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Have a question pertaining to the Hearing Conservation Standard? Unsure about the results of an audiogram? Need an outside opinion regarding OSHA recordability or work-relatedness of a standard threshold shift? Click here and ask Dr. Brooke Gordon, AuD, Director of EI’s Hearing Conservation Programs!
Dr. Brooke Gordon earned her Bachelor of Science in Educational American Sign Language Interpreting (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Tennessee in 2006. She holds the Doctor of Audiology degree from San Diego State University / University of San Diego, California (Joint Program) graduating in 2012.
Dr. Gordon is a licensed and Certified Audiologist in the State of North Carolina. She is a current Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (FAAA), holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) and is a Certified Course Director and Professional Supervisor for the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC).
She is a former Military Officer for the United States Navy and completed her audiology resident practicum experience at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, CA. Dr. Gordon received the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation for Meritorious Service in 2015. She began her professional audiology career in 2012 as an Audiologist Program Manager at the Regional Hearing Conservation Program, (Bremerton, WA) United States Navy. Her career track also includes an audiology clinical role with the United States Veterans Affairs (Miami, FL) in 2016.
Today, Dr. Gordon is the Senior and Supervising Audiologist for The EI Group. She is responsible for managing and supervising audiometric testing, pulmonary function testing, and respiratory fit testing mobile services for over 400 industrial clients in the southeast and mid-Atlantic geographic service areas. She is EI’s lead CAOHC Certification Instructor and also delivers hearing conservation consulting services to industries throughout the US.
In her spare time, Dr. Gordon enjoys time with her dog Guinness, reading, exercising, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family and friends.
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As safety professionals and healthcare providers dedicated to preventing hearing loss in the workplace, it is important for each of us to stay informed on the latest updates within the hearing conservation arena. AudioAssessor©’s Links & Resources serve to help keep you abreast of the latest industry guidelines & updates, recent research findings pertaining to hearing loss and advances in hearing protective devices. This page contains a link to the regulatory standard (1910.95), articles pertaining to hearing conservation, links to training courses for audiometric technicians and more. If you have an article that you think the rest of the hearing conservation community would benefit from, send it to us here!