal and driving force for any hearing conservation program should always be the prevention of noise induced hearing loss. It is, however, the desire to avoid an OSHA citation that often motivates employers to participate. The following tables provide information regarding OSHA citations relative to company size and the facets of hearing conservation programs most often found in violation.
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