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ISO 8995:1989

Principles of visual ergonomics - The lighting of indoor work systems

Identifies the parameters that influence visual performance. It also presents the criteria that have to be satisfied in order to achieve an acceptable visual environment. Is applicable to working areas in industrial buildings, offices and hospitals, but not to those working areas of low luminance used for such activities as projection, viewing of transparencies, and handling of photosensitive materials.


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