LAS. LAF. LCS. LCF. These are common terms you probably see when taking a noise measurement with your sound level meter. The “F” and “S” indicate the different Time Weightings used for that measurement but what do they mean?
Noise comes in all shapes, sizes and sounds. It’s part of our everyday lives but before you can accurately measure it, you need to know what the different types of noise are. Here’s my advice.
It’s 2015! After enjoying the excesses of Christmas, we are all looking for new ways to save money. How about saving 30% on your noise measurement equipment?
Remember me? Yes, I’m The Noise Doctor. I’ve been away having a makeover but I’m back and ready to fight those deadly Decibels. Want to find out all about me and how I can help you? Read this blog post.
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You’ve been told you have to complete a Noise At Work Risk Assessment. There’s all the Regulations for you to read through. A plethora of potential instruments to choose from. Endless choices to make. And all that’s before you even start…
Yes, The 5th November is almost here. The brilliant bonfires and fantastic fireworks will soon be bursting into life, painting the skies with their cocktails of colours. So, don’t commit treason and protect your hearing. Not sure how? Here’s our advice.
Do you spend more time worrying about noise at work? You are not alone. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) has become a major issue for all manner of businesses throughout the UK. Personal Injury Lawyers are now promising to fight for compensation under what they call industrial deafness but what are the facts?
When the BBC needed a noise expert to appear on their flagship programme, The One Show, it didn’t take long for them to call on Cirrus Research.
Noise measurement specialist Richard Wilson of the The Event Safety Shop, along with a number of colleagues, measured and monitored occupational noise levels at the 2014 Glastonbury Festival to ensure that the noise exposure of festival staff and concession workers was in-line with the Noise at Work Regulations. To carry out the measurements, Richard and his team used the Cirrus doseBadge Read More »