Health and Safety North set to return to EventCity, Manchester for a third edition

The event, which takes place on 8-9 October 2019, is the biggest of its kind in the North of England, is THE place to test the latest technology, select the most up-to-date solutions and confer with like-minded professionals.

This year will see increased number of visitors with more than 2000 delegates expected to attend and even more equipment on display. New exhibitors include Respirex International, Checkmate Fire, Unigloves, The Fire Protection Association, Achilles Information and more.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has also confirmed its presence on stand H82, where experts will showcase a range of solutions to help duty holders. This includes guidance, publications and products, training and events, testing and monitoring, research and consultancy.

What to watch when working at height will be the theme for the Access Industry Forum (AIF) on stand E75. For the first time the stand will feature IPAF’s virtual reality (VR) training simulator. The very latest in training technology, the motion base of the basket makes it feel as though you’re moving on a mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) while engaging in the virtual world of a job site. The simulator can be set to any level of VR programme depending on the skill of the operator.

Unmissable content

Content will once again be at the heart of the event with 30+ hours of CPD accredited content on offer across three theatres. These will feature educational seminars, industry debates and practical presentations.

Health and Safety North offers two unique theatres packed with educational content. The HSM Knowledge Exchange theatre features panels of experts taking part in interactive question and answer sessions with the audience on a range of pertinent health and safety topics. This initiative is actively supported and sponsored by Health and Safety Matters (HSM), the leading publication for the health and safety sector.

The main conference theatre is curated by The British Safety Council and will include presentations from leading industry figures and associations including Lawrence Waterman OBE, Neal Stone, Mates in Mind and the Health and Safety Executive. Topics on the agenda include promoting health and wellbeing, the impact of revised sentencing guidelines and influencing health and safety culture.

A new addition to this year’s event is the Ejendals Safety Academy, which will take place on day one and will discuss protecting hands and feet and the importance of wellbeing in the workplace and beyond. Delegates will be able to participate in interactive workshops and test out various products at the different workstations including FSS. They will also be able to network over a special Nordic lunch.

Health and Safety North and Fire Safety North take place at EventCity Manchester on 8-9 October 2019 and you can register to attend for FREE at and

Informa Markets is delighted to announce further growth for the 2019 edition of IFSEC International, FIREX International, Safety & Health Expo and Facilities Show

Taking place on 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London, the shows demonstrated notable visitor growth, representing 39,188 unique visitors – including thousands of international visitors from 128 countries – boasting an overall combined budget of £45.7 billion.

Safety & Health Expo saw steady visitor growth driven by an impressive selection of highlights, including a 75-hour CPD-accredited educational seminar programme, the brand-new Workplace Wellbeing Show and the new PPE Attack Zone. The 2019 inspirational speakers were a particular attraction with Steph McGovern, Eddie the Eagle and Jonny Wilkinson drawing huge crowds.

This programme helped Safety & Health Expo secure a 3% increase in visitors and an annual purchasing budget of £7.2 billion ensuring Safety & Health Expo remains by far the largest event of its kind in the UK. Visitors came from 74 countries, with strong growth in heads of department andC-suite professionals, highlighting the show’s prestige and considerable global reach.

Event Director Chris Edwards commented, “The substantial increase in footfall we saw this year and the high-quality of visitors Safety & Health Expo attracts, really demonstrates how significant the event remains for the health and safety profession. We’re proud of the way it has continued to grow in scope and scale, remaining at the forefront of the industry as it evolves.”

The year ahead

These strong numbers represented the four events’ continued centrality to their respective industries. Showcasing the most innovative products, providing education and helping connect thousands of professionals with hundreds of leading exhibitors, each has proved itself an essential part of the industry calendar, reflected in the visitor growth and their continued innovation.

Next year, IFSEC International, FIREX International, Safety & Health Expo and Facilities Show will take place on 19-21 May 2020. The date change, announced earlier this year, has been made so that all four events will better reflect the industry calendar and give exhibitors and visitors a longer period of time in which to continue their conversations before the summer period – don’t forget to add it to your diaries.

UBM EMEA is proud to announce yet another successful Safety & Health Expo

The annual show, now in its fifth year in London, welcomed safety and health professionals from around the world to ExCeL London for 3 days of networking, seminars and legislation updates.

