Benson Medical Presentations

CCS-200 Spirometer Report Builder Graphs in 7.20

Audiometer and Spirometer Integration

Rejecting and Deleting Individual Spirogram Maneuvers

Multilingual Hearing Instructions

Spirometer Compliance With ATS Standards

Useful Links for Occupational Health & Safety Industry
—Hearing Conservation and Spirometry

Government Resources

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Occupational Health and Environmental Control Standard 1910.95: Occupational noise exposure

Safety and Health Topics, Occupational Noise Exposure

OSHA-NIOSH Info Sheet, Maximize Your Spirometry Screening and Surveillance Resources

CAOHC (Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation)

Options in Defining Background Noise During Audiometric Testing, Elliott H. Berger, MS

CDC (Centers for Disease Control)

Workplace Safety & Health Topics, Spirometry

Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code, Government of Alberta, Canada

OHS Code Explanation Guide, Part 16 Noise, Section 223 Audiometric testing

Audiometric Testing: Information for Employers and Workers (Bulletin HS005)

OHS Code Explanation Guide, Part 4 Chemical Hazards, Biological Hazards and Harmful Substances, Section 40 Health assessments for workers exposed to asbestos, silica or coal dust

MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration)

Compliance Guide to MSHA’s Occupational Noise Exposure Standard

NHCA (National Hearing Conservation Association

HCE (Dept. of Defense Hearing Center of Excellence) 


AAA (American Academy of Audiology

ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association):

Resource Guide for Hearing Conservation/Occupational Audiologists

Selected ASHA Journal Articles

Spirometry in the Occupational Setting:

ATS Official Documents, Environmental & Occupational Lung Disease

ATS Clinical Cases, Workplace Spirometry: Early Detection Benefits Individuals, Worker Groups and Employers, Leslie Israel, DO, MPH

AARC (American Association for Respiratory Care)

Summer 2014 Long-Term Care Bulletin (accessible to AARC members)

White Papers/Articles

The Importance of Ongoing Audiometric Ambient Noise Compliance —Especially With “Quiet Room” Testing, Benson Medical Instruments

"Industrial Hearing: Sample Written Hearing Conservation Program"

“Noise Exposure Explanation: A White Paper,” Patty Johnson, Research Audiologist

“What is Considered a Standard Threshold Shift?” Richard Danielson, PhD, Audiology Online:

Respiratory Protection and Hearing Conservation Resources from 3M:

Establishing a Respiratory Protection Program and Fit Testing, 3M PPE Safety Solutions:

  • Exposure Assessment

  • Written Respiratory Program

  • Respirator Selection

  • Medical Evaluation

  • Fit Testing

  • Respiratory Training

“Noise Control and Hearing Conservation: Why Do It?” Elliott Berger, MS, The Noise Manual, 5th Edition:

“Options in defining Background Noise During Audiometric Testing” Elliott Berger, MS, Version 2.7, December 20, 2005

Seminars and Workshops

CAOHC-NHCA “Hearing Loss Prevention: The Basics” training webinars 2017-2018

CAOHC Courses for Occupational Hearing Conservationists (OHC)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) NIOSH Spirometry Program

3M™ E-A-R™ Hearing Conservation Seminars—day-long seminars that detail how to identify and measure noise problems and applied solutions for protecting your employees