At L.L. Miller, our philosophy is to keep our overhead low while providing our customers with the best service in the industry. These savings are passed onto our customers in the form of lower prices for our many services. This can produce substantial savings to your company, while you maintain a hearing conservation program that fully complies with all industry standards.
L.L. Miller has created an exclusive software program to generate reports for our customers that are detailed yet easy to understand.
Our Reports Consist of the Following:
1. Audiological Review
Audiologist reviewed and approved test results are mailed to you in a week to 10 days from the test date.
At no cost to your company, we will enter any previous hearing testing data that has been provided to you.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Occupational Noise Exposure Standard and Hearing Conservation Amendment 29 CFR 1910.95 and the Mine Safety and Health Administration's Occupational Noise Exposure Standard CFR 30 Part 62, require employers to establish and maintain a hearing conservation program for all employees whose noise exposure equals or exceeds an 8-hour time weighted average sound level (TWA) of 85 decibels.
L.L. Miller's Industrial Mobile Hearing Testing complies fully with the OSHA and MSHA Occupational Noise Exposure Standards and will help you establish and maintain a hearing conservation program so that your company will be 100% compliant!
We schedule our services at your premises on the dates and times most convenient to you and your company's production schedule.
L.L. Miller's industrial mobile hearing testing units cover five states: Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia,
Our industrial mobile hearing testing units are equipped with individual sound booths and manual audiometers with each test being performed within 5 minutes, thus providing the lowest impact possible on production.
We have the capacity to test from 12 to 90 employees per hour, yet each employee abandons their work station for only 5 minutes.
Manual audiometers are used to provide the most accurate test results possible.
2. Statistical Summary Review
3. List of Employee(s) with a STS 10dB Classification
4. List of Employee(s) with a recordable STS 10dB Classification
5. All Employee Tests Results (includes baseline test, previous test, current test, and any previous standard threshold shift)
6. Individual Employee Copy of Test (includes baseline test, previous test, current test, and any previous standard threshold shift)
7. Explanation of the Audiogram Classification
8. Explanation of the Standard Threshold Shift 10dB
9. Explanation of the recordable Standard Threshold Shift 10dB
10. Explanation of the Age-Related Change (Presbycusis)
11. Sound Booth's Decibel Levels
12. Technician's Certification
13. Audiometer's Certification of Calibration
14. Absent Employee List
Technicians immediately compare baseline test with current thresholds, thus dramatically lowering the chance of inaccurate results, which can lead to expensive retesting.
Possible causes for any deviation between baseline and current test results for each employee are noted for audiological review.
Testing is conducted by CAOHC certified occupational hearing conservationists.
All test results are reviewed and approved by our certified audiologist.
Ambient noise levels are well below mandatory OSHA & MSHA standards in each testing booth, which ensures testing accuracy.
Founded in 1955, L.L. Miller originally provided clinical audiology for
otologists in Stark County, Ohio. By 1975, we initiated on site audiometric
testing and now exclusively feature mobile hearing testing units with additional
services that include hearing conservation training and sound level surveys.
We look forward to designing a hearing conservation program to meet your
Our services will save you money, GUARANTEED!
Industrial Mobile Hearing Testing
P.O. Box 78 ·
Middlebranch, OH 44652-0078
Phone: 877 LL Miller (556-4553)
Fax: (330) 956-4331
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