How to Become CAOHC Certified as an Occupational Hearing Conservationist (OHC)
According to CAOHC's definition, a certified occupational hearing conservationist “is a person who can conduct the practice of hearing conservation, including a pure–tone air conduction hearing evaluation and other associated duties under appropriate supervision, and who can function with other members of the occupational hearing conservation program team.” Certification of OHCs
To become CAOHC certified as an OHC:
OHCs receive a congratulatory letter from the Council with their certification number, official certificate and a wallet ID card. In addition, they receive the newsletter known as the UPDATE – written by experts in the field of hearing conservation who will keep them informed about industry changes and offer specific and practical guidelines as a member of a hearing conservation team.
View the course outline for Course Leading to Accreditation as an Occupational Hearing Conservationist.
Contact CAOHC with questions about certification.