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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/27/11 Lighting
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8/27/11 Lighting - Is it Important ? Insufficient lighting can cause: - Unsafe working conditions resulting in Injuries from unseen hazards/ death. - Loss of productivity. - Loss of quality. - Eyestrain - Blurred Vision - Headaches If a worker cannot see, a worker cannot work.
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8/27/11 Why is Good Lighting Increases Productivity Enhances Comfort Most importantly improves safety
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8/27/11 Other poor lighting problems Poor lighting can lead to myopia (nearsightednes s), increased headaches, and increased stress
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8/27/11 Area = 1 sf 1 ft 1 Lume n How to measure lighting ? Lighting is measured by foot candles 1 Foot Candle = The amount of light given off by one candle on a surface one foot away
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8/27/11 A light meter can be used to measure the number of foot candles.
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8/27/11 Example This is an example of a living room that read 10 foot candles.
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8/27/11 Example 2 This kitchen read about 25 foot candles
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8/27/11 Example 3 This grocery store read about 150 foot candles
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At about 200 foot-candles most people begin to squint. This is when sun glasses are
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