What is an Audiometric test?

The audiometric test is a painless, noninvasive hearing test which measures your ability to hear different sounds, pitches, or frequencies. This test will let you know how well your hearing function is performing. It will also test the balance issues, tone, and intensity of sound, and other related functions.

A physician in the process of audiometric test

Why Audiometric Test is being performed?

If your job includes working in conditions that your hearing is at risk, you should know about the Audiometric Test Requirement and pass it. “OSHA obligates employers to make audiometric testing accessible free to all employees who experience high noisy circumstances level of 85 dB or above, measured as an 8-hour.”

Audiometric testing observes an employee’s hearing during the period. It also allows employers to educate employees about their audition and the necessity to protect it.

Although most commonly hearing loss is being caused by older age, but this problem can affect anyone at any age group.

The Audiometric Test is also being performed to determine how well you can hear. The test can also be done as a part of your routine hearing checkup.

Any damage to your ear or more exposure to loud sounds for a longer period can negatively affect your hearing function. So, if you are getting any trouble hearing people or other sounds, then you must think about to get through the proper examination. The Audiometric Test will let you know whether you are having a problem that needs to be treated, or it is nothing to be worried about.

About us

SNOHC has been providing occupational health services for +15 years in Las Vegas.
Audiometric Test is done by our team of trained Audiologists. Please contact our experts if you have any other questions.

Drug & Alcohol Testing

Drug and alcohol testing are performed at the SNOC to help the employers comply the specific employment policies that are mandated by federal regulations and insurance requirements…

DOT & Non DOT Drug Testing

Department of transportation testing has its own set of requirements that the SNOHC facility has to complete before they can complete the work clearance…

Full-Service X-ray

is a quick, painless test that produces images of the structures inside your body, particularly your bones.

Audiometric W/ interpretation

SNOHC also provides in house service for those with hearing impairments.

ECG/EKG

EKG is a test that records the electrical activity of your heart through small electrode patches that a technician attaches to the skin of your chest, arms, and legs

Respiratory Fit test

If you work in areas where you could possibly breathe in particulates, vapors or fibers, you probably already know that wearing respirators is crucial to your health and safety.
Online Appointment!

Online Appointment


Stay Healthy!! Stay Strong!!


To make an appointment online at Southern Nevada Occupational Health Center (SNOHC), click here and file the form or call us at (702) 380-3989

Click Here →