Safety & Health Expo attracted over 14,000 visitors representing a 4% increase on the 2017 event and boasted over 300 exhibitors from 20 countries. 54% percent of visitors held an annual purchasing budget of over £100k. As a result, the show connected specialist suppliers to key decision makers who were ready to procure cost-effective solutions and take advantage of on-site discounts.

The online Meetings Service played a key role in this, with over 800 meetings between exhibitors and visitors being prearranged before the event began, proving the exhibition’s success as a platform for networking.

Chris Edwards, Brand Director of Safety & Health Expo explained, “Safety & Health Expo 2018 has been a huge success. After speaking with visitors and exhibitors, it’s a comfort to know this sentiment is shared. This year’s show reflected the profession’s crucial shift towards health and wellbeing and it has been a privilege to bring together stakeholders such as NEBOSH, HSE, IOSH and RoSPA, who are driving these changes too.”

One of the most successful seminars was the SHP debate, “Do we really need to be talking about mental health so much?” Heather Beach, Managing Director of The Healthy Work Company, introduced the session by announcing that the health & safety industry has for too long leant solely on the safety element of its title, and is only now waking up to the vital role that worker health and wellbeing plays in creating a safe and happy workforce.

The Inspirational Speaker Series was an unforgettable highlight. The show welcomed a fantastic line-up of world class speakers, including comedian and mental health expert Ruby Wax OBE, English rugby legend Sir Clive Woodward OBE and Nicky Moffat CBE, formerly the British Army’s highest-ranking female officer.

The second day called for celebration as Jyssica Murphy, Health & Safety Advisor at Torus, was named as SHP’s Rising Star UK Award. The award sought to recognise the role that young people are playing in health & safety and acknowledge the new generation of health & safety professionals.

Throughout all the three days, The Professional Clothing Fashion Show was a magnet for all visitors. The catwalk welcomed powerful dance routines which elevated the most innovative, stylish and striking workwear and PPE solutions. Crowds watched with excitement as solutions from 3M, Port West and Tranemo came to life on stage under bright lights.

The show was also proud to welcome London Air Ambulance, which was initially funded by UBM during its start-up phase and its first three years. To come full circle in such a way is a testament to Safety & Health Expo’s growth and imprint on the profession. A spokesperson for London Air Ambulance commented, “Many thanks for the wonderful opportunity of being charity partner for Safety and Health Expo. It was amazing for our Chief Pilot and Deputy CEO to talk about the challenges of operating in London and for so many visitors to play the giant operation game. Corporate partnerships are the lifeblood of our charity.”

As always, visitors to Safety & Health Expo had unlimited access to the 5 co-located shows which form the Protection & Management Series. Safety and health professionals were able to enhance their specialisms across fire, security, facilities management, field service management and PPE.

Jeremy Rees, Acting CEO, ExCeL London commented, “We were delighted to welcome Safety and Health Expo to ExCeL London. Our teams are working closely with UBM to support their ambitions for growth and we are delighted that they had another successful event with us.

This event, together with the wider Protection & Management Series, is playing a vital role in maintaining and creating safe and secure environments, something that resonates strongly with us. We look forward to welcoming visitors and exhibitors again next year, when they will be able to travel to ExCeL more quickly than ever before via the Elizabeth line.”

Safety & Health Expo 2019 takes place from the 18-20th of June at ExCeL London. For more information about participating either as an exhibitor, sponsor or visitor please visit or contact Chris Edwards on [email protected]

About Safety & Health Expo

Safety & Health Expo is organised by UBM, which in June 2018 combined with Informa PLC to become a leading B2B information services group and the largest B2B Events organiser in the world. To learn more and for the latest news and information, visit and

SoloProtect announce a new generation of lone worker safety

June 19th, 2018 will see lone worker specialists SoloProtect return to ExCeL London, to exhibit at both IFSEC International and The Safety & Health Expo.

Hot on the heels of the launching SoloProtect Go and SoloProtect Watch earlier in 2018, this year’s Protection & Management Series will see SoloProtect add to their growing product range, with the major announcement of an exciting, forthcoming lone worker device in both IFSEC and The Safety & Health Expo.

Both IFSEC International and Safety & Health Expo bring together key associations, manufacturers, distributors and industry leaders from the world of security, and health and safety – providing a great opportunity to engage with industry professionals, across a wide range of safety issues.

The event is also a great opportunity to witness a wide range of guest speakers and seminars, including a talk by SoloProtect’s Managing Director, Craig Swallow. Craig will be exploring how Body Worn Video may affect the future of lone worker safety, and the benefits to both lone worker and first responders.

