Since 1970, Cirrus’ mission has been to make monitoring noise simple. More than 45 years later, we thought it was time to look back at our story so far and see what we have achieved. Join us by watching our video, which explores our history and what makes us the noise measurement pioneers that we are today.
We’re pleased to announce that the Class 1 Optimus Green and Class 1 Optimus Red Sound Level Meters have passed the latest round of Type Approval Tests and have been certified as meeting the latest version of the sound level meter standard, IEC 61672-1:2013 (and the corresponding NF EN 61672-1:2014 publication). The instruments have been tested and certified by the LNE, Read More…
The new generation of the doseBadge® Noise Dosimeter has arrived. It has been launched at the Safety & Health Expo 2016 in London’s ExCel (21st to 23rd June 2016) on Stand Q2050. Here’s a look at how the doseBadge5 will you monitor occupational noise exposure.
The TrojanLITE Noise Nuisance Recorder is Cirrus’ latest solution to help Housing Officers measure noise nuisance. Here we take a look at the new features that make this noise nuisance recorder a simple and effective solution.
On the 21st to the 23rd June, Cirrus Research are exhibiting at the Safety & Health Expo in ExCel London. Noise and Vibration at Work continues to be a real area of concern, as the risks are not always visible. That is why our team of experts will be available to guide you through what you need to keep your Read More…
In 1996 Cirrus pioneered the first doseBadge Noise Dosimeter. 20 years later and we are preparing to launch the fifth generation. Expand your Noise Knowledge!Signup to the NoiseNews blog for the latest article updates straight to your inbox.
The Health & Safety Event 2016 is right around the corner. Noise and Vibration at Work continues to be a real area of concern as the risks are not always clearly visible. That is why are team of experts will be on hand to guide you through exactly what you need to keep your workplace safe.
Yes, it’s me – The Noise Doctor. Welcome to the first NoiseNews Round-Up! I’ll be bringing you some of the latest and quirkiest noise-related news stories from around the world. In this premier edition, I’m looking at noisy giraffes, troublesome ponds, Rod Steward and Heathrow airport. Let’s get started.
Health & Safety Managers everywhere know that managing noise risks isnât as easy as it sounds. If you donât, the company runs the risk of being fined by the Health & Safety Executive or sued by their employees for noise-induced hearing loss. To help you avoid the pitfalls, letâs recap of the 5 Biggest Noise at Work Mistakes. Iâll then talk you through the newly revealed 6th Mistake, which is arguably one of the most important of them all.
Noise nuisance complaints looks set to be one of the big community issues again of 2016. Local Authorities are having to budget ever more resources to policing the issue. This isn’t easy in these times of austerity. But how many noise nuisance complaints do they receive? We wanted to find out.