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  • Writer's pictureLloyd Mawhinney

MawGreen Ltd Blog - 6. LED Lighting Optimises Ergonomics

Updated: Apr 10, 2019

Ergonomics focuses on fitting the worker to the job, not the job to the worker, and aims to find the best way to get the most from the worker and increase efficiency. Lighting is consistently rated as a workplace concern by workers as lighting can either enhance an employee’s job or limit them, and impacts mood, comfort, and performance.

Lighting which causes reflections in screens, glares, and shadows are examples of bad workplace design and negative ergonomics, but LED lighting combats this by creating different environments for workers which makes the space more comfortable for them. LED lighting can be tailored to the worker’s needs and preferences to help them work to the best of their ability and ensure optimum performance.

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