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Many safety professionals evaluate the quality of light at their workplace. Lighting needs to be designed with the task in mind. Different activities require certain quality and lighting levels. Ergonomically designed workplaces require enough light to see small parts, for better contrast, and be able to see moving parts much more readily. Safety concerns in parking lots lead to disaster when the public or workers trip over chains or there are trespasser concerns.
Lighting an environment is often a complex task and is an important consideration during the design stage of the building (by architects and interior designers). However, lighting should be designed for the tasks that people are carrying out within that environment. Guides to lighting and lighting assessments can seem very complex, technical documents.
Different activities need different levels of light. In general, the more detailed the task, the greater the light requirement. Lighting comes in different colors and strengths (LUX). Reflection may be a consideration. Gymnasiums and lobbies may be at 200 lux, an office at 500 lux, or production line at 750 lux. A parking lot may only require 50 lux. There are several good documents such as the HSG38 Lighting at Work for the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers Code for Lighting.
Our meticulously documented, internally monitored, and externally audited quality management systems exceed ISO/IEC 17025 requirements We check more points than our competitors to ensure that your device is consistently accurate across its entire range We allow you the flexibility to customize your calibration to your own requirements, so you can rest assured that your instrument’s accuracy has been verified specific to your application
At CIH, we follow NIST traceable standards. Our trained technicians take a very thorough and detailed approach to servicing and calibrating your heat stress monitor. We're as concerned for worker safety as you are.