Top 10 posts of 2015 on Pulsar noise measurement blog14th dic 2015
Our noise measurement blog is just over a year old. During that time, we have doubled our readership which now includes hundreds of colleagues, customers and distributors (and competitors!) around the world who read our weekly posts. It has been a great experience for all involved to share the latest industry developments, strategies and tips around workplace noise monitoring, updates on legislation, current noise measurement technology, some basic acoustics and many more subjects with you all in the last year. Thank you above all for joining our community and for your positive feedback.
As we are about to enter a new year, we just wanted to recap the top 10 most popular posts that our readers visited on this site in 2015. We will be back in the New Year with a new programme of blogs and articles. Do check our website regularly for updates!
Top 10 posts of 2015 on Pulsar noise measurement blog:
3 reasons why you should use an acoustic calibrator
5 steps to get you ahead with Noise at Work
Construction noise measurements strategies
Understanding the 3dB rule
Most hazardous jobs for your hearing
How to get the most of your Pulsar noise dosemeter software
Nova sound level meters: 7 years of complete peace of mind
Is your noise measurement device still accurate?
Test your acoustic knowledge with our Noise Quiz
Is an integrating sound level meter right for my business?
That’s all for 2015! What blog posts do you hope to see from us in 2016? Please do let us know if there is anything you would like us to cover by using the reply box provided.
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