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FREQUENCY OF TEST (as a guide)
REPORTING RESULTS OF AUDIOGRAMS
Rochdale Occupational Health Service has adopted a set procedure for the reporting of the results of Audiograms to the clients.
Hearing within normal limits.
Hearing loss is slightly more than would be expected for an employee’s age.
There is no need for referral at this stage. The employee will be warned of this hearing loss and ways of how to minimise or prevent further damage or loss will be discussed.
This indicates the presence of a significant hearing loss, a major difference in hearing between one ear and the other or a rapid hearing loss since last test.
This may be as a consequence of noise exposure or of a disease process in the ears. The employee is formally informed and advised to consult with their G.P.