We instinctively know that lighting quality plays a direct role in our physical relationship to our work. We don’t need studies to show us (although there are many) that in order to do our jobs safely and happily, we need to be able to see clearly.
Despite this, many facility managers still overlook just how much of an impact lighting has on employee health, happiness, safety, and productivity. Not only will your “boots-on-the-ground” people benefit from a quality lighting upgrade but, when done right, these facility improvements will limit your liability and ensure long-term operational, financial, and environmental benefits.
Our fact-packed and engaging ebook demonstrates the abundance of improvements that lighting optimization can have on your facility. Including safety, sustainability, productivity and much more. Reading this really could change the future of your workplace.
Studies have shown the correlation between light levels, alertness, and fatigue. Measurable brain activity has shown the stimulating effects of good quality lighting compared with poor lighting, particularly with shift workers. One study found that LED lighting helped workers detect trip hazards 94% more quickly.