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ATLAS Occupational Safety and Hearing Conservation 

For workplace safety and worker engagement 

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With Summer approaching, it is important to know about the dangers of a silent workplace hazard - HEAT

  • Heat is the leading weather-related killer

  • It also exacerbates existing health problems like asthma, kidney failure, and heart disease

  • It affects those working outdoors and indoors

  • It reduces sound quality of hearing aids and can even damage the aids

  • Heat stress killed 815 U.S. workers and seriously injured more than 70,000 workers (1992-2017) 

  • However, it is a highly underestimated hazard


We are participating in OSHA's Beat the Heat campaign

with infographics to raise knowledge of this hazard so that you can protect yourself and others.


Be a Cool Hero 

Help yourself: Know your risks, symptoms and protect yourself

Help others: Outdoors and Indoors heat safety programs, wellness-check on others, using OSHA-NIOSH Heat Safety Tool, getting prompt medical attention

CLICK on the Cool Hero infographics to download and use

English and Spanish


ATLAS program is the future of
Occupational Hearing Health and Safety 

- Hearing Conservation per OSHA and NIOSH regulations, recommendations

- Worker engagement per OSHA, NIOSH and NSC principles for total worker well-being

- Self-management of hearing health per FDA OTC Rule principles


Worker involvement in hearing conservation, extending beyond workplace

Demonstration of commitment to safety culture

Cost-effective measures

Subject matter expertise:

OSHA Training Institute & NSC Certifications

CAOHC Certification

Licensed Audiologist

FDA Liaison and Regulatory Scientist

 Informed by real-world input from workers and management 

Hearing Conservation Training



CAOHC: Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation

FDA: Food and Drug Administration

NIOSH: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

NSC: National Safety Council

OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OTC: Over-The-Counter

Versión en español

Hearing Conservation Training
Hearing Impaired Accommodations 
for workplaces exceeding OSHA Permissible Noise Exposures 

29CFR1910.95 compliance

Federal and applicable State regulations, Worker engagement and self-management principles

Hearing impaired accomodations

OSHA SHIBs, FDA OTC Rule for self-treatment, Practices for collaboration and communication,

EEOC and ADA resources 


Job Safety Analysis, hierarchy of controls, address company and employee needs, metrics, record-keeping 


Fit to existing company training, Online option, Signage and reminders, Monitoring 

Total Worker Health 
for engagement in workplace and personal hearing conservation 

Self-Care ePortal


User support

Information generated from federal resources and updated to stay current

Relevant to daily activities - at work and outside work 

Self-paced education and evaluation tools

Technology for haring protection and hearing loss treatment

Private and confidential

Our current engagement in
Occupational Hearing Safety and Health


2023: NHCA annual conference presentation on 'Self-managed Hearing Health eTool : An integration of FDA, OSHA and NIOSH directives' 

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2022: Host of OSHA Safe and Sound Week, Nationwide event: Webinar on 'The Future of Hearing Safety and Health Program'


2022: MHSRS Annual conference: Poster presentation on 'An Interactive Self-Analysis eTool for managing Hearing Health'

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2022: NSC-MSD Solutions Lab:  We took Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) pledge to reduce injury and  better understand the relationship to risk factors such as hearing loss. 

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