CAOHC and NHCA have teamed up to produce the following one-hour webinars to provide a really effective and affordable way to apply incremental improvements to any hearing conservation program.

Each topic is presented by a top industry expert in the field of hearing conservation and covers the most important elements in a condensed, time-effective manner.  Subject matters range from beginning to intermediate topics centered around best practice in hearing conservation and sound management. Topics address regulatory requirements that employers need to follow.

Access these recorded sessions whenever it's most convenient for you!  To register or learn more about each training event, just click on its title below.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), employers are required to provide a “continuing, effective hearing conservation program” for employees who are exposed to potentially hazardous noise. For some employers the task of creating a comprehensive hearing conservation program (HCP) can be daunting. This series of hearing conservation disciplines is designed to help.




Prices listed are per connection - participation is unlimited if you are using the same equipment to connect.

  • Single training event: $38 - $50.00 (Depending on which session) Quantity discounts automatically apply.
  • Student Rate: Single training event: $25.00 per session

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