Rent or Buy. Spend Less per Test. Lower Costs All-Round.
Blissed Out Hearing tests.
All WorkScreen Packages Include.....
Low Prices per Test
Lifetime Replacement Warranty
Service & Calibration
Supervisor training & telephone support
Flexible user-operated hearing screening service, using the standard WorkScreen test, based on HSE guidelines.
WorkScreen handset is delivered to site for the relevant period of time, ready to go.
Ad-hoc or low numbers of hearing tests, where traditional test solutions are uneconomic, impractical or difficult tough to implement.
Standard WorkScreen hearing test
Standard individual reports per user
Embed the WorkScreen system into your organisation to provide flexible hearing tests anytime, anywhere.
WorkScreen is tailored to your corporate branding, and requirements, plus admin panel access.
Providing flexible hearing screening tests in medium to large/ dynamic or dispersed staff cohorts, WorkScreen maximises scale, flexibility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
10% off test bundle prices
Corporate branded user interface & test reports
Corporate branded test pages and reports
Secure admin panel
Advanced test analysis information
Online supervisor training session x 1
Service warranty package*
Starter test package*
12 months' service maintenance package*
Tailored questionnaires & content
Multiple language support
Staff data import/export
* What's with all the asterisks...?
Asterisks are funny things: so fragile, tiny and sweet scattered around the text - they are so small, yet they can say so much.
On the other hand, our asterisks are our shorthand way of saying "hey - if we write everything down on this page it will be HUGE. And boring (possibly). And confusing (probably). So let's talk about the options and bits you may need."
So if you aren't clear what we are on about or want to know what we are promising, just pick up the phone or email us - the contact us button is just a few inches away, after all (see it down at the bottom right of the screen?).
And we're nice enough folks, so that should be OK, shouldn't it?