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Lighting Assessment (Lux Meter) T&C Form Project : PROPOSED MINOR RENOVATION WORKS FOR SELECTED TOLL

Lighting Assessment (Lux Meter) T&C Form

Project

:

PROPOSED MINOR RENOVATION WORKS FOR SELECTED TOLL PLAZA AT SECTION C4, C5, C5, SECTION OFFICE C6 AND CENTRAL REGION

System

:

LIGHTING SYSTEM

1. The Purpose of Lighting Assessment

In simple terms, a lighting assessment is a careful examination of the lighting condition in the work environment. It serves to:

a) identify the potential hazards arising from the work activity under the current lighting condition in the workplace, such as insufficient illumination, excessive contrast, glare or flicker;

b) decide who may be harmed; and

c) evaluate the risks and decide whether improvement measures are needed to protect the employees, including but not limited to the lighting provision.

2. Lighting Assessment by Measurement

Lighting measurement has the advantage of providing objective, accurate and comprehensive information about the lighting condition. This information would be useful for the assessor to draw an evidence-based conclusion and formulate specific improvement measures.

“Illuminance” is a common parameter to be measured in a lighting assessment. It refers to the amount of light falling on a unit area of the work surface and its measurement unit is “lux (lx)”. It is used to evaluate the adequacy of lighting for seeing an object

3. Illuminance Measuring Instrument

Illuminance is measured by a lux-meter, which is a handy instrument with a sensor for light detection. The measured illuminance is directly displayed in lux(lx). In general, lux meters conforming to internationally recognised specifications, such as BS 667:2005 and DIN 5032-7:1985

4. Illuminance Measuring Procedure

a) General Lighting is provided to give uniform illumination over the work area to meet the lighting requirement for a work activity, e.g. office, reception or storage

b) In doing so, the work area should be divided into a number of equal small areas which should be as nearly square as possible

c) After setting the small squares, the accessor may take illuminance measurement at the centre of each square with a lux-meter

d) The result indicates whether the lighting is evenly distributed

e) In measuring illuminance at a task position, the following point should be noted:

a. Illuminance measurement should be taken at the height of the work plane. In case there is no specified plane for the task, the measurement should be taken at a horizontal plane at around 0.8m above the floor

b. The light sensor of the lux-meter should be placed on the work plane, which is normally a horizontal plane.

f) The illuminance measurement data should be properly recorded included:

a. A description of the work area and the task/activity

b. The position of the measurement points

Lighting Assessment (Lux Meter) T&C Form Project : PROPOSED MINOR RENOVATION WORKS FOR SELECTED TOLL

Lighting Assessment (Lux Meter) T&C Form

Project

:

PROPOSED MINOR RENOVATION WORKS FOR SELECTED TOLL PLAZA AT SECTION C4, C5, C5, SECTION OFFICE C6 AND CENTRAL REGION

System

:

LIGHTING SYSTEM

 

Description

Remark

1.

Location

TOLL PLAZA BANGI

2.

Date & Time

1 st June 2018 9:00 pm

3.

Lux-Meter details

 

a) Model No :

TES-1330A

b) Serial No:

170807543

c) Illuminator Range :

0-20,000 lx

4. Type illuminance measurement

a. Table-top Level (refer Drawing 1) b. Floor Level (refer Drawing 2)

5. Type of Lighting Fixtures

 
 

a) Brand/Model

Philips

b) Wattage

20W

c) Quantity

10 nos

6.

Measurement value

Please refer to Drawing 1 & 2 for measured value

Remarks:

Contractor (Integra Design) Consultant (NDY (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd) Client (PLUS) Signature : Name : Yazid
Contractor
(Integra Design)
Consultant
(NDY (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd)
Client
(PLUS)
Signature
:
Name
:
Yazid Bin Muhammad
Date
:
1/6/2018