November 2002
Mix;Nov2002, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p15
Reports on the final ruling by the Occupational Safety and Health administration that revises the criteria for recording work-related hearing loss. Requirement for employers to record work-related hearing loss cases when there is evidence of decrease in the employees' overall hearing; Option for the employer to verify hearing loss with qualified physician.


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