How Onsite Innovations Brought Occupational Hearing Conservation In-House for a Major Food & Beverage Company

Have you ever considered bringing your Occupational Hearing Conservation program in-house but don’t know where to start? A year ago, an American food, snack and beverage manufacturer was in the same position. They were spending thousands of dollars annually to bring a service provider with a mobile clinic on site. It took their Safety Director upwards of 100 hours just to schedule employee testing. Time better spent on more valuable tasks. And inevitably 10% or more would miss their appointments and need to be rescheduled at a local clinic. At an even higher cost per test.

Then they learned about new advancements in portable, tablet audiometry and paperless data management. The technology is changing how Occupational Hearing Conservation programs are delivered.  It was just what this company needed to bring their program in house. But how quickly could they get started? As it turned out, in just weeks.

Join us for this 1-hour webinar where we will discuss how Onsite Innovations – the in-house medical clinic for the food and beverage company -- partnered with SHOEBOX Audiometry to bring their Occupational Hearing Conservation program in house. During this session you will learn:

  • What factors motivated them to want to bring their program in house
  • What steps they went through to make the shift
  • How technology and SHOEBOX Audiometry enabled this change
  • What benefits they have seen as a result of this move

We hope you can join us and look forward to sharing this and more with you on September 13, 2018  at 2:00PM ET

Register below for this free webinar
: September 13, 2018
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Alexa Gough
Alexa is the Occupational Hearing Conservation Business Unit Manager at SHOEBOX Audiometry.  In this role, she works with some of the most forward-thinking manufacturers and onsite/near-site occupational healthcare providers in North America. She has a passion for partnering with them to find innovative ways of improving the way they deliver audiometric testing as part of a hearing conservation program, all while helping them achieve their overall business objectives. Please feel free to connect with her on Linkedin or via email to [email protected]  if you have any questions about your Occupational Hearing Conservation Program or business.

Erin Bahde
Erin has been a certified athletic trainer for 10 years, but for the past three years has worked in the occupational health space, mostly within industrial settings. In her current role, her work focuses on injury prevention/ergonomic programs, occupational health programming – including hearing conservation and respiratory protection -- as well as evaluating and treating injuries.  In addition to being responsible for various health and safety-related programs at her current site, Erin also provides support and coaching to other Athletic Trainers employed by Onsite Innovations.

Duration: 1 Hour

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