A sound blog
23 January 2013
The self-reported worker's survey for 2010/111 estimated that 22,000 people were suffering from hearing problems believed to be related to the workplace. In response to the findings, Cirrus Research wanted to dispe
In response to the findings, Cirrus Research wanted to dispel any ongoing myths that noise measurement is difficult to implement and understand.
"Workplace related hearing loss is becoming an increasingly common hazard within most workplaces," says James Tingay, group marketing manager at Cirrus Research.
"Our customers and distributors can learn more about noise measurement and the different types of equipment available through regular updates on our blog, NoiseNews.
"The blog explains the different types of equipment, frequency weightings, class, type and maintenance as well as providing a platform to actively participate in online 'Questions and Answers' and the opportunity to ask the professionals about noise measurement equipment.
"Due to the post's popularity we have collated our top 10 and published them in an eBook which is available to download from our website.
"The majority of our customers and distributors use the eBook and the blog posts as self help guides.
The two posts which have been the most visited are: What you need to measure for the Noise at Work Regulations and What to look for when choosing noise measurement equipment for noise at work.