lighting


How to improve workplace productivity and happiness with the flick of a switch

Managing Director at Eco UK Group, Steve Gardner, explores how lighting can impact workplace productivity. Read More

How to stay safe with emergency lighting

Mark Poutney, Senior Engineering Manager at Chalmit, explores some of the most important considerations senior decision makers need to bear in mind when it comes to emergency lighting. Read More

Monitoring lighting levels on the railway

Ensuring the safety and security of employees and passengers is a key priority for every rail organisation, and lighting has a crucial role to play in this. Read More

Poor lighting leads to fire escape death and £80,000 fine

Aberdeen Market has been fined £80,000 after admitting to safety failures, following the death of an 80-year-old man Read More

The importance of lighting in industrial spaces

A look at some of the factors decision-makers should consider if they want to develop a lighting strategy that is mindful of health and safety. Read More

Easily LED, lighting on construction sites

Choosing effective and energy-efficient LED lighting for construction sites can help ensure workers stay safe and well, day and night, and can save money at the same time, says OnSite Support Director Damian Lynes. Read More

Construction focus: safety in the darker winter months

This month SHP is looking at new ways the construction industry is keeping its workers safe. With the winter months Read More

Lighting – Industrial Lighting Systems

Industrial Lighting Systems (ILS) has launched a new telescopic lighting pole that is ideal for use at oil refineries, gas plants, power stations and rail tracksides. Read More

Hazardous-environment lighting – LED pendant light fittings

Cooper Crouse-Hinds has launched a new range of high-power LED pendant light fittings that are said to be suitable for use in Zone 1 and 2 hazardous gas environments and Zone 21 and 22 hazardous dust environments. Read More

Delivery firm denounced for “sustained and systemic” failure

A courier company has been fined £150,000 after a delivery truck reversed into a worker and crushed his head against the brick wall of a loading bay. Read More



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