This document specifies lighting requirements for humans in indoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance of people having normal, or corrected to normal ophthalmic (visual) capacity. All usual visual tasks are considered, including Display Screen Equipment (DSE).
This document specifies requirements for lighting solutions for most indoor work places and their associated areas in terms of quantity and quality of illumination. In addition, recommendations are given for good lighting practice including visual and non-visual (non-image forming) lighting needs. This document does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of people at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 169 of Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union although the lighting requirements, as specified in this document, usually fulfil safety needs.
NOTE   Lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work can be contained in Directives based on Article 169 of Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other national legislation of member states.
This document neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designers´ freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment. The illumination can be provided by daylight, artificial lighting or a combination of both.
This document is not applicable for the lighting of outdoor work places and underground mining or emergency lighting. For outdoor work places, see EN 12464-2 and for emergency lighting, see EN 1838 and EN 13032-3.

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This document specifies the parameters of integral lighting systems designed to provide illumination in and/or at both stationary and mobile machines to enable the safe use of the machine and the efficient performance of the visual task within and/or at the machine to be carried out by the operator.
This document does not specify lighting systems mounted on the machine to specifically illuminate visual tasks outside the machine. The function and requirements of these systems are specified in the European Standard dealing with the lighting of work places, see EN 12464-1 and EN 12464-2 for further information.
This document does not specify additional requirements for the operation of lighting systems:
-   in severe conditions (extreme environmental conditions such as freezer applications, high temperatures, etc.);
-   subject to special rules (e.g. explosive atmospheres);
-   where the transmittance is reduced by environmental conditions, such as smoke, splashing, etc.

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This document specifies requirements for the commissioning of lighting systems in buildings to meet design specifications. This document presents details of the commissioning of lighting systems without focusing on the technical characteristics of specific components. This document can be applied to new installations of non-residential buildings and public spaces of multi-residence buildings. This document does not cover the commissioning of lighting systems concerning the electrical power connection aspects which are deemed to be in compliance with relevant legislation or standards. This document is not applicable to the commissioning of emergency lighting.

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ISO/CIE 8995-3:2018 specifies the lighting requirements which will contribute to the visual needs for safety and security within outdoor work places.

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NEXT ACTION: CCMC to finalize publication
2019-11-13 PeC: BT approved the publication
2019-03-21 - GEM - TC discussed with consultant (C. Maes) at meeting (MArch 2019) - comments accepted - Annex ZA to be dated. Project has normative refverence to PR=63474, which creates a dependency.
2019-02-28 PC: to be flagged for LVD citation when ready
2018-12-17 PC: "Lack of compliance" for LVD, undated references in the Annex ZA and some points in the standards should be clarified
2017-11-21 - Negative assessment is received during CDV stage. Consultant assessment request is missing for FDIS.

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This European Standard contains performance requirements and recommendations for electrical lighting systems in the interiors of public transport railway rolling stock under all operating and emergency conditions. This European Standard does not address lighting installed in instruments or controls.

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This European Standard contains performance requirements and recommendations for electrical lighting systems in the interiors of public transport urban rail vehicles, as defined in the CEN-CENELEC Guide 26, i.e. Metro Systems, Trams, Light Rail, and Local Rail Systems, under all operating and emergency conditions.
This European Standard also defines the requirements for testing and conformity assessment.
This European Standard does not address lighting installed in instruments or controls.
This European Standard does not address lighting installed for indication purposes, including flashing lights and effect lighting.
NOTE 1   The requirements for interior lighting for trains can be found in prEN 13272-1
NOTE 2   The requirements for cab instrument lighting can be found in EN 16186-2.

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This document contains performance requirements and recommendations for electrical lighting systems in the interiors of public transport heavy rail units, under all operating and emergency conditions.
This document applies only to new units.
The application of this document for retro-fitting of existing units is subject to agreement between Contractors.
This document also defines the requirements for testing and conformity assessment.
This document does not address lighting installed in instruments or controls.
This document does not address the requirements of lighting of boarding aids, e.g. moving entrance stairs or lifts.
This document does not address lighting installed for indication or effect purposes, including flashing lights and decorative lighting.
NOTE 1   The requirements for interior lighting for urban rail units can be found in EN 13272-2.
NOTE 2    The requirements for cab instrument lighting for heavy rail units can be found in EN 16186-2.

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This document contains performance requirements and recommendations for electrical lighting systems in the interiors of public transport urban rail vehicles, as defined in the CEN-CENELEC Guide 26, i.e. metro systems, trams, light rail, and local rail systems, under all operating and emergency conditions.
This document applies only to new units.
The application of this document for retro-fitting of existing units is subject to agreement between Contractors.
This document also defines the requirements for testing and conformity assessment.
This document does not address lighting installed in instruments or controls.
This document does not address lighting installed for indication or effect purposes, including flashing lights and decorative lighting.
NOTE 1   The requirements for interior lighting for heavy rail vehicles can be found in EN 13272-1.
NOTE 2   The requirements for cab instrument lighting for heavy rail vehicles can be found in EN 16186-2.

