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Welcome to NHCA!

NHCA was formed in June of 1976, at that time designated as the Hearing Conservation Association, and incorporated in the state of Florida on July 8, 1976. The organization changed its name to the National Hearing Conservation Association in 1981. The founders of NHCA were mainly audiologists and otolaryngologists who were concerned with the serious problem of noise-induced hearing impairment resulting from occupational exposure to noise. The Association was created to provide a forum where professionals with similar interests could share information and gain increased insights regarding occupational hearing conservation.

  • Audiologists
  • Engineers
  • Industrial hygienists
  • Safety professionals
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Others

At the bottom line, however, NHCA is a group of passionate hearing conservationists willing to share their expertise in the quest for the prevention of hearing loss.

The Benefits Of Membership

Join our group of professionals dedicated to providing quality hearing loss prevention services and resources through professional development and education and increased public awareness.

  • Stay in the know on industry trends, legal and regulatory developments and more
  • Collaborate with industry experts and become a prominent industry leader
  • Meet your CE requirements with top-notch education programs
  • Get involved through committees and task forces and make a difference in the industry and in people’s lives
Join Today

The Latest Issue Of The Spectrum Newsletter Is Now Available

Contents Include:

  • NHCASF Post-Conference Report
  • Special #OnPause Message
  • Presidential pEARspective By Theresa Schulz, NHCA President
  • In Memoriam: Cheryl S. Nadeau
  • Plus: 2020 Conference follow-ups, Students' Corner, Ear-Cleaning Poetry Contest,  & More!

 

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