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  • Casella unveils new Hand Arm Vibration Meter

    Casella’s new Hand Arm Vibration Meter has been developed to monitor those susceptible to hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS). This serious condition affects one in ten people working with hand-held, vibrating power tools¹, such as hammer drills, chainsaws and concrete breakers. Encompassing a number of conditions including Raynaud’s Disease and White Finger, without proper ...


    By Casella

  • Get Connected with Casella at Safety and Health Expo 2015 - Stand P2334

    Casella will be showcasing a selection of its next generation occupational hygiene monitoring solutions at Safety & Health Expo 2015, on 16-18 June at the ExCel London convention centre. At the event, Casella will be launching its innovative new Apex2 range of personal sampling pumps for dust, whilst also giving visitors the opportunity to interact with the recently launched dBadge 2 noise ...


    By Casella

  • Casella to showcase new occupational hygiene monitoring solutions at IOHA 2015

    Casella will be presenting its new, next generation noise, dust and vibration monitoring solutions at the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) Conference in London on 25-30 April 2015. Designed to simplify the measurement and monitoring of agents that cause work-related diseases, Casella’s latest hand-held and bodily worn instruments offer scalable solutions to those ...


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  • Global noise measurement experts since 1969

    Pulsar Instruments plc (UK) have been recognised as trusted global noise experts for 50 years. Starting out as an engineer-led concern in Silicon Valley, California in 1969, Pulsar Instruments has represented the gold standard for noise measurement and has contributed significantly to a change in the way noise, and in particular noise at work, is currently monitored, helping protect ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Exposure to Vibration: Do You Know the Limit?

    Approximately two million people in UK workplaces are at risk of developing Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome, commonly referred to as HAVs.[1] In the engineering industry, many workers are required to operate hand-held power tools and other hand-guided equipment as part of their job, exposing them to potentially high vibration levels. Long term exposure to vibration levels that exceed safety limits ...


    By Casella

  • Safety & Health Expo 2016: find new noise & vibration at work solutions

    On the 21st to the 23rd June, Cirrus Research are exhibiting at the Safety & Health Expo in ExCel London. Noise and Vibration at Work continues to be a real area of concern, as the risks are not always visible. That is why our team of experts will be available to guide you through what you need to keep your workplace safe. Bringing Solutions to Your Noise and Vibration at Work Challenges ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Health & Safety Event 2016: Noise and Vibration at Work Matters

    The Health & Safety Event 2016 is right around the corner. Noise and Vibration at Work continues to be a real area of concern as the risks are not always visible. That is why our team of experts will be available to guide you through what you need to keep your workplace safe. The Health & Safety Event 2016 – Where, When and How to Register The Health & Safety Event 2016 takes ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Health & Safety North 2017: Hearing Protection Selection Just Got Easier

    The team at Cirrus Research is proud to be exhibiting at this year’s Health & Safety North – coming to you from EventCity, Manchester for the first time. They will be demonstrating our latest solutions for assessing the risks of occupational noise and vibration on Stand K33. What is Health & Safety North? Health & Safety North is where anyone interested in occupational ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Vibration Meter Shortlisted for Prestigious Health and Safety Award

    Entering their fifth successful year, the Tomorrow's Health and Safety awards aim to celebrate the best products and services the safety industry has to offer. "Pulsar is excited that one of our newest products has reached the top 50 finalists. We know the Pulsar vB is an amazing product and to be selected proves other people think the same" says Simon Rehill, General Manager of Pulsar ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • PCB® Offers New Seat Pad Triaxial ICP® Accelerometer for Ride Comfort Studies, Conformance with ISO 10326-1 Requirements

    Depew, NY, USA – PCB Piezotronics, Inc. (PCB®), introduces a new triaxial ICP® accelerometer that installs between rider and vehicle seat, for ride comfort studies and human vibration exposure investigations. Model 356B41 contains a precision, low profile, triaxial ICP® accelerometer, which is mounted to a metal plate and screwed into a molded rubber pad. The sensor may easily be removed from the ...


    By PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

  • Enter a New World with Cirrus Research

    Cirrus is evolving. We want to make safety at work easily achievable for everyone. That’s why we’re entering into the world of vibration with the launch of the Revo™ Vibration Meter. Join us on our journey. Watch video here. Introducing the Revo™ Vibration Meter Take Control of Vibration Monitoring The Revo has been designed specifically to allow you to measure ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • New Larson Davis HVManager™ Helps Meet EC and ISO Directives & Standards

    November 15, 2006, Provo, UT, USA – Larson Davis has introduced the Human Vibration Meter (HVM) utility software, known as HVManager™, for Vibration Exposure Assessment and Management, designed to provide instantaneous tool assessments to all new standards, including the HSE recommended points system; EU physical agents directive 2002/44/EC; ISO 5349; and ISO 2631. With an easy to use ...

  • Larson Davis Products Address New ANSI Standards for Construction and Demolition Worker Hearing Loss Prevention

    Depew, NY, USA – Two classes of instruments from the Larson Davis division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc. (PCB®) can be used to effectively measure noise exposure levels, as recommended in the new American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standard A10.46-2007, “Hearing Loss Prevention in Construction and Demolition Workers”, protecting tradesmen, laborers, supervisors and others engaged in these ...

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