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The Cal/OSHA Noise Exposure Awareness online training from ClickSafety addresses worksite noise – common in many workplaces. Cal/OSHA sets legal limits on noise exposure in the California workplace, and many employers are required to develop, implement, and maintain a Hearing Conservation Program to assess, monitor and protect the hearing of exposed employees.
ClickSafety’s Cal/OSHA Noise Exposure Awareness training is designed to help participants understand exposure to, assessment, control of, and protections required for adverse worksite noise, as well as how to minimize risk.
ClickSafety’s Cal/OSHA Noise Exposure Awareness training helps participants understand the basics of noise hazard awareness, recognition, evaluation and controls. Specific course topics include the following:
Information about sound, the function of the ear, and the effects of noise on hearing
Explanations of how noise is measured and some of the risk factors for hearing loss
Descriptions of actions employers and employees you can take to conserve hearing at work and at home
Practical tips to put your learning into context
Knowledge checks throughout to measure your understanding
Links to additional Cal/OSHA and industry resources
The Cal/OSHA Noise Exposure Awareness course from ClickSafety is designed for all levels of employment within the General Industry sector in California. Individuals from the following industries may specifically benefit from this course:
All persons with the need and/or interest to learn about noise in the California workplace
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
ClickSafety’s Cal/OSHA Noise Exposure Awareness interactive online training is an introductory-level course designed to be taken at the participant’s own pace. The course should take most students 60 to 90 minutes to complete. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals can expect to:
Explain what sound is, what noise is, and terms commonly associated with sound and noise
Describe how the ear works, the anatomy of the ear, and how we hear
Explain the effects of noise including how hearing loss occurs, problems associated with hearing loss, and how ototoxic compounds contribute to hearing loss
Describe the various instruments and methods used to measure noise and the decibel
Describe how the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), also known as Cal/OSHA, protects and improves the health and safety of working people in California
Explain the elements and requirements of a Hearing Conservation Program
Describe how the noise requirements of Cal/OSHA’s Occupational Noise regulation relate to other construction activities in California
Explain what the Hierarchy of Control is and how this approach groups actions by their likely effectiveness in reducing or removing the noise hazard