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Hearing Program

The Fort Carson Hearing Program strives to prevent hearing loss and enhance communication for noise exposed personnel. The program has four major elements: hearing readiness, clinical hearing services, operational hearing services, and hearing conservation.

 

Good hearing enables a soldier and/or civilian employee to maintain critical situational awareness and effective voice communication in any environment (i.e. garrison, industrial, training, operational and combat missions). Noise induced hearing loss is a significant negative personal, financial, and mission impact for our soldiers, civil service employees, and the Army.

 

Hearing is a soldier’s most sophisticated sensor. We can HEAR the enemy long before we see the enemy!

 

NEW: Hearing Conservation Posting of Signs and Decals

 

Hearing Program Educational Request Form
(Fill and submit online)

 

For Scope of Services, SOP, Command Emphasis Letter, Training Videos, Presentations, Regulations, and other resources, click HERE

Army Hearing Program

Two Locations:
Buildings 1040 &

Building 1042 (SRP)
719.526.6976

 

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Last Modified 29 January, 2014