Health & Safety
Barking up the Right Tree with Noise Monitoring Solutions at the Health and Safety Expo 2014
May 06 2014
Cirrus Research (UK) is taking its Noise Doctor advisory clinic and a brand new delegates' competition to the Safety & Health Expo this June.
Enjoying a highly visible position on Stand Q2380, the team of experts will be offering advice, information and product demonstrations on a range of sound level meters, noise dosimeters, training courses and noise warning signs.
But to ensure it's not all work, visitors will also be invited to participate in the new version of the popular "HOW Loud?" competition with prizes worth up to £1,000. For every entry received, Cirrus has pledged to donate £1 to its official 2014 charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity that trains dogs to alert deaf people to important sounds and danger signals in the home, work place and public buildings. This allows them greater independence, confidence and companionship throughout their lives.
Said James: "This is a superb charity that does amazing work; not just in Yorkshire but across the UK. We hope that all the delegates who come to our stand can enjoy the "How Loud" Challenge but at the same time help us to raise much needed funds for this great cause."
The Cirrus team hope the competition will tempt a steady stream of visitors to Q2380 along with key products that are being showcased this year. They include:Optimus Sound Level Meters, ideal for Noise at Work and Environmental Noise Measurements; The doseBadge Noise Dosimeter, ideal for measuring and assessing the noise exposure of mobile workers or anyone working in hazardous environments; and The SoundSign Noise Warning Sign, ideal for informing and warning employees about high noise levels in the workplace.
And to guarantee that every customer enjoys the very best in customer care and after service, Cirrus completes the all inclusive product package with free training.
Customers who purchase an Optimus Sound Level Meters and doseBadge Noise Dosimeters will also receive a dBAdvangage Card that offers even more discounts and customer support options. The Expo team will be on hand to explain in more detail all the advantages as well as the industry-leading 15 year product warranty that comes as standard on all Cirrus Research products.
James added: "This is the UK's largest health & safety show so it is a fantastic opportunity to meet up with many of our existing customers as well as reach out to new potential clients. This year our noise measurement product range has been improved and expanded, so our team of Noise Doctors are looking forward to diagnosing the issues and coming up with the right product for the customers."
How does the Noise Doctor work - with a simple 3-step process: Advice - Cirrus Research will give plain, simple advice and answer any questions so the client can be confident that we have the best instrument that meets the standards, regulations and guidelines they are working to; Product - With so many sound level meters, noise dosimeter and other noise measurement instruments being available from Cirrus Research, our experts will match requirements and specifications from the wide range of sound level meters, noise dosimeters and noise measurement equipment on offer; and Support - This is crucial part of the service that the Noise Doctor offers - whether it is a quick question over the phone, on-site training, or something more in-depth.
And with every Optimus Sound Level Meter or doseBadge Noise Dosimeter comes free training in the form of the Cirrus Product Training Course, or CPTC.
The Cirrus Noise Doctors will be on hand to provide details of the CPTC as well as offering advice about other training options available with our equipment.
Cirrus Research is proud to develop and manufacture all of its products in the UK.
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