The SoloProtect team will be present across the full three days of the event, and welcome visitors to drop by either stand for demonstrations of the new lone worker device, SoloProtect Insights, and other devices from a broadening product range.

Where to find us

IFSEC International – Stand No: F510
IFSEC International Registration

Safety & Health Expo: Stand No: T256
Safety & Health Expo Registration

Arrange a meeting

To arrange a meeting on either stand at the event, please contact [email protected] for more information.

The Main Event For Health & Safety Professionals

Safety & Health Expo 2018 Is Here And Now Includes An Occupational Health and Wellbeing Zone

Safety & Health Expo 2018, the UK’s largest health and safety event and conference, will take place this year at ExCeL London on 19-21 June.

Following the success of 2017’s event, the Safety & Health Expo team have been in close conversation with the profession to ensure that this year’s show is full of fresh, inspirational ideas as well as the innovative solutions needed to move your health and safety practices forward.

The profession is experiencing a shift. Industry-wide there’s a definitive need for a more holistic approach to all-inclusive wellbeing as well as an acknowledgement of the huge benefits that this brings to employees and businesses alike. These concerns are reflected in this year’s event, which has launched a brand new Occupational Health and Wellbeing Zone to help inspire practitioners

In proud partnership with NEBOSH, HSE, IOSH and RoSPA, the Safety & Health Expo is driving this shift within the profession, acting as a catalyst for a more inclusive approach and serving the profession in an increasingly holistic and effective manner.

What’s On?

Showcasing top health and safety solutions from 300+ UK and international suppliers, visitors can source from a range of behavioural safety, risk management, training and occupational health products and services from trusted names including Traka, Mascot International, Draeger, Evac+Chair, Ikar GB, RRC International and Safety Media.

The Safety & Health Expo Keynote Theatre, supported by Safety Media
We’re proud to introduce an incredible line-up of aspirational speakers including comedian and mental health expert Ruby Wax OBE, Nicky Moffat CBE and Sir Clive Woodward OBE, who’ll take to the stage to deliver fascinating, diverse talks on the need for positive professional environments, communications, conditions and challenges and how to sustain and grow a healthy, happy, high-achieving workforce. Plus there’ll be strategic, topical debates including discussions on ISO 45001, sentencing guidelines and prosecutions and Carillion’s collapse, to name just a few.

Occupational Health & Wellbeing Zone

The new Occupational Health & Wellbeing Zone will have a dedicated seminar theatre sponsored by Acre, and a relaxation zone – plus visitors will be able to take part on yoga classes in the heart of the show. Hear industry leaders share their personal stories on mental health and wellbeing and why it’s so important for organisations today. Discover how to create your own culture of wellbeing to eliminate stress, increase resilience and give your business a real competitive advantage.

Operational Excellence Theatre, sponsored by Kelvin TOP-Set

Here you’ll find all the ‘do’s and ‘don’ts’ of occupational health and risk assessment, including a look from an HSE perspective. Seminars include ‘Making business and safety even better’, ‘Accident investigations, ‘The migration from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001’ and ‘Working at height: lessons learnt from recent incidents and prosecutions’.

Professional Development Theatre, sponsored by Principal People

Supporting leaders and future leaders of the profession, seminars are focussed on career development and qualifications, soft skills and behavioural safety and culture.

Lone Worker & Driver Safety Theatre, sponsored by DriveTech

With plenty of case studies up for discussion, this theatre will address best practice in lone worker health and safety.

Industry Awards

This year Safety & Health Expo will play host to the Professional Clothing Show Awards, the RoSPA Awards, and the SHP Rising Star Awards, which return for their fourth year.

The Legal Clinic – in association with Turnstone Law and 2 Hare Court

Tap into the latest thinking and advice from our experts. Each day the clinic will feature a morning and afternoon seminar on topical legal issues. Over lunchtime, lawyers from Turnstone Law and 2 Hare Court will be on hand to answer all your health and safety legal questions in a free, round-table discussion.

Virtual Reality in Health and Safety

Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service are using VR Technology to give drivers a totally immersive look at a pre-crash environment, giving them the chance to spot causation factors through to the actual accident. Try it out and learn about other applications for VR in health and safety.

