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NHCA's Latest Spectrum Issue

The Latest Issue Of The Spectrum Newsletter Is Now Available! Contents include:

  • In Memoriam: Robert A . Dobie
  • Call for NHCA Award Nominations and Invite to present at AAA 2020
  • Presidential pEARspective: Are You Ready for Some Football? By Amy Blank, NHCA President
  • Plus: Member Spotlight, Students' Corner, Social Media Strategies, Liaison Activity Reports, & More!

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Welcome New Members! 

These members joined NHCA between December 13, 2019 - January 13, 2020

Chelsea Carter-Ellis - Workplace Integra
Dennis Collins - SKC, Inc.
Aaron Geldert - University of Miami



Webinar: Auditory Fitness for Duty Evaluations

When: Thursday, January 23, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm ET

When hearing function is in question, functional testing is the best way to determine whether or not an individual retains the sensory capability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a particular job in a safe and effective manner. In our opinion, audiologists are uniquely suited to develop testing protocols that reflect the essential functions of the job, as well as to determine at what level an individual must perform in order to be considered auditorily “fit for duty.” This overview seeks to outline factors that may be important to consider in an “auditory fitness for duty evaluation.”
Registration Fee:
$20 Member
$10 Student Members
$35 Non-member
**.1 CEU's Offered!!**
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International Year of Sound

The International Year of Sound is a global initiative to highlight the importance of sound and related sciences and technologies for all in society. The International Year of Sound will consist of coordinated activities on regional, national and international levels. These activities will aim to stimulate the understanding throughout the world of the important role that sound plays in all aspects of our society. As well, these activities will also encourage an understanding of the need for the control of noise in nature, in the built environment, and in the workplace.

To learn more and get involved, CLICK HERE


U.S. Department of Labor Updates National Emphasis Program On Amputations in Manufacturing Industries

Posted: January 10, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently issued an updated National Emphasis Program (NEP) to focus agency inspections on amputation hazards in manufacturing industries. This directive updates the 2015 NEP on amputations.

The NEP targets industrial and manufacturing workplaces where employees are injured by unguarded or improperly guarded machinery and equipment. NEPs focus agency enforcement activity and do not create any new obligation to employers...

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