• OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95 – Occupational Noise Exposure
• OSHA Resource Page – Occupational Noise Exposure
• NAVMC 5100.8 Chapter 13 (13005) – Marine Corps Hearing Protection
• MCO 6260.3 – Marine Corps Hearing Conservation Program
• MARADMIN 010/12 – MARADMIN Regarding Hearing Conservation and Readiness
What you need to know
1) All military shall be enrolled in their unit’s hearing conservation program.
2) All civilian personnel working in noise hazardous areas are enrolled in the hearing conservation program.
3) Personnel included in the hearing conservation program receive a hearing test, Hearing Protective Device (HPD) fitting, and refresher training during their annual medical evaluation.
4) Contact the Industrial Hygienist to identify and test potential “High Noise” areas. Use Hazardous Noise Warning Decals, NAVMED 6260/2, NSN 0105-GLF-004-7200 (8" X 10.5") and Hazardous Noise Warning Labels, NAVMED 6260/2A, NSN 0105-LF-004-7800 (1" X 1.5") to designate hazardousnoise areas and equipment
5) Ensure all personnel that enter or work in designated hazardous noise areas receive training under the Hearing Conservation Program requirements of MCO 6260.1E.
For additional information, please contact Camilla Llantada @ (760) 763-5328 or Mr. Dale Waldren (Email link on name if possible)@ (760) 763-2366. Or send an email to CPEN_SAFE_TRNG@usmc.mil