Lighting can be used to deliver much more than light: it can energise mood and enhance performance; it can improve alertness, concentration and cognition – all of which are essential functions for warehouse staff. Correctly applied, it can even lessen absenteeism and sickness through reduced eyestrain, headaches and fatigue.
In scenarios where your staff work night-shift hours under artificial light, the benefits of human-centric lighting can be significant. Using a broad colour spectrum and range of intensity to support people’s natural circadian rhythms, LED lighting can be tuned to support the needs of the human body clock. This will help your workforce to feel alert when they need to, and improve their cognition and productivity in the process.