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SAFETY IS NOT A CHOICE, IT'S A RESPONSIBILITY WE OWE TO OURSELVES AND THOSE AROUND US

Introduction

The Hearing Conservation Program course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the causes and effects of noise-induced hearing loss and the methods for protecting workers from this type of injury. The course covers the requirements of OSHA's Hearing Conservation Standard and the steps employers must take to develop and implement a Hearing Conservation Program.

Objectives:

  • To educate participants on the causes and effects of noise-induced hearing loss
  • To provide an understanding of OSHA's Hearing Conservation Standard
  • To teach participants the steps involved in developing and implementing a Hearing Conservation Program
  • To discuss the importance of regular hearing tests and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of noise-induced hearing loss
  • OSHA's Hearing Conservation Standard
  • Developing and implementing a Hearing Conservation Program
  • The importance of regular hearing tests and the use of PPE

Delivery Method: This course is delivered through a combination of lecture, interactive discussions, and multimedia presentations. Participants will have opportunities to ask questions and engage in group activities to reinforce their understanding of the material.

Duration: The course is typically delivered over half a day and participants will receive a certificate of completion upon finishing the course.

Who Should Attend: This course is ideal for supervisors, managers, safety professionals, and employees who are responsible for protecting workers from noise-induced hearing loss. This course is also suitable for employees who are exposed to high levels of noise and want to gain a better understanding of how to protect their hearing.

By completing this course, participants will have a solid understanding of the causes and effects of noise-induced hearing loss and the steps involved in developing and implementing a Hearing Conservation Program. This knowledge will enable organizations to comply with OSHA regulations and promote the health and safety of their employees.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding of hearing conservation principles: The program covers the principles and practices of hearing conservation in the workplace, including the importance of protecting workers from hearing loss and other hearing-related hazards.
  • Knowledge of hearing conservation regulations and standards: The program covers the latest OSHA regulations and industry best practices in hearing conservation, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the field.
  • Ability to identify and assess hearing hazards: Upon completion of the program, you will have the skills to identify potential hearing hazards in the workplace and assess their level of risk.
  • Understanding of hearing hazard control measures and procedures: The program covers various control measures and procedures for reducing or eliminating hearing hazards, including how to develop and implement effective hearing conservation programs.
  • Knowledge of hearing conservation training and education: The program covers the importance of training and educating employees on hearing conservation, including how to develop and deliver effective hearing conservation training programs.

Course Brief

  • Course Contents
  • Entry Requirements
  • Pricing
COURSE CONTENTS
TRAINING SHOULD EMPHASIZE ON THE FOLLOWING CONTENTS WITH INDEPTH CASE STUDIES
Introduction to Hearing Conservation OSHA Standards and Regulations Noise Measurement and Evaluation
Hearing Protection Devices Training and Education Hearing Conservation Programs
Special Topics in Hearing Conservation

Training should emphasize on the following contents;

  • Introduction to Hearing Conservation: Overview of hearing conservation in construction and industry, importance of protecting worker's hearing from noise exposure, understanding the risks and consequences of noise-induced hearing loss
  • OSHA Standards and Regulations: Identifying the most relevant OSHA standards and regulations related to hearing conservation, understanding the requirements and responsibilities set by OSHA for employers and employees, assessing the risk of OSHA violations and penalties
  • Noise Measurement and Evaluation: Understanding how to measure noise levels in the workplace, understanding the criteria for determining if a hearing conservation program is necessary, understanding the importance of accurate and timely noise level measurement and evaluation
  • Hearing Protection Devices: Understanding the types of hearing protection devices (HPDs) available, understanding the proper selection, use, and maintenance of HPDs, understanding the limitations and capabilities of HPDs
  • Training and Education: Providing training for employees and contractors on OSHA standards and regulations, promoting hearing conservation culture and awareness, encouraging active participation in hearing conservation
  • Hearing Conservation Programs: Developing a hearing conservation program, implementing a hearing conservation program, monitoring and evaluating a hearing conservation program
  • Special Topics in Hearing Conservation: Understanding specific OSHA standards for particular industries (e.g. construction, manufacturing), understanding specific OSHA standards for specific hazards (e.g. fall protection, hazardous materials), understanding the long-term consequences of noise-induced hearing loss

Entry Requirements

We believe in providing high-quality learning experiences to anyone who is willing to learn and improve their occupational safety and health skills. This course is designed to cater to individuals from diverse backgrounds and levels of expertise. To ensure a positive learning experience for all students, we have established some minimum entry requirements that need to be met before enrolling in our course.

