Audiometry assesses the effects of noise exposure on hearing and identifies at-risk individuals for developing noise-induced hearing loss. Audiometry can also be used to monitor the progress of noise-induced hearing loss and evaluate hearing protection devices’ effectiveness. Audiometry is a vital tool in preventing and managing occupational noise-induced hearing loss.
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The goal of the program is to provide firefighters with 1582 assessments and screenings annually to help identify potential health concerns early. The program includes screenings for cancer, heart disease, and behavioral health conditions. To date, the program has been successful in identifying several health concerns among firefighters and has helped to improve the overall health of the PFD. The 1582 Firefighter Assessment typically includes a physical Exam, full blood panel, Fit Test, Vision, Hearing, Pulmonary Function Test (PFT); Standard or Hazmat-specific exam; pre-employment and annual exams mandated by NFPA.
As our economy continues to evolve, so too do the health concerns of workers in a variety of industries. One of the most significant recent developments has been the rise in silica-related illnesses, which can lead to serious respiratory problems and even death. To protect workers and ensure that they are able to perform their jobs safely, many employers are now offering occupational health services that include silica surveillance exams. These exams help to identify workers who may be at risk for silica exposure, and allow employers to take steps to protect them. In addition, these exams can also help to catch silica-related illnesses early, when they are most treatable.
Occupational health services can help to protect workers from respiratory hazards. Respiratory clearance is a process of assessment and monitoring that helps to ensure that workers are able to safely perform their duties. Fit testing is used to determine whether or not a worker can safely wear a respirator. In addition, occupational health services can provide education and training on respiratory hazards and how to avoid them. As a result, these services can play an important role in protecting workers from respiratory hazards.
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Occupational health is often viewed as “fixing”. An employee is injured, and we have an obligation to treat them, “fix” the injury and restore them to work. At Work Health Solutions, we work with our clients to focus on efforts that are more impactful and cost-effective. We look at proactive care, then use targeted interventions crafted to meet the needs of your workplace and your employees.
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Interested in reducing your employer costs? Work Health Solutions offers a different perspective on occupational health. We build customized programs to fit your needs and work with you to meet your health and safety goals.