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HSG38 Lighting at work

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HSG38 Lighting at work

HSG38 Lighting at work


19.80
Holistic study guidance of how lighting affects the health and safety of people at work. Although addressed primarily to employers and safety personnel, employees may also find it useful. The guidance reflects three primary considerations: the assessment and management of risks attributable to poor lighting; what constitutes good practice; and the minimum recommended levels.

Naturally the document examines the more obvious detrimental effects connected to poor lighting, eg eyestrain, migraines and headaches. However, the guidance also explores less appreciated aspects of insufficient illumination, such as the established link to sick building syndrome, which, in turn, is known to induce symptoms such as headaches, lethargy, irritability and poor concentration. Information is supported throughout by photographs, illustrations, diagrams and easy-glance reference tables.

Notes
Previously published with ISBNs 0717604675, 0118839640. supersedes earlier editions and 'Lighting in offices, shops and railway premises' (Health and safety at work 39)(HSW 39) ISBN 0118808699. 
ISBN
9780717612321
Author
HSE
Published by
HSE Books
Publication Date
1998
Edition
Second edition
Publisher's Ref
HSG38
Format
Paperback
Extent
64 pages
Approx Weight
0.25 kg
HS Code
490199