Lighting for Veterinary Hospitals or Clinics
HOW BEST TO EVALUATE VETERINARY LIGHTING
Clinical lighting is an invaluable instrument for veterinary professionals as it assists in precise examinations and improved care of animals. Quality lighting also plays an important role in eliminating eye strain, fatigue, and discomfort, affecting productivity and general well-being. To assist you in selecting the best exam and surgery light for your veterinary hospital or clinic, we have identified and prioritized the factors that are essential when choosing a veterinary light fixture.
Dental Lighting Labs
LIGHT QUALITY STRONGLY IMPACTS THE DENTAL INDUSTRY
Dental laboratories place high demands on light quality. Learn about the three key measurements to consider when choosing a task light for the dental environment: – spectral power distribution (SPD), color temperature, and color rendering index (CRI) – and how to have the right light where you need it, when you need it.
Lighting for Senior Care
GOOD LIGHTING ENRICHES SENIOR LIVING
The statistics on aging show us the challenges ahead in caring for the elderly. There is an increase in life expectancy, which is affecting the way we think about healthcare and the importance of quality in elderly care facilities. The lighting design of these facilities can have a great impact on the overall effectiveness for the staff, patients/residents and visitors. Derungs Licht AG has been addressing the needs of the healthcare industry for over 65 years. Experience and education has made us experts in the specific needs of elderly care facility lighting.
Ergonomics: Working to rule
Promoting ergonomics in the workplace
Ergonomics is the science of the conformity of human work. The word consists of the Greek words “ergon“ (work) and “nomos“ (laws). Ergonomics is a complex system with the ultimate aim of adapting every aspect of the workplace to the needs of the employee. There are many different benefits: Employees are more efficient and their motivation level is higher. Their health is less likely to suffer, even if they do a job for a long time. There is also scientific research to back up the theory that ergonomic improvements to the working environment increase staff productivity and the quality of their performance on the job.