Monitoring environmental sound is an important element in managing noise impact on society. In this article published by AWE International, Dan Saunders, of Clarke Saunders Associates, explains some of the factors that need to be considered in the capture, measurement and accurate assessment of environmental sound.
We carry out occupational noise at work assessments in accordance with the requirements of the EU Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, to establish both employees' exposure to potentially damaging noise sources and employers' responsibilities to protect their work force.
Clarke Saunders Acoustics’ residency at The Ministry of Sound does read a bit like a regular DJ booking, but actually this is where our London office is based. Close to Elephant & Castle tube station, and pretty much within the London South Bank University campus, The Ministry is a creative workspace with a gym, bar, café, terrace, cinema...
Dan Saunders, of Winchester-based acoustics specialist Clarke Saunders Associates, took to the stage with a well-known TV personality for a trade association awards event. As Chair of ANC, the Association of Noise Consultants, Dan hosted the trade body’s conference and evening awards event ...
We develop engineering solutions to physical problems tempered by our experience of the practical difficulties of implementation. Complicated measures have their place, but simple, elegant solutions are often the most effective.