The Professional Clothing Show

Back due to popular demand, the Professional Clothing Show will once again form a key part of the event, actively showcasing new and innovative workwear inclusive of footwear, gloves, badges and ties alongside PPE solutions. The PCS fashion show will give the chance to see innovations from leading suppliers demonstrated by catwalk models. 

CPD Accredited Seminars
As well as the latest solutions on the market, Safety & Health Expo will offer CPD accredited seminars covering the latest legislation and guidance updates, with tips on creating a positive safety culture and successfully embedding health and safety within your organisation.

Register for your free ticket at

Speaking of special offers – new deal on Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder

Cirrus Research’s best-selling Trojan noise nuisance recorder is even better value for money with a year-end special offer now available.

With a host of new innovations included as standard, any Trojan2 orders received before December 31, 2016, will also receive a free, high quality, active loud speaker for playback purposes and a 15% discount of calibration services, guaranteed for two years.

Overall the package is worth up to £500.

Trojan2 also offers end users a raft of features and functions and coupled with its upgraded software, measurements can be made over longer periods of time.

“It has been designed to meet the needs of Environmental Health Officers, Housing Associations and anyone who needs to measure, monitor and record noise nuisance,” said Tom Shelton, Cirrus Research Marketing Manager.

“This special offer means there are even more savings to be made against the overall kit, so it represents fantastic value for money.

Trojan2 user Jill Edmondson, in Wakefield Council’s Communities Environmental Health Department agreed: “The recordings are invaluable when an officer has to approach the subject of the complaint and if necessary show them the evidence of noise nuisance.” she said. “The Trojan is particularly invaluable when the noise nuisance is sporadic. “It gives us a very clear picture of what is going on.” 

Trojan2 offers high quality, high resolution audio recording as standard using a 16bit/16kHz uncompressed WAV file. This gives plenty of frequency range (up to 8kHz) and a wide dynamic range (up to 96dB) so audio recordings can handle both high and low levels with no loss of quality.”

Another key feature is the Wireless remote control and 4GB memory. This is usually more than enough for most applications but it can be expanded with a 32GB option.

The AuditStore function in the Trojan2 also guarantees the chain of data from the instrument to the software, a useful feature if you need to present measurements and recordings as evidence.

Other noise monitoring must-haves included on the Trojan2 are Pre & Post Trigger options for audio recording that can be set as needed. The pre-trigger can be up to 30 seconds and post-trigger up to 60 seconds.

All the software buy phentermine 37.5 online cheap provided is licence-free with NoiseTools supplied as standard, free of charge and without any installation or licensing restrictions. This means customers can install it onto many desktops, laptops or servers as necessary at no extra cost. Updates are free of charge.

The Trojan2 is designed to be mains powered with secure cables, but it will switch to its own internal batteries if the mains power is lost. Another important feature is that when power is restored, the noise nuisance recorder will start up again and continue to operate. The Trojan2 will automatically restart when the mains power is restored even if its internal batteries are flat.

Other modifications to make life easier for the end user include:

• Quicker and simpler removal of the cables for transport and storage

• Less cables to connect to the sound level meter

• More space in the case for storing accessories

• A simple way to add a wired hand switch if needed

The Trojan2 is designed, manufactured & supported in the UK and backed by a 15-year warranty



The software is a key part of the Trojan2 system and provides the ability to download measurements and recordings, view data and replay audio files directly from any PC. The measurements are stored in a simple tree structure so information is easy to find and data can be tagged with a place, person or project to organise the information for later analysis.

If necessary, replaying the audio recordings through speakers, NoiseTools has a calibration system built-in that lets the customer adjust the levels to accurately represent those at the time of the recording. NoiseTools can also be used with noise measurements and audio recordings made in either Noise Nuisance mode or Hand-held mode and provides a powerful set of tools to view, analyse and store information.



• High resolution colour OLED screen with backlit keypad

• Repeating measurements for environmental noise monitoring120dB dynamic range in a single span

• 4GB memory with 32GB option

• Simultaneous measurement of all parameters

• 16bit/16kHz or 32bit/96kHz audio recording

• Option of real-time 1:1 & 1:3 octave band filters from 6.3Hz

• AuditStore™, Acoustic Fingerprint™ & NoiseTools as standard

• Compatible with the CK:670 Outdoor Measurement Kit

Cirrus Research to showcase doseBadge® 5 at H&SNorth 2016

Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research will be showcasing its doseBadge5 at Health & Safety North at Bolton Arena, October 12-13.