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This document specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination inside non-residential buildings and for calculating or measuring the amount of energy required or used for lighting inside buildings. This document does not cover lighting requirements, the design of lighting systems, the planning of lighting installations, the characteristics of lighting equipment (lamps, control gear and luminaires) and systems used for display lighting, desk lighting or luminaires built into furniture. This document does not provide any procedure for the dynamic simulation of lighting scene setting.

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ISO/CIE 8995-3:2018 specifies the lighting requirements which will contribute to the visual needs for safety and security within outdoor work places.

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This Technical Report will provide information to support the correct understanding, use and
national implementations of EN 15193–1. It will give explanations on the procedures and
background information. It will also provide justifications of the choices that have been made
and give validations of the calculation procedures given in the standards. It will give detailed
examples to illustrate the total workings of the standard.

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This part of IEC 60598 specifies requirements for emergency luminaires for use with electrical
lamps on emergency power supplies not exceeding 1 000 V.
This part does not cover the effects of non-emergency voltage reductions on luminaires
incorporating high pressure discharge lamps.
This part gives general requirements for emergency lighting equipment.
This part continues to use the term “lamp” which also includes “light source(s)" where
appropriate.

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This International Standard specifies requirements and test methods for operating lights used in the
dental office and intended for illuminating the oral cavity of patients. It also contains specifications on
manufacturers’ instructions for use, marking and packaging.
This International Standard applies to operating lights, irrespective of the technology of the light source.
This International Standard excludes auxiliary light sources, e.g. from dental handpieces and dental
headlamps and also operating lights which are specifically designed for use in oral surgery.

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CEN/TS 16163 defines the procedures as well as the means to implement adequate lighting, with regard to the conservation policy. It takes visual, exhibition and conservation aspects into account and it also discusses the implications of the lighting design on the safeguarding of cultural property. This Technical Specification gives recommendations on values of minimum and maximum illumination levels. It aims to provide a tool for setting up a common European policy and a guide to help curators, conservators and project managers to assess the correct lighting that can assure the safeguarding of the exhibits. This Technical Specification covers lighting for heritage objects on exhibition in both public and private sites and does not consider lighting in other cultural heritage contexts such as open-air collections, etc.

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EN 12464-2 specifies lighting requirements for outdoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance. All usual visual tasks are considered. This European Standard is not applicable for emergency lighting; see EN 1838 and EN 13032-3. This European Standard does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 153 of the EC treaty, although the lighting requirements, as specified in this standard, usually fulfil safety needs. Lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work may be contained in Directives based on Article 153 of the EC treaty, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other national legislation of member states. This European Standard neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designer’s freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment.

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This European Standard specifies the luminous requirements for emergency escape lighting and standby lighting systems installed in premises or locations where such systems are required. It is principally applicable to locations where the public or workers have access.

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This standard specifies the luminous requirements for emergency escape lighting and standby lighting systems installed in premises or locations where such systems are required. It is principally applicable to locations where the public or workers have access.

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This standard specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires to verify conformity with EN 1838. This standard does not define the data requirements for signage, as these can be found in EN 1838.

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ISO 30061:2007 specifies the luminous requirements for emergency lighting systems installed in premises or locations where such systems are required. It is principally applicable to locations where the public or workers have access.

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This document specifies the parameters of integral lighting systems designed to provide illumination in and/or at both stationary and mobile machines to enable the safe use of the machine and the efficient performance of the visual task within and/or at the machine to be carried out by the operator.
This document does not specify lighting systems mounted on the machine to specifically illuminate visual tasks outside the machine. The function and requirements of these systems are specified in the European standard dealing with the lighting of work places, see EN 12464-1 and EN 12464-2 for further information.
This document does not specify additional requirements for the operation of lighting systems:
-   in severe conditions (extreme environmental conditions such as freezer applications, high temperatures, etc.);
-   subject to special rules (e.g. explosive atmospheres);
-   where the transmittance is reduced by environmental conditions, such as smoke, splashing, etc.

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ISO 26182:2006 specifies the lighting requirements which will contribute to the visual needs for safety and security within outdoor work places

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ISO 8995-2:2005 specifies lighting requirements for outdoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance. All usual visual tasks are considered. ISO 8995-2:2005 does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work, although the lighting requirements, as specified in this standard, usually fulfil safety needs. ISO 8995-2:2005 neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designer.s freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment.

