Sound Masking (“Speech Privacy” or “White Noise“) is the process of introducing ambient noise that gently overrides the sounds that ceiling panels do not completely reduce, making a workspace more comfortable and productive.
Sound Masking Solutions will work in conjunction with your ceiling and panel systems to create an environment that encourages teamwork while allowing autonomy for your employees. As an industry leader in Sound Masking Solutions, MUZICRAFT SOUND ENGINEERING can offer you an affordable acoustical solution that can significantly improve the comfort and productivity of your office space.
Distractions can be minimized which ensures you are creating a more productive environment for your employees. While the open office plan is designed to encourage interaction and collaboration, noise from meetings, speakerphones and conversation can be overwhelming. Employees also need the opportunity to work independently without interruption.
Sound masking is set one or two decibels above conversation level. It provides a random sound that does not carry information, and is non-directional and harmoniously uniform. Sound masking provides voice privacy, confidentiality, and protection of proprietary information as required by The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and The Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA), also known as the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999.
PERFECT FOR HEALTHCARE LOCATIONS WHERE PRIVACY IS A MUST
Sound masking is set one or two decibels above conversation level. It provides a random sound that does not carry information, and is non-directional and harmoniously uniform. Sound masking provides voice privacy, confidentiality, and protection of proprietary information as required by HIPAA and GLBA.
PERFECT FOR FINANCIAL LOCATIONS WHERE PRIVACY IS A MUST
Privacy is extremely important in the financial sector. Financial firms have a responsibility to safeguard personal financial information. The Safeguards Rule under the Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLB) requires financial firms to protect their client’s non-public personal financial information, including how the information is collected, stored and used. Many institutions have established effective security measures to protect the data stored on their servers, but neglect to fully safeguard client information during its collection and use.