Improve working conditions

Create a safe and bright work place

A happier, healthier workforce, less sick days and staff turn-over, reduction in the risk of fines, lower insurance premiums, improved productivity, improved public perception – are all benefits attributable to improved light quality.

Effective illumination is critical for workplace safety and productivity.

LED colour temperature

LED manufacturers refer to the colour of light as the ‘colour temperature’. The colour of light is measured on the Kelvin scale, which is actually a measure of temperature. The table below depicts the range of colour temperatures for common scenarios. Typically, LED lighting is offered at 3,000K, 4,000K, 5,000K, with the 5,000K commonly used in most UK industrial lighting applications.

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LEDs have the potential to significantly reduce the frequency of accidents related to the maintenance, operation and repair of lighting systems because the long life of LEDs would enable an exposure reduction to the associated hazards.”

National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health

Uniformity and consistency

Designing out risks in the workplace through improved quality of light, goes hand in hand with a comprehensive and consistent approach to uniformity.

Our lighting design seeks to offer the best possible uniformity. Choosing a reputable LED manufacturer will ensure consistency of colour temperature and light output – mixing manufacturers and selecting cheap luminaires can leave you with a very inconsistent light profile.

Safe and sustainable

LED lighting technology is the safest, most sustainable, most efficient solution to address industrial workplace safety risks.

It offers improved visibility of hazards, ideal colour for alertness and colour perception, no risk of exposure to mercury or UV, and it avoids maintenance hazards including electrocution and falls from height.