Professional Audiological Services Now Offering OSHA Audits and Industrial/Commercial Analysis

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Professional Audiological Services is proud to announce the addition of OSHA audits and analysis of industrial/commercial businesses to assist companies in identifying dangerous levels of noise pollution.

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Studies show approximately 30 million people in the United States are occupationally exposed to hazardous noise every year. Now with the inclusion of OSHA audits to their list of specialties, Professional Audiological Services is working to become the go-to hearing loss/conservation center in the Memphis, TN area.

Certified representatives will visit local industrial and commercial businesses to perform hearing conservation audits and test occupational noise exposure levels. With the information obtained, representatives will then determine what relevant safety issues, such as noise-induced hearing loss or high-noise areas, are considered dangerous to employees.

After performing a thorough check of the business or warehouse, Professional Audiological Services will determine which solutions would be valid for keeping employees safe in a high noise pollution environment. Possible solutions may include the installation of back-up lights or implementation of a warning tone to equipment. Professional Audiological Services may also offer custom hearing protection specifically meant to preserve employee’s hearing in areas with unsafe noise levels.

For more information regarding OSHA audits and analysis of industrial or commercial businesses, contact Professional Audiological Services at 901-372-0040.

About Professional Audiological Services

Since 1983, Professional Audiological Services is continually working to help better the hearing of residents in Memphis, TN. After nearly 30 years in business, they are still working to treat patients of all ages and perform procedures such as comprehensive hearing evaluations, hearing aid examinations, sales, & services. Professional Audiological Services will continue to remain at the forefront of hearing-related technology in order to guarantee their patients a better quality of life.

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