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Hearing Assessments

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Hearing assessments ensure candidates meet safety standards, establish a baseline hearing pre-employment, and can track changes in a person’s hearing over time. Workforce Health Assessors delivers hearing assessment services across all industries and their workforces.

The Benefits of WHA Hearing Assessments

A hearing assessment determines if a person has any form of hearing loss across a broad spectrum of frequencies. Successive assessment results can be compared to determine if any changes to a person's hearing have occurred over time.

Pre-employment and ongoing hearing assessments are becoming a requirement for many industries. Hearing assessments reduce the risk of workplace injuries and improve the wellbeing of your workforce.

  • Identify pre-existing hearing loss
  • Track hearing loss
  • Minimise long-term absenteeism from injury
  • Meet health and safety targets
  • Save money on WorkCover claims and insurance costs
  • Provide a safe work environment

Are You Unaware Of Hearing Loss In The Workplace?

Why Choose WHA

Why Choose WHA?

WHA provides comprehensive and professional industrial audiometric testing. We use the latest technology to help conduct the assessments, while our custom software provides access to accurate, secure test results at all times. Our audiology software provides comprehensive and detailed reporting on an employee's past and current hearing condition.

We implement all best practices adhering to Australian and New Zealand standards. Hearing assessments are available at one of our WHA assessment locations or on-site for your convenience.

Contact WHA to learn more about our comprehensive hearing assessment services. 


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