MONTREAL, Nov. 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Workplace Medical Corp. (WMC) has expanded its Mobile Hearing Testing services into the province of Quebec. As Canada’s largest provider of mobile hearing testing, WMC will be showcasing these services in their new state-of-the-art mobile trucks at Le Grand Rendez-vous Santé et Securité du Travail on November 15th and 16th in Montreal.
The Mobile Hearing Testing service allows for companies to provide hearing testing for their employees on-site, saving the company time and money. WMC’s custom built state-of-the-art trucks are equipped with 6 individual hearing booths in an office environment - combining the quality of individual testing with the efficiency of testing 6 people at a time, or 24 per hour.
Mobile Hearing Testing service is one part of a complete hearing conservation program. A complete hearing conservation program also includes noise surveys, education and custom hearing protection.
William Shapiro, President and CEO of Workplace Medical Corp., was excited to announce the expansion. “Quebec employers are greatly underserviced for mobile hearing testing compared to other provinces. We look forward to the opportunity to help Quebec companies protect their employees from noise induced hearing loss.”
He also announced a new partnership with Quebec’s Polyclinique de l’Oreille to provide follow-up audiological testing when required.
Workplace Medical Corp. offers a wide range of occupational health services and solutions, and aims to ensure that employees are healthy, safe and fit for work.
Workplace Medical corp. helps organizations in the public and private sectors reduce avoidable absences through comprehensive employer services to support their prevention, response and return to work strategies. WMC helps keep Canada working by delivering these services through their six divisions including mobile hearing testing, first aid training, disability management, occupational health services, absence management and wellness.
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