Workplace Hearing Safety
Protect your hearing at work – The Tasmanian Hearing Centre’s – Sound Advice Tasmanian Pty Ltd specialises in noise and hearing related aspects of OH&S. As a consultancy service for business owners and employers, we carry out workplace noise surveys, hearing tests for employees and reviews for noise exposed workers. Our trained professionals provide advice on appropriate hearing protection for your workplace and can arrange the manufacture of custom-made ear plugs fitted for your employees and can customize hearing protection solutions at very competitive prices.
Sound Advice has a mobile hearing assessment van for on-site testing. Individual appointments for employees may also be arranged at the Tasmanian Hearing Centre
Musician ear plugs are a customized special type of ear plug used by musicians to protect their hearing. Ear plugs used to keep out loud noise usually provide better protection against high pitch sounds than low pitch sounds.
Listening to music with conventional ear plugs can distort the sound quality and make it difficult for musicians to hear and play in tune.
Musician earplugs provide the solution to this problem. This special type of plug provides protection in an even way across all pitches and allows the musician to hear the music in tune, just at a softer volume.
There are three different levels of protection: – 10 dB, 15 dB and 25 dB
Being a musician does not mean you have to lose your hearing.
Call now at (03) 6223 5444 for an appointment if you are a musician who requires protection against developing hearing loss and tinnitus.
The Tasmanian Centre for Hearing and its industrial screening business, Sound Advice Tasmania Pty Ltd have been providing services to Tasmanian businesses for over 25 years. All noise exposed workers should have their hearing monitored to assess whether they are adequately protected against noise in their workplace. Hearing screens can be conducted in the clinic or on-site in our mobile test facilities.
Hearing screening consists of a quick 15 minute test that determines if further testing is required.
Further comprehensive testing may be required to meet the Australian standards for workplace assessments with certain types of hearing problems.
Workers prior to testing should not be exposed to loud noise as this can cause invalid results. The appropriate period of quiet can be achieved by wearing hearing protection that is in good condition prior to testing. Earmuffs are preferable to earplugs.
Workers are asked to bring their hearing protection with them to the hearing screen. Staff can inspect and provide advice on maintenance and care of hearing protection and whether protection levels need to be varied as a result of the hearing screen.
Discounts apply for work places with 4 or more employees.
Call now at (03) 6223 5444 and find out how we can help your workplace met your occupational health and safety requirements for noise exposed workers.
At the Tasmanian Centre for Hearing we are able to undertake the appropriate tests required for fulfilling regulatory or licensing requirements.
Our test environments and test equipment is calibrated annually to meet the Australian Standards required for valid test result
If you require a specific type of hearing test call now to make an appointment