Offering a host of new features, the latest addition to the doseBadge range will be on the H36 stand, giving delegates the chance to see and experience the latest model for the first time.

The doseBadge5 has been developed by the in-house R&D team, following on from the doseBadge IV that was introduced in 2007.

Its compact size hosts a wealth of new future-proof technology but still offers the same tried and tested features that have set the doseBadge apart since its debut in 1996.

The doseBadge5 arrives in the year that Cirrus Research celebrates 20 years since it brought the first doseBadge to market – having sold an incredible 20,000 units worldwide since then.

The latest model has a wide range of new USPs including: increased wireless technology so the doseBadge can be connected via a mobile phone or App on a IOS or Android controlled device; with information being downloaded even quicker using this type of technology.

The doseBadge5 unit is now even more slimline boasting detailed data-logging facilities that can be specified down to the second, rather than the previous one-minute window.

It also has intelligent charging with the device controlling its own charger to combat overcharging so it can prolong battery life to more than 12 hours and now includes an anti-tamper and vibration device to cut down on anomalies.

To give users complete control buy phentermine 37.5 mg with no prescription over your noise assessments, the doseBadge5 allows measurements to be started and stopped automatically at preset times using the Scheduled Measurements function. The start time, duration and end time of a measurement can be set either in the NoiseTools software or in the dBLink App, giving you complete control over when measurement data is gathered.

If required, measurements can be paused to allow for lunch breaks or rest periods that should not be included in the overall measurement data. Up to three timed periods can be defined for each day and the timers enabled or disabled for specific days of the week. If the doseBadge5 is on the Dock being charged, timed measurement periods are ignored but as soon as badge is removed from the Dock, the timers are activated.

This allows the doseBadge5 to be deployed to remote sites or to locations where there is no access to a doseBadge5 Wand or the dBLink App.

Thomas Shelton, Marketing Manager, said: “The response we have had to the doseBadge5 has been fantastic and we expect a similar reception in Bolton. There will also be special offers available over the two days for both new and existing clients to take advantage of, as well as Cirrus’ other noise and vibration products being showcased.”

As well as the doseBadge5, the Cirrus team will also be demonstrating Optimus sound level meter range as well as the Revo vibration meter for hand-arm and whole body measuring that only came to market in 2015.

Lone Worker Safety Again Key Focus Of Annual Conference

The highly regarded LONE WORKER SAFETY 2017 Expo is taking place on Tuesday 28th March 2017. It is the only event specifically staged for lone workers and has been growing in popularity since its launch over six years ago.
This annual event features several passionate conference speakers who are widely respected true experts in their chosen fields.
All exhibitors, which include firms specialising in lone worker security technology and devices, as well as personal protection training and other types of risk management, will equally ensure this event becomes a source of extremely valuable and relevant information.

Over the recent years the LONE WORKER SAFETY Expo has also become a very useful and highly respected platform for professionals to exchange information, recommendations and codes of practice in reference to all aspects of lone worker protection.
Why is the issue of lone worker protection of such great importance?
Robert Kaiser, Organiser and Chair of this annual event states: “According to several studies and research projects a high percentage of workers are concerned about facing verbal aggression, hostility or physical conflict.”
“Everyone responsible for lone worker protection must understand all legal responsibilities to their workforce, as well as all legal, financial and moral consequences if this matter has not been phentermine 37.5 mg used given full attention.”
“The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 and other laws do not make it illegal for employees to work alone, but they do place a responsibility on the employer to ensure that it is safe for them to do so.”
Employers are responsible not just for their own employees but also for others who are affected by their work activities such as self-employed individuals and contractors.
However, Robert Kaiser is also keen to point out that those who work alone also have a responsibility to take reasonable care of themselves and others affected by their working activities. This includes co-operating with employers to ensure that their legal responsibilities are met.
“The knowledge provided by all speakers and the carefully selected products highlighted by all exhibitors can make a real difference in the life of a lone worker. It can make the difference of coming home safely after a hard day at work or not coming home at all.”
Further details of this event can be obtained on the event’s or by email [email protected]


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Cirrus Research ready to prescribe noise & vibration solutions at Safety & Health Expo 2015

Cirrus Research is taking its Noise Doctor product and advisory clinic to the Safety & Health Expo this June, when it opens its doors at the Excel in London. 

Enjoying a highly visible position on Stand P2150 the team of experts will be offering advice, information and product demonstrations on a wide range of sound level meters, noise dosimeters and training courses.