Applicants to this program must possess the following:

  • have a recognized undergraduate degree or equivalent in engineering or a relevant science discipline, or
  • demonstrate equivalent academic ability based on industrial experience or membership of a professional institution, or
  • minimum one year of experience in occupational safety and health.
FEE STRUCTURE FOR 2023-24
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Program Duration

This course is designed to help you reach your goals at your own pace and on your own schedule. Instructional contact-time must be a minimum of 8 hours. Most students intend to complete their studies via online learning within 1 month.

Career Opportunities

Following these careers typically involve developing and implementing safety programs and policies.

  • Hearing Conservation Coordinator: A hearing conservation coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing hearing conservation programs in an organization, ensuring that the workplace is in compliance with all relevant hearing conservation regulations and standards.
  • Health and Safety Officer: A health and safety officer is responsible for ensuring that an organization is in compliance with health and safety regulations and maintaining a safe workplace for employees.
  • Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Consultant: An OHS consultant provides expert advice and guidance to organizations on how to comply with occupational health and safety regulations and maintain a safe workplace for employees.
  • Corporate Safety Manager: A corporate safety manager is responsible for developing and implementing safety programs for a large organization, ensuring that the organization is in compliance with all relevant safety regulations and standards.
  • Safety and Health Trainer: A safety and health trainer is responsible for providing safety and health training to employees in an organization, including training on hearing conservation.

Program Features

The course features a range of benefits and features that are designed to enhance your learning experience and provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed.

Some of the key features of our course include:

  • Comprehensive curriculum
  • Convenient online format
  • Interactive learning experience
  • Certificate of completion, Transcript, and Wallet Card
  • Access to the online community

What You Will Get

Professional Recognition

Our program has been designed to meet the highest standards of quality and rigor and is backed by the expertise of our experienced instructors.

Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion that is widely recognized in the industry as a demonstration of your knowledge and commitment to safety. Certificate issued by the American Institute of Safety Professionals is accepted by a wide range of employers and regulatory agencies, making it a valuable addition to your resume or professional portfolio.

In addition to the certificate, you will also receive access to our online community of safety professionals, where you can network with others in the field and continue to build your knowledge and expertise. Our community is a vibrant and supportive network of professionals who are committed to promoting a safe and healthy work environment. Our program is also recognized by a number of professional organizations and regulatory agencies.

We are proud to offer a program that is widely recognized as a leading resource in the field of Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment. This course is accredited by the American Institute of Safety Professionals, upon successful completion of the course candidate shall be awarded with a master certificate, course certificate (if applicable) transcript, and wallet cards.

English language requirements

To enroll in AISP diploma, programs or courses, prospective students are typically required to meet certain English language requirements. These requirements are put in place to ensure that students are able to effectively communicate and comprehend course material, participate in discussions and group projects, and complete written assignments to a high standard.

Meeting English language requirements is an important part of the enrollment process as it ensures that students are able to effectively communicate and comprehend course material, participate in discussions and group projects, and complete written assignments to a high standard.

  • Applicants will need a good English Language ability to succeed in their program. Those for whom English is not their first language are suggested to have;
  • Achieved a minimum of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent and
  • Or have successfully completed courses (of 1 year or more in duration) delivered in English.

Final Examination Information

All students must achieve a minimum 70% score to successfully pass the examination which shall be taken online through AISP assigned portal. After successful completion of the examination, students will get their results immediately on their registered emails. This is an open-book exam and students are permitted to use a separate browser window to review course content while taking the exam. If you do not pass the examination you may retake the examination. Students are allowed to take an exam three times within one month. During this time, students should review the course material to improve their understanding.

Additional fees information

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