NHCA was formed in 1976 to provide a forum where others of similar persuasion could share information and gain increased insights regarding occupational hearing conservation. Today NHCA is composed of audiologists, physicians, industrial hygienists, safety specialists, engineers, scientists, occupational health nurses and hearing conservationists, equipment manufacturers, students, and others, all of whom are active in hearing conservation. The Association's vital concern and focus has broadened to not
only include the prevention of hearing loss due to noise and other
environmental factors among workers, but also in the general population.
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10/1/2015- Jack Foreman, recently retired National Sales and Product Line Manager for Tremetrics, has been approved by the National Hearing Conservation Association Executive Council for
emeritus member status.(Click to read more)
2/19/2015 - NIOSH and NHCA present 2015 Safe-in-Sound Excellence in Hearing Loss Prevention Awards
(Click here to read more)
1/30/2015 - Lynn W. Henselman, Ph.D. to receive National Hearing Conservation Associationâ€™s Media Award on behalf of the DOD Hearing Center of Excellence ( Click here to read more)
Add value to your NHCA San Diego trip - spend a day learning the science and field of Otolaryngology! The ARO and NHCA have partnered to host back-to-back meetings in beautiful San Diego. NHCA members are invited to join the ARO mid-winter meeting on Sunday February 21st with a special one-day rate. Similarly, a special one-day delegate rate will be available for ARO members to attend the annual NHCA conference on Friday, February 19th. Learn more at www.aro.org/?page=MidWinterMeeting