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Symphotech Rock Safety with New Acoustech Noise Management Division for UK Live

12 July 2018

Symphotech supported UK Live at their first events in Scotland with safety management and launched a new independent noise management division, Acoustech, June 2018.

This was the first time for event organisers UK Live to hold events in Scotland. Symphotech lead securing the license for Let’s Rock and Sunday Sessions in Dalkeith Park, outside of Edinburgh, which marked the first time for event organisers UK Live to hold an event in Scotland.

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Symphotech Set Sail with Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta 2018

26 June 2018

The Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta 2018 featured an international fleet of Tall Ships that arrived into Liverpool as part of a four day international celebration. Symphotech supported its client, Culture Liverpool, with event management and safety through the planning stage and across the weekend.

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Fire Risk Assessments Post Grenfell: How Could it Affect the Event Industry?

31 May 2018

Fire safety is paramount in event management, but since Grenfell and the subsequent review, event managers may need to take heed to ensure they are compliant under the correct regulations and guidelines.   

Peter Golding, Symphotech’s fire and event safety consultant, explores the approach to potential developments surrounding fire safety and regulation since the tragic Grenfell disaster in 2017.

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Musician wins case for hearing damage: Time to sit up and listen

25 April 2018

Ian Taylor, Principle noise consultant at Symphotech & Acoustech explores the recent landmark 'acoustic shock’ case and discusses if this is too little too late or a can of worms that should remain firmly closed.

Many of our friends, followers and clients will be more than acutely aware of the news that broke on Wednesday 28 March. A viola player Chris Goldscheider won a landmark High Court judgment against the Royal Opera House (ROH) for a life-changing hearing injury he sustained at a rehearsal of Wagner's Die Walkure in 2012.