RegSenseRecordkeepingHearing Conservation and NoiseRecordkeepingIndustrial HygieneHR GeneralistFAQBest ResultsOSHA RecordkeepingHuman ResourcesFocus AreaInjury and Illness Recordkeeping
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Employers should use the same baseline that they would use to comply with OSHA's Noise Standard, Part 1910.95. If the employer chose to revise an employee's baseline due to a previous STS, then the employer would use the same revised baseline when determining recordability under section 1904.10 of the recordkeeping regulation.
['Injury and Illness Recordkeeping', 'Recordkeeping', 'Industrial Hygiene']
['OSHA Recordkeeping', 'Recordkeeping', 'Hearing Conservation and Noise']
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