A. Sources of Noise

  • 1. Equipment capable of producing more than 85 dB have been identified and monitored for noise levels

  • 2. High noise areas posted with warning signs

  • 3. Warning sticker on mobile high noise producing equipment

B. Noise Reduction

  • 1. Engineering controls in place or considered to reduce noise

  • 2. Variety of hearing protectors available to employees

  • 3. Reusable hearing protectors are clean and in good condition

  • 4. Hearing protectors worn where needed

C. Audiometric Testing

  • 1. Individuals working in high noise areas receive audiometric (hearing) testing annually

  • 2. New workers receive baseline audiogram within 6 months of employment

  • 3. Individuals leaving Princeton receive end-of-employment audiogram

D. Training and Information

  • 1. Training attended annually

  • 2. Training is documented

  • 3. A copy of the OSHA Occupational Noise Exposure Standard is posted or available

  • Summary of Findings

  • Please sign upon audit completion.

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