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30 November 2021

IT IS essential to monitor the noise levels in a workplace to protect employees’ hearing from any lasting damage. But now noise level monitoring has taken to the cloud. Cirrus Research has developed the MyCirrus cloud platform to make monitoring and storing workplace noise date, easier and more convenient.

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29 September 2021

INTRODUCED BY Cirrus Research, Quantum Outdoor is a single solution for remote monitoring of noise 24/7. It uses powerful cloud software to give users at their desktops control over their environmental noise impact.

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01 October 2021

RECOGNISING THAT hazardous work environments demand effective, reliable communication, Hellberg Safety has introduced improved technology throughout its communications product range.

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01 June 2021

ALLOWING MEASUREMENT schedules to be created up to 28 days in advance, the Pulsar NoisePen noise dosimeter enables safe, socially distanced measurement of an individual’s noise exposure.

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01 February 2021

BACK FOR 2021, Pulsar Instruments will again be delivering its popular one-day Noise at Work courses in a safe face-to-face classroom environment.

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02 December 2020

PPE PRODUCTS from Hellberg Safety include advanced face protection items, noise hazard protection and communication solutions for personal safety and wellbeing on site.

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26 November 2020

A Back to Business Bundle of temperature and noise control instruments has been put together by Pulsar Instruments to help businesses back to work.

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30 September 2020

WorkScreen, a no-contact workplace hearing test solution, has announced relationships with two of the UK’s leading trade member organisations.

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06 August 2020

Svantek’s SvanNET cloud-based solution now offers noise, vibration and dust monitoring with 24/7 support functionality suitable for large infrastructure projects.

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31 March 2020

Svantek's Building Acoustic (BA) Assistant Smartphone Application, which supports its Class 1 SVAN 977A or SVAN 979 sound level meters with built-in Bluetooth interface, is approved by the Sound Insulation & Testing Measurement Association (SITMA).

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26 March 2020

BY Acoustics has chosen sophisticated IMMI noise prediction software from AcSoft for use in a major road scheme project to help determine whether noise has the potential to impact detrimentally upon a sensitive client facility.

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17 March 2020

Pulsar Instruments has designed its Pulsar Nova sound level meter to enable health and safety practitioners to easily meet the needs of the Noise at Work Regulations 2005.

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22 April 2020

The NoisePen personal noise meter by Pulsar Instruments can be used to assess whether employees are at risk of noise-induced hearing loss by exposure to excessive noise.

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14 February 2020

Casella has announced its 2020 training schedule for OSH – webinars and courses on workplace noise, air sampling and vibration.

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20 December 2019

Specialist PPE products from Hellberg Safety include advanced hearing protection devices, face protection and communication solutions for personal wellbeing on site.

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28 November 2019

Pulsar Instruments has announced the 2020 dates for its one-day Noise Awareness Course.

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15 October 2019

AcSoft has introduced the latest NoisePAD four-channel real time Acoustics & Vibration Analyser from SINUS.

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11 October 2019

Trade-in any sound meter for a new Pulsar Nova sound meter or Pulsar Nova noise measurement kit and Pulsar Instruments says you will save up to 30%.

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10 October 2019

The Peltor Electronic Earplug from 3M enables ambient sounds to be heard by its wearer, while providing protection against louder sounds that could cause hearing damage.

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04 October 2019

Pulsar Instruments' One-Day Noise Awareness Course is designed to provide attendees with all the answers they need about workplace noise measurement and how to stay HSE compliant.

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FEATURES

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19 November 2021

How do we protect millions of workers in the UK from prolonged exposure to excessive noise and prevent long term, irreversible hearing damage, asks Tim Turney?

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20 November 2020

Wearing hearing protections is not always popular with staff, but do interactive noise warning signs offer an alternative? Laura Jenkins and Jaymee-Lee Tolliday look at the issues

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14 January 2020

In this article Andy Pulley, team leader & product specialist with Atlas Copco Compressors examines the historic issues of noise emissions in factories related to air compressor operation and its effect on workers and productivity. He explains how today’s need for compliance with health and safety noise level regulations has influenced the development of innovative technology to produce a new generation of quiet compressors.

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14 November 2019

With the Health and Safety Executive estimating that 170,000 people in the UK suffer deafness, tinnitus or other ear conditions as a result of exposure to excessive noise at work, Nigel Thompson, sales manager Gas Power Solutions at Finning UK & Ireland (Finning), highlights the importance of reducing generator noise.

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25 April 2018

There has been a reduction in recent years in the number of reported cases of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) that result from noise at work, with a fall both in the number of new claims and in the number of affected workers. However, according to Pulsar Instruments, we’re now at the point where further reductions in NIHL will require much better and much earlier interventions – especially for high risk workers

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12 July 2017

Noise control technologies are playing an increasingly important role in health and safety practices within manufacturing workplaces, as Lee Nicholson, managing director at Wakefield Acoustics, explains

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18 May 2017

According to the HSE, there are 20,000+ noise-induced work-related diagnoses reported in the UK each year and, according to Dougie Collin, executive director, occupational hygiene, Iqarus, there are far too many examples of companies adopting a poor noise management strategy, which ultimately impacts their business performance and affects the wellbeing of their employees

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03 February 2017

In the UK alone, some 17,000 people suffer deafness, ringing in the ears or other ear conditions caused by excessive noise at work. Most of these injuries could have been prevented had an effective noise exposure monitoring strategy been in place. Kjersti Rutlin, hearing conservation manager EMEA at Honeywell Industrial Safety, explains more

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28 November 2016

Neal Hill, technical product manager at Casella discusses the role he believes technology should play in the future of workplace noise monitoring

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15 January 2016

Noise monitoring is an important part of occupational safety in order to prevent hearing loss in workers, as Andrea Bowen, technical product manager at Casella, explains

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13 May 2015

The challenges that the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 present to the industrial trade are substantial. Some 17,000 people in the UK suffer deafness, tinnitus or other hearing deficiencies caused by excessive noise at work. In the UK, it is estimated that over one million people are exposed to excessive noise levels in the workplace.

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14 January 2015

A health and safety led philosophy is at the forefront of everything that is achieved and produced at Sheffield Forgemasters International (SFI). One product helping the company in its drive to further improve health and safety is a highly visible noise activated warning sign

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30 October 2013

Pulsar Instruments is urging safety professionals to take action on excessive noise and its potentially devastating effects on hearing, and has introduced a new series of 6 decibel meters – the Pulsar Nova.

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17 April 2013

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the most common, permanent occupational injury in the world, according to the World Health Organisation, yet it is preventable. Andy Todd, acoustic engineer at SATRA, outlines why fully tested and certified hearing protection products are vital

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SPONSORED CONTENT

02 August 2013

Diversified technology company 3M is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its best-selling E-A-R brand Classic Hearing Protector with a new educational microsite, Discovery Kits, and free prize draw.

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