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Audiometric Testing (Hearing Testing)

AR-901 Audiometric Test Enclsoure Audiometer used to preform and collect hearing test data. Audiometer Booth for high level of noise control during hearing test screening.
Audiometric tests (hearing tests) are obtained utilizing a manual or microprocessor audiometers (WebAudi accepts either one). OSHA Law requires the minimum frequencies to be tested are; 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 and 6000Hz. OSHA and WebAudi strongly advise adding 8000Hz to help determine aging-vs-noise related hearing problems. Test scores are entered in WebAudi here:
Right Ear   Left Ear
500 1K 2K 3K 4K 6K 8K     500 1K 2K 3K 4K 6k 8k
Remember, according to OSHA, employees must be out of industrial noise (we at WebAudi advise all potentially harmful noise) 14 hours prior to testing or its equivalent (Quiet-Rule) proper utilization of hearing protection, prior to testing.

Testing Environment- to insure proper (legally binding) test scores, ambient noise levels should meet or exceed OSHA Standard To best meet these requirements, WebAudi and OSHA strongly advise the utilization of a sound room or sound test chamber.

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