Ashville Audiology is trained in a variety of other hearing services:
Hearing conservation programs strive to prevent initial occupational hearing loss, preserve and protect remaining hearing, and equip workers with the knowledge and hearing protection devices necessary to safeguard themselves. Employers are required to measure noise levels; provide free annual hearing exams, hearing protection, and training; and conduct evaluations of the adequacy of the hearing protectors in use (unless changes made to tools, equipment, and schedules result in worker noise exposure levels that are less than the 85 dBA). Research indicates that workplaces with appropriate and effective hearing conservation programs have higher levels of worker productivity and a lower incidence of absenteeism. Ashville Audiology meets OSHA requirements for industrial hearing testing and sound measurements.
Musician Molds And Sound Monitors
Musicians and artists are constantly in loud environments that overtime can cause hearing loss. Musician molds are professionally made and unique to the fit of the individual. Creating high quality, personalized hearing protection for the musician. Ashville Audiology partners with Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation for these in the ear monitoring solutions.
Musicians are constantly in loud environments that over time can cause hearing loss. Musician molds are professionally custom made and unique to the fit of the individual. Musician molds provide a flat attenuation across the frequency range preserving the quality of music. Musician molds were developed by Etymotic Research and fabricated by a number of independent labs. Asheville Audiology can be found on the Etymotic website as a provider of their products. Asheville Audiology Services also partners with Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation for high quality in-the-ear monitoring solutions.
Asheville Audiology Services also creates custom ear pieces for airline pilots, race car drivers, hunters, nurse anesthetists, TV news reporters and other occupations looking for a custom, comfortable fit to use with their respective occupational ear devices.
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