Hearing Conservation Manual: Chapter Details

Appendices and Index

  • Appendix A: OHC Scope of Practice
  • Appendix B: PS Scope of Practice
  • Appendix C: OSHA Noise Regulation, 29 CFR 1910.95, Occupational Noise Exposure; Hearing Conservation Amendment; Final Rule, Effective March 8, 1983
  • Appendix D: List of OSHA Interpretation and Compliance Letters
  • Appendix E: OSHA Regulation Checklist
  • Appendix F: MSHA Noise Regulation, 30 CFR Part 62, Occupational Noise Exposure, Effective Sept, 13, 2000
  • Appendix G MSHA Regulation-Compliance Checklist
  • Appendix H: FRA Noise Regulation, 49 CFR 227 and 229, FRA Final Rule on Occupational Noise Exposures for Railroad Operating Workers, Effective Feb. 26, 2007
  • Appendix I: FRA Regulation-Compliance Checklist
  • Appendix J: NIOSH Hearing Conservation Checklist
  • Appendix K: ANSI S3.21-2004 (ANSI, 2009) American National Standard Method for Manual Pure-Tone Threshold Audiometry
  • Appendix L: ANSI-ASA S12.6-2008 Methods for Measuring the Real-Ear Attenuation of Hearing Protectors
  • Appendix M: ANSI S12.13 TR-2002 (R2010) American National Standard Technical Report Evaluating the Effectiveness of Hearing Conservation Programs through Audiometric Data Base Analysis
  • Appendix N: Hearing Loss Statutes in the U.S. and Canada
  • Appendix O: Guidelines for Baseline Revision, published by the National Hearing Conservation Association
  • Appendix P: OSHA/NIOSH/NHCA Alliance Document (Best Practice Bulletin); Hearing Protection-Emerging Trends: Individual Fit Testing
  • Appendix Q: Fix-a-Fit
  • Appendix R: Inquiring Ears Want to Know
  • Appendix S: Sample Daily Calibration Log DD2217
  • Appendix T: Sample Functional Listening Check Log
  • Appendix U: Engineering Noise Control (Three part Update series)
  • Appendix V: Websites
  • Index

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