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As more and more people are employed in offices and contact centres, there is a growing risk of exposure to dangerous noise levels. Though there are regulations in place that deal with noise exposure, they are not always understood and correctly enforced in offices where headsets are used.

Make sure you keep your headset users safe. Everything you need to know about the regulations and risks is explained in our Noise At Work paper.

Read the “Noise At Work” paper

There are several devices on the market to protect headset users from acoustic shock and ensure compliance with EU regulations. Here are a selection of the best:Protecting your headset users

Polaris Soundshield – The ultimate all round protection. Soundshield removes unwanted noise from a call without affecting the voice communication by analysing and eliminating only ‘offensive’ sound frequencies. In this way call clarity is maintained and headset users safeguarded. Noise exposure data can also be downloaded to demonstrate legislative compliance.

Plantronics DM15E – A digital amplifier that uses Plantronics’ SoundGuard Digital technology to filter sudden noise spikes and monitor daily sound exposure.

Jabra Link 850 – Using Digital Signal Processing the Jabra Link 850 removes hiss, buzz and other background artefacts from calls as well as automatically adjusting calls to a consistent volume.

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Join us for breakfast at Microsoft Campus, Thames Valley Park, RG6 1WG on Wednesday 26th June 2013 at 09:00.

Over breakfast, Communications Solutions UK in association with Jabra and
Modality Systems will be presenting an informative session on the benefits of
Unified Communications Lync 2013.

Learn how Microsoft Lync, Communications Solutions UK, and Jabra will

  • Improve your company communications
  • Facilitate employee collaboration
  • Improve the speed of your return on investment
  • Increase user adoption

Who should attend?

  • Key decision makers from your business who are responsible for IT or communications
  • Businesses with no current Unified Communications strategy or who already run OCS or Lync 2010

Please register here to book your place for the Briefing.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to be kept informed of any future events or just can’t wait to find out how devices make experiences with Lync 2013, then please click here for a call back.

We otherwise look forward to meeting with you on Wednesday 26th June 2013.

Directions:

Microsoft Campus, Thames Valley Park, Reading,
RG6 1WG – Report to building 3 reception. For more information please click here