The Cirrus Research offices will be closed from 4.30pm on Friday 22nd December 2017 and will re-open at 8.30am on Tuesday 2nd January 2018. If you have any urgent sales enquiries, please contact email@example.com. This mailbox will be monitored throughout the Christmas period and a member of the team will respond to you as quickly as possible. We would like to wish Read More…
Small music venues may be fighting back against a tide of noise nuisance complaints that are forcing many to close across the UK.
This question surfaces online on a regular basis and was the subject of a debate at this year’s Health & Safety North seminar in EventCity Manchester.
It would be borderline bad taste to say I’d never heard of tinnitus before my diagnosis. But the fact I genuinely hadn’t highlights, not only my lack of knowledge about the ailment, but society’s ignorance in general. Read Chris Page’s journey of discovery with tinnitus.
When the audience sits in the stalls of a West End theatre they have very little idea of the technology that goes into giving them the ultimate live show experience. Awareness is however increasing and Health & Safety Consultant, Richard Beale, is fortunate enough to work with some of the best-known theatres in the heart of the West End dealing with this specific issue.
We’re pleased to announce that the Cirrus doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter now includes 1:1 Octave Band Filters as standard*, adding to the already comprehensive set of measurement data that the unique doseBadge5 can provide. The doseBadge5 is already the best specified dosimeter available with multiple measurement channels, comprehensive data logging, Bluetooth® wireless communications and all of the unique features of the previous generations of Read More…
The team at Cirrus Research is proud to be exhibiting at this year’s Health & Safety North – coming to you from EventCity, Manchester for the first time. They will be demonstrating our latest solutions for assessing the risks of occupational noise and vibration on Stand K33. Find out about our latest innovations here.
Like all Local Authorities, Reading Borough Council has a statutory duty to look into any complaints of noise nuisance. With a population of around 155,700, it is one of the smaller boroughs in England but the range of complaints that come into its Environmental Protection and Nuisance Team are pretty varied; from music loving neighbours, crowing cockerels, howling hounds, even noisy budgerigars.
There has been a growing awareness of the availability and application of sound level meter apps providing noise measurement functions. But how accurate are sound level meter apps when undertaking noise measurements? We did some research to look at the options.
Our new Trojan Noise Nuisance Training Course is a 1-Day workshop for Local Authorities, Housing Associations and Tenant Management Organisations who are using, or looking to use, the Cirrus Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder and NoiseTools software to manage noise nuisance complaints. This 1-day course is ideal for both new and existing Trojan users alike who looking to get the best from Read More…