OSHA Testing

We offer a variety of approved and professional testing to fulfill your business needs to keep up with health standards. Please contact us if you want more information on what's right for you, and to get pricing information. Thanks!

Audiometric Testing and Hearing Conversion
Our unit has seven hearing booths, and hearing is tested using the Benson CCA-200 Computer Controlled Audiometer.
  • Can be conducted in 10 different languages.
  • 25%-40% faster than standard equipment.
  • Fully complies with OSHA standards, and exceeds standards for audiometers.
  • Performs testing, data entry, and printing simultaneously.
  • Automatically finds mark errors, retest errors, and questionable thresholds.
  • Generates real-time STS calculations, wirh or without age correction, and notification letters.
If you want more information on these types of tests, please visit this site here.

Pulmonary Function
Our unit uses the KoKo Portable Spirometer, and the screenings are done by trained NIOSH/OSHA technicians. Our physicians perform the analysis of the results, or we can leave the results with you for review by your company physicians.
  • Exceeds American Thoracic Society recommendations for both ambient and BTPS-conditions (37° and 100% humidity).
If you want more information on these types of screenings, please visit this site here.

Respirator Fit Testing
Our unit uses the OHD Quantifit Fit Tester 3000, and screenings are done by trained technicians.
  • Highly specialized instrument which utilizes scientifically proven technology to measure respirator leakage.
  • OSHA approved and appears in Federal Regulations governing fit testing.
  • Tests can be performed in as little as 5 minutes.
  • Superior speed and accuracy to achieve best fit possible.
If you want more information on the fit testing, please visit this site here.

Noise Surveys
We offer two types of Noise Surveys:
  • Area Measurements: Uses an integrating sound level meter to identify hazardous noise levels where worker mobility is not a factor. Measurements are taken at specific work stations to capture a representative sample of employees' exposures.
  • Personal Noise Dosimetry: Conducted to identify noise exposed employees whose work environments are fluctuating or continually changing. Those employees are personally monitored for their entire work shift. It provides a summary of each employee's measured actual average exposure, and time weighted average sound exposure.
If you want more information on these surveys, please visit this site here.

Our unit uses the Titmus 2A Vision Screener that screens for all common visual deficiencies in less than five minutes.
  • Visual Acuity Binocular (Right Eye, Left Eye): The Sharpness of each eye, both eyes, and the coordinated use of both eyes at near, intermediate, and long ranges.
  • Depth Perception: The ability to distinguish the relative distance of objects in visual space.
  • Color Recognition: The ability to distinguish and recognize certain colors.
  • Far and Near Vision: Evaulation of vision in each and both eyes for a certain distance, and as close as 14 to 16 inches.
  • Peripheral Vision: The ability to perceive objects outside of the direct line of vision.
If you want more information on these tests, please visit this site here.