Record Keeping: 29 CFR 1910.95(m)

Employers must retain all employee records, including exposure measurements and audiometric tests.

Record Keeping Expectations

 

Exposure Measurements:
Area and personal sound measurements must be kept on file for at least two years.

Audiometric Tests:
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.

 

Employer Information:

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.

Browse our other OSHA-compliant services:

1. Noise Monitoring

29 CFR 1910.95(d)(e)(f)

2. Audiometric Testing

29 CFR 1910.95(g)(h)

3. Hearing Protectors

29 CFR 1910.95(i)(j)

4. Education and Training

29 CFR 1910.95(k)(l)

5. Record Keeping

29 CFR 1910.95(m)