Efficienza lavorativa e condizioni illuminotecniche: Studio sperimentale

Translated title of the contribution: Work efficiency and lighting conditions: An experimental study

D. Grosso, A. Bellini, P. Zambelli, P. Troiano, M. Di Bisceglie, A. Bergamaschi, B. Piccoli

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Abstract

Thirty-two voluntary subjects were selected, not suffering either from any degenerative ophthalmic diseases or refraction and ocular motility alterations. Each subject underwent close visual task experimental sessions (e.g. PC usage), under monitored experimental conditions. Aim of the study is the assessment of working efficiency effects caused by lighting conditions characterized by "according to law" illuminations, yet in presence of high or low luminance ratios in the "occupational visual field". An analysis of the data showed that high luminance ratios conditions show a decrease of the performance (decrease overall efficiency, increase in the number of errors and time of execution), which where not detected with low luminance ratios conditions. Asthenopia did not show clear differences, possibly due to the effects of the intense near work which was present in both the experimental sessions.

Translated title of the contributionWork efficiency and lighting conditions: An experimental study
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)256-258
Number of pages3
JournalGiornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro ed Ergonomia
Volume29
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Rehabilitation

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    Grosso, D., Bellini, A., Zambelli, P., Troiano, P., Di Bisceglie, M., Bergamaschi, A., & Piccoli, B. (2007). Efficienza lavorativa e condizioni illuminotecniche: Studio sperimentale. Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro ed Ergonomia, 29(3), 256-258.