Employment Hearing Tests

Work in a noisy environment or require baseline or annual employment hearing testing? You’ve come to the right place.

If you work in an environment where you’re exposed to hazardous levels of noise (more than 85 dBs), an annual hearing test is required. Check with your employer, but they likely have a hearing management program that will pay for your test.

How loud is your workplace?

Here are the average noise levels of several common work environments:

  • Carpenter / Framer 91 dB
  • Welder 92 dB
  • Autobody Technician 90 dB
  • Mechanic / Tire Installer 87 dB
  • Chop Saw 102 dB
  • Forklift Operator 87 dB
  • Table Saw 93 dB
  • Millwright 91 dB
  • Equipment Operator 91 dB
  • Electrician 89 dB

Easy and convenient.

We’re proud to offer employment hearing testing for many organizations, including the RCMP, Calgary City Police, CP Rail and more. It’s quick, easy and provided by a registered audiologist at your convenience — at any one of our nine locations in Southern Alberta and the East Kootenays.

What our employment hearing tests include:

  • Everything your employer or organization requires
  • Pure tone testing from (air and bone conduction) 250–8000Hz
  • Speech testing
  • Immittance testing
  • Full report of hearing test results sent to wherever you need

For more information on employment hearing evaluations, talk to one of our hearing professionals or book an appointment today.

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Copyright © 2019 The Hearing Loss Clinic, Calgary,
Cranbrook, Creston, Fernie, Golden, Invermere. All Rights Reserved.