We’re incredibly excited to announce that we’re launching a campaign to donate to some of the UK’s key workers, who are keeping us safe and keeping the country going during the coronavirus pandemic.
With all the doom and gloom in the news recently, we wanted to share something a bit more uplifting, which comes from within our own ranks! We wanted to pay tribute to those members of our team who are still doing everything they can to keep our business moving, and supply all our customers with the equipment and services they Read More…
It’s week four of the UK Covid lockdown and while several organisations are currently in hibernation, there are many others who are continuing to operate as normally as they can, and those in key sectors who are working like troopers to keep the country going. Many businesses are beginning to plan for when things get back to normal, and many of them have asked us: “do I still need to get my instruments calibrated during the lockdown?”.
An important update about our service and calibration department, following yesterday’s announcement.
As promised in the last blog article that updated you on what Cirrus Research is doing following the UK lockdown, here is the third daily business update.
As promised in the last blog article that updated you on what Cirrus Research is doing following the UK lockdown, here is the second daily business update.
As promised in the last blog article that updated you on what Cirrus Research is doing following the UK lockdown, here is the first daily business update.
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister yesterday evening, everyone is digesting the news that our lives, at least for the time being, have been changed beyond any semblance of normality.
If you work in health and safety or noise measurement, you might be wondering just how you’re supposed to collect the data you need whilst ensuring you stay at least two meters away from other people.
Given recent international developments surrounding the outbreak of the coronavirus, Cirrus Research CEO, Daren Wallis, has made a statement.