CAOHC offers three print publications: The Hearing Conservation Manual 5th Edition (2014), Technology for a Quieter America, and Update newsletter.
The Hearing Conservation Manual 5th edition NEWLY PUBLISHED (2014) is recommended for members of the hearing conservation team in industry, military or mining including: occupational hearing conservationists, audiologists, physicians, industrial hygienists, acoustical engineers, safety engineers, and others. This manual will assist you in the front-line defense against hearing loss in your workers. For the full description and access to the order form click here.
Technology for a Quieter America is a manual published by the National Academy of Engineering that looks at the most commonly identified sources of noise, how they are characterized, and efforts that have been made to reduce noise emissions and experiences. The book also reviews the standards and regulations that govern noise levels and the federal, state, and local agencies that regulate noise for the benefit, safety, and wellness of society at large. For the full description and access to the order form click here.
Hearing Conservation Study Guide© contains instructional support information for the domains and tasks found in the Occupational Hearing Conservationist (OHC) Standardized Exam Blueprint. The Study Guide© was designed to be used by Course Directors (CDs) to help supplement their OHC course instruction and by OHCs to help them review for the Standardized Certification and Recertification exam. For the full description and access to the order form click here.
Update newsletter is published three times per year. It is distributed to Certified OHCs and Course Directors as a benefit of their certification. Archived issues are available in the Update section of the website.