And for the first time it will be showcasing the new REVO™ vibration monitor – the very latest product to come out of the Cirrus stable.

Key products that are being showcased this year include:

  • REVO – Cirrus’ first vibration monitor, providing a simple and convenient way to measure, analyse and assess vibration data – ideal for assessing hard-arm or whole body vibration exposure.
  • 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 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.

Delegates will also have the chance to enter the Cirrus digital “Play Your Sounds Right” on the stand using two large touchscreens. Anyone who registers and plays will receive a 10% discount if they place an order within 3 months of the show – up to 30th September 2015.

Cirrus Research Marketing Manager Thomas Shelton added: “We attended buy phentermine philippines SHExpo last year and had a fantastic show. This year we have an even bigger and better stand to showcase our products and services so we are all looking forward to it. We are expecting an awful lot of interest in the REVO – it should be a very busy three days.

“We also have a few surprises up our sleeve so it’s well worth customers, both existing and potential, coming down to see us to find out more about our latest developments.” added Tom.

How does the Noise Doctor process work exactly? – with a simple 3 step diagnosis process:

  1. 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.
  1. 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 vibration measurement equipment on offer.
  1. 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.

Cirrus Research Moves into Vibration Market with New Product

Noise measurement specialists Cirrus Research are moving in to the vibration detection market for the first time with the launch of its new RevoTM Vibration Meter.

The Revo provides a simple and convenient way to measure, analyse and assess vibration data – ideal for assessing Hard-Arm or Whole Body Vibration exposure.

It meets all the relevant industry standards such as ISO 5349 and European Directive 2002/44/EC as well as the ISO 8041:2005. It is also capable of measuring four channels simultaneously.

The robust but compact instrument can also be used to measure Whole Body Vibration to ISO 2631, as well as vibration on passenger and merchant ships to ISO 6954.

It typically comes as part of a complete measurement kit, which includes the accessories required to carry out Hand-Arm Vibration measurements and handle mounts for the Triaxial Accelerometer. An extended range of accessories is also available, which allows it to be used in a wide range of additional applications.

In addition to the measurement of vibration for human exposure, the Revo can also measure three channels of FFT data. This is used to analyse vibration in machinery, vehicles and other vibrating structures.

The Revo boasts a compact design, colour OLED display and can store up to 10,000 measurements, as well as up to 1000 FFT measurements. Its simple software for data transfer and calculation of Daily Exposure A(8) is also very user-friendly. It can operate for between 10-14 hours using just 3xAAA batteries and the USB interface allows easy transfer of to any PC.

Marketing Manager Thomas Shelton said: “This is a strategic diversification for Cirrus buy phentermine online uk shipping Research. We have found that vibration monitoring was becoming more and more linked to our sector, so it was a natural progression to add vibration products to our portfolio.

“We believe the Revo has everything you could need in a vibration meter and is both price and aesthetically very appealing. The feedback from the market and our clients so far has been very positive and sales enquiries are already very buoyant as a result.”

Key components of the Revo include:

  • Hand-Arm measurements in accordance with ISO 5349:2001
  • European Directive 2002/44/EC & the Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005
  • Whole-body vibration measurements to ISO 2631
  • Vibrations on passenger and merchant ships to ISO 6954
  • Meets ISO 8041:2005 standards
  • SEAT measurement at driver seats with options KD:103 Triaxial Whole Body Seat Accelerometer
  • Condition monitoring of rotating machinery in three axes
  • Vibration measurement in vehicles and other vibrating structures
  • Display of running and interval RMS, maximum RMS (MTVV), vibration dose value (VDV), vector sum, peak and maximum peak value Key features
  • Supplied as a complete Hand-Arm vibration kit with Triaxial Accelerometer
  • Four independent measuring channels with IEPE inputs & TEDS support
  • Fourth channel for SEAT measurements at driver seats
  • Measurement of acceleration for Hand-Arm & velocity/displacement for Machine Vibration
  • Weighting filters to ISO 8041 Wh for hand-arm vibration and Wb, Wc, Wd, Wj, Wk & Wm for whole-body vibration
  • Display of interval and running RMS, maximum RMS (MTVV), interval RMS, estimated Vibration Dose Value (eVDV), Vector Sum, Peak and Maximum Peak values
  • 3-channel FFT for the detection of main frequencies

You can see the Revo at the Safety & Health Expo 2015, 16-18th June at London ExCel.