Cirrus is excited to be exhibiting at this year’s Health & Safety Event 2018 takes place at Birmingham’s NEC from 10th to 12 April. We’ll be unveiling new products, features and services to provide you with a complete solution noise and vibration at work measurement solution, as well as celebrating our shortlisting as finalists in the Safety & Health Excellence Award for Campaign of the Year.
It seems that there literally isn’t a day goes by that there isn’t some kind of awareness campaign, anniversary or PR-driven message. National Sausage Week, Shop ‘Til You Drop Day, Peculiar People Day – you name it, somewhere in the world we celebrate it. One day however that is a little closer to home for me takes place this week March 3 – World Hearing Day 2018.
Noise is pretty easy to quantify but very hard to illustrate. For the last 40 years Cirrus has built its business and reputation on accurately monitoring and recording sound but had precious little to work with when it came to visually illustrating noise. That was always the challenge for our marketing department.
Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research have been shortlisted in this year’s national Safety & Health Awards for Campaign of the Year.
Noise Monitoring specialists Cirrus Research have expanded their training academy programme, adding a new Noise at Work Awareness course. Aimed at Health & Safety personnel who require a basic understanding of the noise regulations, it is also suitable for those who are new to noise assessments as well as a useful revision for people who have not been involved in Read More…
We’re delighted to announce that our ISO 9001 Certification has been updated to the latest 2015 edition. This replaces the previous ISO 9001:2008 certification for Cirrus Research plc and further shows our dedication to providing our customers with a high quality product. As a responsible manufacturer, Cirrus Research plc is committed to providing both quality products and service excellence, while ensuring Read More…
Tony Higgins, from Enviroconsult Ltd, uses Cirrus Research’s range of sound level meters to investigate environmental and occupational noise issues. One of his latest projects took him to a successful restaurant, which had recently expanded, and the owners needed to assess the impact of their new extraction system that was potentially causing a statutory noise nuisance.
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.