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Still hiding under the duvet, or do you have a plan for hearing tests at work in 2022? We look at some clients and sectors from 2021.
Today is the biggest cinematic experience of the last two years... James Bond has been let out of his celluloid can for our pleasure. But without a bit of vital intel, your trip to the flicks might be riskier than you first imagine. Licence to Bang on about Hearing...
As the world continues to be distracted a global pandemic, can we really afford to put Surveillance audiometry or Health & Safety on hold?
International Recognition for WorkScreen WorkScreen was awarded in the first Hearing Technology Innovator Awards™ at the annual Academy of Doctors of Audiology meeting, AuDacity 2020 in October – arguably the globe’s foremost event for hearing care professionals....
Over 4M ears take a daily bashing in UK construction industry! WorkScreen & SMAS Worksafe look at managing hearing health in construction as part of SSIP accreditation
Due to C-19, many Occupational Health assessments are now based on self-reported assessments. We ask if this is appropriate for hearing?
As the UK eases lockdown measures, organisations are embracing new approaches to work. See No contact workplace hearing surveillance
No Contact hearing tests at work reduce risk and anxiety. They may even make your life easier. Find out more with some pointers for safe contactless hearing tests from WorkScreen
2020 is well under way. Ironically, considering "2020" lends itself to a whole newspaper stand of vision-based puns, 2020 is actually the official International Year of Sound. It is also the UK Hearing Conservation Association’s first birthday. (what – you didn’t...
You’ve planned to keep on top of your health and safety responsibilities for months. You’ve told yourself you’ll carry out those vital checks – including hearing tests - but somehow you’ve never quite gotten around to it. First the summer holidays came and went. Half...
At WorkScreen, we’re helping businesses reclaim time lost to staff hearing appointments and making hearing tests more available to more workers with less hassle. Hearing care is a vital part of Occupational Health at Work – and outside of work – Find out more here.
The Apple Watch noise app is making a big…noise. Is it really lseful and could it be applicable in the workplace?
Developed in the UK by hearing specialists and product experts to improve hearing care in the workplace, the WorkScreen service makes hearing screening more accessible.
WorkScreen testing is accurate, fully audited and followed up instantaneously with results and advice. Users test themselves in any suitably quiet environment, improving access to screening, whilst also reducing disruption and opportunity costs associated with taking staff off task.
WorkScreen is a Pay As You Go service, priced per test or per period, offering flexibility and control without CAPEX, on-costs or responsibility.