Workplace - OSHA Noise Regulations

Every year, millions of people are subject to hazardous noise in the workplace which may result in:

  • loss of hearing

  • psychological stress

  • reduced productivity

  • poor concentration

  • interruption in communication

  • workplace accidents

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Noise standard (29 CFR 1910.95) requires employers to have a hearing conservation program in place if workers are exposed to a time-weighted average (TWA) noise level of 85 decibels (dBA) or higher over an 8-hour work shift. If this sounds like a foreign language to you then let us interpret all the legalese for you and tell you what your options are for your specific situation in order to be compliant. It’s as simple as giving us a call!


HIPAA privacy compliance (oral communications) states that healthcare providers must take reasonable measures to insure that health information remains private. To be HIPAA privacy compliant you need to take careful precautions to ensure that medical information being shared from doctor to patient is not overheard. Healthcare providers must take reasonable action in order to keep medical information private.


Many preventative measures can be taken to make sure that your office is HIPAA compliant. Please contact Soundproof San Diego today to discuss options that fit your situation.

Legal - Homeowners Association (HOA)


In some cases, a Homeowners Association (HOA) must be involved in order to perform services at your project site. Soundproof San Diego offers services to converse directly with and negotiate as needed with your HOA on your behalf. Our experience in this field may help to expedite any hold-ups and see that progress is made towards completing your next project. Please contact today for more info.