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This document specifies lighting requirements for humans in indoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance of people having normal, or corrected to normal ophthalmic (visual) capacity. All usual visual tasks are considered, including Display Screen Equipment (DSE).
This document specifies requirements for lighting solutions for most indoor work places and their associated areas in terms of quantity and quality of illumination. In addition, recommendations are given for good lighting practice including visual and non-visual (non-image forming) lighting needs. This document does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of people at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 169 of Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union although the lighting requirements, as specified in this document, usually fulfil safety needs.
NOTE   Lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work can be contained in Directives based on Article 169 of Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other national legislation of member states.
This document neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designers' freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment. The illumination can be provided by daylight, electric lighting or a combination of both.
This document is not applicable for the lighting of outdoor work places and underground mining or emergency lighting. For outdoor work places, see EN 12464-2 and for emergency lighting, see EN 1838 and EN 13032-3.

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This document specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires for the verification of conformity to the requirements of EN 1838. This document does not define the data requirements for signage, as these can be found in EN 1838.
This document is used in conjunction with EN 13032-1 and EN 13032-4.
This document specifies the requirements for emergency lighting with or without a replaceable light source.
NOTE   Product, safety and performance data can be found in CENELEC documents (see Bibliography).

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This European Standard specifies the provision and illumination of escape routes and  safety signs in the event of failure of the normal supply, and  specifies the minimum provision of such emergency lighting  based on the size, type and usage of the premises. This  standard relates to the provision of electric emergency escape  lighting in all work places and premises open to the public.  This European Standard does not cover private domestic  premises but its provisions are applicable to common access  routes within multi-storey dwellings. This European Standard  is also applicable to standby lighting used as emergency  escape lighting. There are emerging way guidance techniques  that, when applied to escape routes in addition to conventional  emergency lighting luminaires, can enhance its effectiveness  in an emergency.

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This standard specifies lighting requirements for indoor work places and for people to perform the visual tasks efficiently, in comfort and safety throughout the whole work period. This standard does not explain how lighting systems or techniques should be designed to optimise solutions for specific work places. These may be found in the relevant CIE guides and reports.

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This document specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires for the verification of conformity to the requirements of EN 1838. This document does not define the data requirements for signage, as these can be found in EN 1838.
This document can be used in conjunction with EN 13032-1 and EN 13032-4.
This document specifies the requirements for emergency lighting with or without a replaceable light source. For luminaires with a non-replaceable light source data should always be given for the luminaire. For luminaires with a replaceable light source, light source data should be provided in addition to luminaire data.
NOTE    Product, safety and performance data can be found in CENELEC documents (see Bibliography).

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This standard specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination in residential and non-residential buildings and for calculating or measuring the amount of energy required or used for lighting in buildings. The method may be applied to new, existing or refurbished buildings. It also provides a methodology (LENI) as the measure of the energy efficiency of the lighting installations in buildings.
This standard does not cover lighting requirements, the design of lighting systems, the planning of lighting installations, the characteristics of lighting equipment (lamps, control gear and luminaires) and systems used for display lighting, desk lighting or luminaires built into furniture. This standard does not provide any procedure for the dynamic simulation of lighting scene setting.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000-1.
NOTE   In CEN ISO/TR 52000-2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively. See also Clause 2.
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This European Standard specifies lighting requirements for indoor work places, which meet the needs for
visual comfort and performance. All usual visual tasks are considered, including Display Screen Equipment
(DSE).
This European Standard does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of
workers at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 137 of the EC treaty, although
the lighting requirements, as specified in this European Standard, usually fulfil safety needs. Lighting
requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work can be contained in Directives based on
Article 137 of the EC treaty, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other
national legislation of member states.
This European Standard neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designers´ freedom from
exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment.
This European Standard is not applicable for the lighting of outdoor work places and underground mining or
emergency lighting.
For outdoor work places see EN 12464-2 and for emergency lighting, see EN 1838 and EN 13032-3.

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This standard specifies the calculation methodology for the evaluation of the amount of
energy used for lighting in the building and provides the numeric indicator for lighting energy
requirements for certification purpose. This standard can be used for existing buildings and
for the design of new or renovated buildings. This standard will also provide methodology for
the calculation of electric power requirement for new lighting installations and for the
calculation of dynamic lighting energy defined by active facades and lighting controls for use
in the estimation of the total energy performance of the building. The standard will be
addressing the needs of tertiary and domestic lighting. It will also provide reference schemes
and benchmark targets for energy usage by lighting details of expenditure factors and
inspection of lighting installations.

