Lighting Measurement

Lighting Measurement

Lighting is one of the most important factors in providing a safe working environment, performing visual works without any problems and obtaining a suitable field of view. At the same time, it is a priority for all workplaces to ensure that the working environment is bright enough to improve occupational safety conditions and to make certain workplace hazards visible.

Adequate illumination of the working environment is important not only to create a visual impact, but also to make employees feel better and morale. Adequate lighting also has a biological and psychological effect on employees. In addition, it has a significant impact on business productivity in the enterprise. In terms of occupational health and safety, lighting has a great impact on the quality of the work, in a fast and accurate manner, on reducing the error rates and on the prevention of occupational accidents.

As a general approach, it is necessary to benefit from daylight as much as possible while providing lighting in the working environment. If this cannot be achieved, an artificial lighting system that meets the lighting criteria should be installed in the working environment. In many cases, daylight and artificial lighting systems are used together.

Illumination intensity, luminescence, reflectance ratio, factors such as direct and indirect illumination, glare, color temperature of light and color reflection are evaluated separately.

The intensity of lighting and its distribution in the work environment have a major impact on the ability of employees to perform visual tasks quickly, safely and comfortably. The higher the intensity, the more detailed the details of the work. High luminance increases employee concentration and motivation and increases employee performance by 50. The number of occupational accidents decreases as the employee makes fewer mistakes. According to statistics, the majority of occupational accidents occurred in workplaces with less lighting intensity than 200 luxury.

Our organization From ÖSAS Accreditation Agency, TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standards in accordance with the accreditation authority, based on the analysis of ambient lighting measurements are made.