Vibration in the workplace is one of the most common occupational health and safety risks. Having the right tools to measure and monitor vibration is essential.
Noise pollution is an invisible danger that affects the health and wellbeing of all life. In the second blog of this series, we will be looking at noise pollution and how it affects people
Cirrus Research has announced today that is has become one of the first companies in the world to join the SME Climate Hub, a new groundbreaking climate action platform.
Everyone has that one sound that makes their toes curl and their skin crawl. There are a whole host of sounds out there that can only be described as unbearable.
Noise pollution is an invisible danger that affects the health and well-being of all life. In this series of blogs, we will be looking at noise pollution and how it affects wildlife, people, and the environment.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations came into force in 2006 for most UK employers. This blog discusses what these Regulations are and what they mean.
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.
Cirrus Research is pleased to announce the addition of two all-new dual-level acoustic calibrators to our range of market-leading instrumentation. The CR:516 and CR:517 dual-level acoustic calibrators can calibrate sound level meters and noise dosimeters in the field, using either the 94dB at 1kHz or 114dB at 1kHz levels that are featured as standard. These new dual-level acoustic calibrators are Read More…
The latest release of our NoiseTools software is now available to download!
Following the adjustment in the UK lockdown guidance, many of you may be starting to return to work. If you’re tasked with measuring and monitoring noise, you may be wondering how best to do it while ensuring you keep to social distancing guidelines. Here are some of the things you can do to stay as safe as possible while gathering Read More…