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Occupational Testing Services

Audiometric Testing

Audiometric Testing

Hearing loss is common on work sites where impact noise and excessive noise exposure exists. Hearing loss due to excessive noise exposure can be hard to detect, as the loss is gradual and is usually not recognized by the worker until their ability to communicate with others is affected. Early detection of hearing loss can be accomplished through annual testing of your workforce.

An audiometric evaluation is a painless, noninvasive hearing test that measures a person’s ability to hear different sounds, pitches, or frequencies. A pure tone audiometric test measures the softest, or least audible, sound that a person can hear. During the test, you will wear earphones and hear a range of sounds directed to one ear at a time.

Legislation states that workers that are constantly in work areas over 85 decibels need to be tested yearly and results monitored. Commodore Solutions can provided onsite and clinical audiometric testing that meets and exceeds industry requirements.

Physical Demands testing

Physical Demands Assessment

Completed through onsite observation and interviews to develop and document the specific physical demands of a positions. The Physical Demands Assessment forms the back bone of developing accurate job descriptions, designation of safety sensitive classifications, and return to work programs.

Fit to Work Testing

Fit to Work Testing

A specific regiment of tasks and movements that are consistent with tasks and movements that would be done everyday within the job and scope of the company. We have the ability to tailor a program to each company’s specific needs and provide audits to ensure the accuracy of the test as technology and processes evolve. Tests are completed after a comprehensive medical history review, and vital signs are monitored throughout.

Pulmonary Function Testing

Pulmonary Function Testing

Pulmonary Function Testing is used to measure how fast an individual can move air in and out of their lungs and determines whether that person’s lung capacity falls within a normal range based on their age, weight, sex, race, and smoking status. This test is used to monitor and track lung function in environments with exposure to smoke, fumes, dust, gases, and vapors.

Fit to Work Testing

Respirator Mask Fit Testing

Quantitative mask fit testing acts as a highly accurate method to gauge the efficiency of a respirator mask's seal, offering precise measurements crucial for optimal protection. We offer testing for half-masks, full-facepieces, CBRN/Gas masks, powered air-purifying respirators (PAPRs), and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBAs). All tests are completed with our AccuFIT9000™ which conforms to CSA Z94.4 testing standards.

During a quantitative fit test, the individual wears the mask and connects to a measuring device that assesses particle concentration both inside and outside the mask. While engaging in a series of exercises, such as deep breathing or head movements, the machine calculates the leakage rate. This data is then utilized to determine the fit factor, offering a measurable evaluation of the mask's effectiveness in preventing the entry of airborne particles.

Reach your Occupational Heath and Safety Goals

Let us help you with your occupational testing programs and corporate goals.  We come alongside as a partner to find and develop solutions that help gain efficiency, limit risk and increase profitability.