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1910.95(g)(7)(i)
Each employee's annual audiogram shall be compared to that employee's baseline audiogram to determine if the audiogram is valid and if a standard threshold shift as defined in paragraph (g)(10) of this section has occurred. This comparison may be done by a technician.
1910.95(g)(7)(iii)
The audiologist, otolaryngologist, or physician shall review problem audiograms and shall determine whether there is a need for further evaluation. The employer shall provide to the person performing this evaluation the following information:
1910.95(g)(7)(iii)(A)
A copy of the requirements for hearing conservation as set forth in paragraphs (c) through (n) of this section;
1910.95(g)(7)(iii)(B)
The baseline audiogram and most recent audiogram of the employee to be evaluated;
1910.95(g)(7)(iii)(C)
Measurements of background sound pressure levels in the audiometric test room as required in Appendix D: Audiometric Test Rooms.
1910.95(g)(7)(iii)(D)
Records of audiometer calibrations required by paragraph (h)(5) of this section.
1910.95(g)(7)(ii)
If the annual audiogram shows that an employee has suffered a standard threshold shift, the employer may obtain a retest within 30 days and consider the results of the retest as the annual audiogram.

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