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    Hearing protection

    Hearing conservation software

    May 1, 2012

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    Complying with Mine Safety and Health Administration and OSHA hearing conservation regulations has never been easier, thanks to the easy-to-use design of the Solo Occupational DBMS software. This software manages in-plant hearing conservation programs and produces reports, questionnaires and notification letters in 18 different languages. Users can search for subjects by name or ID number, even across companies.

    Benson Medical Instruments Co.   

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