Due to low enrollment, this workshop has been cancelled.
Please email to be notified about future Occupational Noise, Measurement, and Control workshops.
This hands-on workshop is designed as an introduction to the basic concepts of occupational noise, noise measurement, and noise control. It will provide an overview of noise induced hearing loss (NIHL), identification of hazardous noise exposure, and strategies to reduce and mitigate noise exposure risk. Learners will also explore noise standards, the components of a quality Hearing Conservation Plan (HCP), and learn how to use measurement equipment such as sound level meters and dosimeters.
At the completion of this activity, the learner will be able to:
Discuss the importance of hearing, and the significant health impact associated with NIHL
Develop the ability to use one's eyes and ears to identify areas of hazardous noise exposure, and how to use measurement equipment to confirm observations
Recognize how basic administrative and engineering noise control techniques can reduce noise exposure below action levels
Describe the components of a quality hearing conservation program, and how those components prevent hearing loss
This educational activity is intended for occupational health and safety professionals including registered environmental health specialists, industrial hygienists, certified safety professionals, and others involved in industrial noise, noise control, and noise measurement. This course is designed as an introduction, aimed at the individual who has recently begun to assume responsibilities in the area of noise control, whether direct working responsibility or management responsibility.
Richmond Field Station
1301 S 46th St.
Richmond, CA 94804
Standard (until October 16th) = $750.00
Late Registration: $825.00
Government / Non-Profit Employee
COEH is pleased to offer discounted rates available for government and non-profit employees. Please register with your affiliation email and list your employing agency where allocated.
Standard (until October 16th) = $725.00
Late Registration: $800.00
Student / Resident Registration
We are also happy to make scholarship discounts available to full time, matriculated university students. Learners must register with their .edu email address, and provide degree / university information upon registration. Note: Student scholarship to be offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Standard (until October 16th) = $400.00
Late Registration: $450.00