This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and during this time, it’s never been more poignant or relevant to think about our mental well-being and remember to look after ourselves and those around us.
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.
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.
On your sound level meter or noise meter, you will often see references to frequency weightings, but what does this mean?
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Today marks World Mental Health Awareness Day, and it’s one of the most important awareness events of the year. In the last few years, mental health awareness has dramatically improved, meaning that people who for too long have suffered in silence, are now getting the help and treatment they need.
Watch our short video and learn where to get tips and advice in order to prepare your business for Brexit, whatever the outcome.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week! We couldn’t think of a better time for everyone to show their support. Mental Health problems can affect anyone. The issues don’t have a favourite gender, a specified income or a preferential age bracket. Anyone can suffer, and too many choose to do so silence. This week is your chance to have a chat with Read More…
Marketing Exec Clarke Roberts recounts his first motorspot experience from Cadwell Park, as part of Cirrus’ ongoing partnership with driver Ashleigh Morris.
No matter who are, there’s always that one sound that makes your toes curl and your skin crawl. Whether it’s terracotta plant pots, nails on a chalkboard or children crying, there are a whole host of sounds out there that can only be described in one way: unbearable. To get to the bottom of which sound really is the worst, we ran a short poll on social media to gauge people’s reactions to a shortlist of some of worst sounds to ever pass through a human ear. The shortlist was made up of suggestions from around the Cirrus sales and marketing office, with the option for respondents to add their own suggestions if they found our list of audio atrocities wasn’t abominable enough.