ATLAS-Resonate Self-Analysis eTool

Be in charge of your hearing health while enjoying your work and  lifestyle

Know about the importance of
self-managed care based on
FDA's new Over-The-Counter or OTC Hearing Aid Rule 

Build your
own hearing conservation program guided by
OSHA and NIOSH practices 

 

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 Food and Drug Administration is responsible for protecting public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of medical products  - including hearing-related products
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 Occupational Safety and Health Administration
ensures safe and healthful working conditions - including hearing safety and health 
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  National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health conducts research and provides new knowledge on occupational safety and health- including reducing hearing loss 
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Good hearing health is important for your overall well-being
But many people are not aware of personal risks or early symptoms of possible hearing damage
 
ATLAS Self- Analysis Tool helps you know the essentials, check your hearing profile and take steps for life-long hearing well-being 
 
Use the Tool as often as you wish
to make your own hearing health plan that fits your lifestyle

It is private and confidential 
The Tool does not collect any of your data

Start your journey to good hearing health

 

The sections information and guides for your self-analysis and planning
with:
Reliable information sources* that are kept current
Monthly updates on new information
Webinars 
Lifestyle tips
Reply to your questions

Essentials

Learn about daily noise, in and outside work, its effects  

Symptoms

Check for early signs, know  current treatments 

Profile

Understand your hearing health and well-being needs

Monitor

Make your own life-long hearing wellness program 

Protect

Adopt regular practices to manage harmful causes

Technology 

to support your daily hearing practices

Created: Sep 1, 2022

Last update: Sep 20, 2022

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* Information sources 

AHRQ: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

DoD: Department of Defense

EPA: Environmental Protection Agency

FDA: Food and Drug Administration

NIH: National Institutes of Health

NIH-NCCIH: National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

NIH-NIDCD: National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

CDC-NIOSH: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration

WHO: World Health Organization

About Audition Technology 

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