Cirrus Research making noise about doseBadge5 at NEC Health & Safety Event 2017
Thursday 9th February 2017
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Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research are debuting the new doseBadge5 at this year's Health & Safety Event at the Birmingham NEC, March 20-22.
Delegates visiting Cirrus Research at Stand G56 will be able to see the doseBadge5 for the first time at the H&S event following its successful launch last year.
The doseBadge5 boasts enhanced wireless technology to allow remote communications with the doseBadge5 Wand and the dBLink App, as well as being iOS and Android compatible.
The doseBadge5 Wand allows instruments to start and stop without disturbing the wearer and view measurement information via a tablet, mobile phone, iOS or Android controlled device. If the doseBadge5 is running, the current measurement information can be display, allowing mid-shift readings to be obtained. If stopped, any stored measurements can still be reviewed.
The dBLink App for Android allows the doseBadge5 units to be configured, measurement information viewed and measurements started and stopped. This latest App adds to a range of new capabilities for the market leading device which was developed by the in-house R&D team and launched earlier this year. It has a wide range of new USPs including data-logging facilities that can be specified down to the second, rather than the previous one-minute window.
The Cirrus team will also be showcasing the Optimus range of high performance sound level meters, as well as the Revo hand-arm vibration meter and SoundSign visual warning signs, ideal for noise at work.
Thomas Shelton, Marketing Manager for Cirrus Research said: "The H&S Event is always a great opportunity to showcase and we're very excited about bringing the doseBadge5 for the first time to the NEC."
"It also allows us to go into much more detail about our products, enhancements that have been made, as well as promote our extra support services such as product training, our 15-year warranty and calibration."
As RoSPA reaches its centenary year in 2017, it’s perhaps unsurprising that, through the nature of what we do, the charity has helped to shape the health and safety community and influence health and safety related policy development over the past 100 years.
The new influx of staff comes only weeks after the company won and fulfilled the largest-ever overseas order in its 46-year history, supplying 627 Optimus Red sound level meters for the Maharashtra Police force in India.Lesley Roberts joins its UK Calibration Sales team, a role that will also develop into rental and training sales, both highlighted as strong and growing markets for the company.
The primary focus of the webinar is to explore the 3 most common pains health and safety professionals encounter when approaching risk assessment procedures. We will delve into how our safety software can aid these pains for organisations. The following is what will be discussed:Increase engagement: empower colleagues to become more engaged in the management of risk, reducing the ‘check-mark mentality’ to carrying out assessments.
Additional dates have been put in the diary for the Cirrus Product Training Courses (CPTC) with new venues being added to the calendar at York Racecourse, the Imperial War Museum Duxford, and the Williams Conference Centre in Oxfordshire, among many others.The courses offer a triple whammy of benefits: an ideal opportunity to bring customers up to speed on the Cirrus products and their applications, gain valuable CPD points and enjoy a great networking event at the same time.
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