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Employees exposed to loud noises in the workplace are at increased risk of hearing loss and more likely to develop conditions such as tinnitus. Compliance with The Control of Noise at Work Regulations (2005) means that regular audiometric assessments are essential to ensure that control measures are effective and health risks are minimised.

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Our audiometry service is a combination of an assessment and visual examination of the ear. Upon completion of both these, results are communicated with the employer and a formal report is collated together with the results, alongside any advisories for the employee. These also compare against previous results if the employee has had an audiometry assessment conducted before.

How does audiometry work?


Pre-assessment health check

A series of questions to identify important factors


Examination of the ear

Physical examination of the ear canal


Audiometric assessment

Various sounds played through headphones


Review of results

Results shared with the employer


Report is collated

Formulated report of results and previous assessments

What are the benefits of an audiometry assessment?

By having your employees complete an audiometry assessment, you as an employer are meeting legal obligations that comply with The Control of Noise at Work Regulations (2005) and are protecting your workforce that are at an increased risk due to the nature of their job role.

The assessment can also help identify and highlight any current control measures you have in place that are not working effectively. And of course, the assessment will help identify any early signs of work-related illnesses, so they can be addressed early and not cause any long-term damage.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long is an audiometry assessment?

Our audiometry assessment takes between 20-30 minutes, depending on the complexity of the answers given in the pre-assessment health check and any complications experienced during the ear examination or sound assessment.

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