Record Keeping: 29 CFR 1910.95(m)
Employers must retain all employee records, including exposure measurements and audiometric tests.
Record Keeping Expectations
Area and personal sound measurements must be kept on file for at least two years.
These must remain for the duration of the employee’s employment.
OSHA Form 300:
Employee’s who demonstrate a recordable STS in one or both ears, must be put on the OSHA 300 log.
Access to Records: All records may be accessed by request by “employees, former employees, representatives designated by the individual employee” and by OSHA representatives.
Transfer of Records: If the business closes or is acquired by a new organization, all records must be transfered to the subsequent organization for the required periods of time.