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Audiometry Courses | Audiometric Equipment
The Hearing Company is dedicated to helping Australian businesses meet their responsibilities to assess and protect the hearing of employees, minimise compensation claims and meet legislative requirements.
Established in 2006, we’re Australia’s premier one-stop provider of audiometry services and products in the occupational and medical sectors, with customers ranging from small medical practices through to Australia’s largest corporations.
The Hearing Company offers Australia’s first Work Health & Safety Act-compliant, 4-day course for OH&S audiometric testers and those wishing to work in this challenging field of emerging importance. The Occupational Audiometry Course is fully compliant with the national regulatory requirements of:
- The national Work Health & Safety Act & Regulations (now enacted in most states & territories in Australia)
- State and Territory occupational health & mining regulations
- Australian Standard for occupational audiometry (AS/NZS1269 Part 4)
We’re also the government-accredited audiometry course provider for the rigorous 5-day Western Australian WorkCover WA Noise Induced Hearing Loss legislation. For non-legislative audiometry we deliver the 1-day Audiometry Skills Workshop in-house for practitioners in the medical and health assessment sectors.
NEW! Insert Earphones Workshop – half-day training in the innovative earphone arrangement for achieving high levels of noise reduction during audiometry.
The Hearing Company offers Australia-wide sales for a range of audiometric equipment including audiometers, tympanometers and audiometric booths/sound booths. We specialise in helping customers select the right products for their needs and budget, and supply a range of sectors including resources & manufacturing, medical centres, government, hospitals and ENT & audiology practices.
The Hearing Company assists companies to review their OH&S audiometry systems and processes to ensure compliance with the new Work Health & Safety Act and minimise workers’ compensation costs. When working with organisations Director & Principal Audiologist, Glenn Johnson, draws on over 20 years’ experience in the hearing business as a clinical practitioner, educator and consultant to industry, government and Australian Standards.