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About CAOHC

CAOHC was created in 1973 to fill the need for guidelines and standards in the occupational hearing conservation field. We are a non-profit association that certifies Audiometric Technicians working in industry through a prescribed curriculum conducted by certified Course Directors. Our certification period is five years. CAOHC is mentioned in the Federal Register 1910.95 as the educational standard and CAOHC certification is required for technicians working in the mining industry as indicated in the Mine Safety Health Act of 2000.

Mission

The mission of CAOHC is to promote the conservation of hearing by enhancing the quality of occupational hearing conservation programs by: providing education and information in occupational hearing conservation; providing standards and accreditation of personnel involved in occupational hearing conservation; promoting quality assurance of occupational hearing conservation programs; and promoting awareness and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss.

Make up of organization

The following component professional organizations (CPO) are represented on the CAOHC Council.

American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS)
American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN)
American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM)
American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Institute of Noise Control Engineering (INCE)
Military Audiology Association (MAA)

About the UPDATE newsletter

Constituency

For a sample newsletter go to: http://www.caohc.org/updatearticles/

Number of issues

3 times annually

Circulation:
21,500 Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist
350 Certified Course Directors
75 Subscriptions; scientific writers; CPO publications

Editorial Statement & Rate Card

All advertising material submitted must be relative to the interests and needs of our constituency and subject to editorial review. Space sold on a first-come/first serve basis.

Full Page (8 ½ X 11): $ 2,000.00 per issue
Half Page (7 ½" x 5" horizontal) or (10" x 3 3/4" vertical): $ 1,100.00 per issue
Quarter Page (3 6/8" X 5"): $ 750.00 per issue

4% discount available on multiple issue ad placement (to qualify for multiple issue rate, ads do not have to be consecutive, but must fall within 3 consecutive issues).

Closing Dates

Issue 2: June 30, 2017  

Issue 3: October 30, 2017

Mechanical Requirements & Mailing Instructions

Offset press – two color. Overall trim size 8 ½” x 11”. The UPDATE is a 2-color publication, PMS blue #301 and PMS orange #145. Ads will be one color.
Digital (Disk or e-mail transmission accepted if:
High resolution PDF (if editing is not required)
Graphics accepted as TIF, EPS or JPG. High resolution 300 dpi
Logos accepted as EPS
Text accepted in Word – Rich Text Format (RTF) preferable, DOC will be accepted
TIF and JPG files should be enlarged beyond their original size.
Film:
Right reading; emulsion down negative
Screens: 150-line screen recommended, with a minimum 133-line
No bleed
Camera-ready text and glossy photographs or reproduction proofs required. Additional charges will be added for ads that are not at least 1200 dpi on coated paper or in film negative form.
No graphics from the Internet will be accepted due to low resolution.
Publisher is not responsible for advertising materials left unclaimed after a one-year period from the date of last insertion of said materials. Sorry, no commissions or agency discounts available on rates.

Send all insertion orders, correspondence, copy, proofs and film to:

E-mail: info@caohc.org or

Mail to:
Gabriela L. Haugen, Marketing and Education Program Manager
CAOHC
555 E. Wells Street / Ste 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3823
Phone: 414/276-5338 Fax: 414/276-2146

CAOHC has the right to reject any advertising that is in conflict with promoting the conservation of hearing by enhancing the quality of occupational hearing conservation programs.