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This standard specifies the parameters of integral lighting systems designed to provide illumination in and/or at both stationary and mobile machines to enable the safe use of the machine and the efficient performance of the visual task within and/or at the machine to be carried out.
This standard does not specify lighting systems mounted on the machine to specifically illuminate visual tasks outside the machine. The function and requirements of these systems are specified in the European Standard dealing with the lighting of work places. This European Standard is under preparation.
This standard does not establish additional requirements for the operation of lighting systems
-   in severe conditions (extreme environmental conditions such as freezer applications, high temperatures, etc.);
-   subject to special rules (e.g. explosive atmospheres);
-   where the transmittance is reduced by environmental conditions, such as smoke, splashing, etc.

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This European Standard contains performance requirements and recommendations for electrical lighting systems in the interiors of public transport railway rolling stock under all operating and emergency conditions. This European Standard does not address lighting installed in instruments or controls.

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This European Standard specifies the calculation methodology for the evaluation of the amount of energy used for indoor lighting inside the building and provides a numeric indicator for lighting energy requirements used for certification purposes. This European Standard can be used for existing buildings and for the design of new or renovated buildings. It also provides reference schemes to base the targets for energy allocated for lighting usage. This European Standard also provides a methodology for the calculation of instantaneous lighting energy use for the estimation of the total energy performance of the building. Parasitic powers not included in the luminaire are excluded. In this European Standard, the buildings are classified in the following categories: offices, education buildings, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, sports facilities, wholesale and retail services and manufacturing factories. In some locations outside lighting may be fed with power from the building. This lighting may be used for illumination of the façade, open-air car park lighting, security lighting, garden lighting etc. These lighting systems may consume significant energy and if they are fed from the building, this load will not be included in the Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator or into the values used for heating and cooling load estimate. If metering of the lighting load is employed, these loads may be included in the measured lighting energy.

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This European Standard specifies the calculation methodology for the evaluation of the amount of energy used for indoor lighting inside the building and provides a numeric indicator for lighting energy requirements used for certification purposes. This European Standard can be used for existing buildings and for the design of new or renovated buildings. It also provides reference schemes to base the targets for energy allocated for lighting usage. This European Standard also provides a methodology for the calculation of instantaneous lighting energy use for the estimation of the total energy performance of the building. Parasitic powers not included in the luminaire are excluded.
In this European Standard, the buildings are classified in the following categories: offices, education buildings, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, sports facilities, wholesale and retail services and manufacturing factories.
In some locations outside lighting may be fed with power from the building. This lighting may be used for illumination of the façade, open-air car park lighting, security lighting, garden lighting etc. These lighting systems may consume significant energy and if they are fed from the building, this load will not be included in the Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator or into the values used for heating and cooling load estimate. If metering of the lighting load is employed, these loads may be included in the measured lighting energy.

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This standard specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination in residential and non-residential buildings and for calculating or measuring the amount of energy required or used for lighting in buildings. The method may be applied to new, existing or refurbished buildings. It also provides a methodology (LENI) as the measure of the energy efficiency of the lighting installations in buildings.
This standard does not cover lighting requirements, the design of lighting systems, the planning of lighting installations, the characteristics of lighting equipment (lamps, control gear and luminaires) and systems used for display lighting, desk lighting or luminaires built into furniture. This standard does not provide any procedure for the dynamic simulation of lighting scene setting.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000-1.
NOTE   In CEN ISO/TR 52000-2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively. See also Clause 2.
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TC - Modification in the E mother version and in the F reference version regarding Table F.1.

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This European Standard specifies the calculation methodology for the evaluation of the amount of energy used for indoor lighting inside the building and provides a numeric indicator for lighting energy requirements used for certification purposes. This European Standard can be used for existing buildings and for the design of new or renovated buildings. It also provides reference schemes to base the targets for energy allocated for lighting usage. This European Standard also provides a methodology for the calculation of instantaneous lighting energy use for the estimation of the total energy performance of the building. Parasitic powers not included in the luminaire are excluded.
In this European Standard, the buildings are classified in the following categories: offices, education buildings, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, sports facilities, wholesale and retail services and manufacturing factories.
In some locations outside lighting may be fed with power from the building. This lighting may be used for illumination of the façade, open-air car park lighting, security lighting, garden lighting etc. These lighting systems may consume significant energy and if they are fed from the building, this load will not be included in the Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator or into the values used for heating and cooling load estimate. If metering of the lighting load is employed, these loads may be included in the measured lighting energy.

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This European standard specifies lighting requirements for outdoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance. All usual visual tasks are considered.
This European standard does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 137 of the EC treaty, although the lighting requirements, as specified in this standard, usually fulfil safety needs. Lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work may be contained in Directives based on Article 137 of the EC treaty, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other national legislation of member states.
This standard neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designer’s freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment.

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This European standard specifies lighting requirements for outdoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance. All usual visual tasks are considered.
This European standard does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 137 of the EC treaty, although the lighting requirements, as specified in this standard, usually fulfil safety needs. Lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work may be contained in Directives based on Article 137 of the EC treaty, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other national legislation of member states.
This standard neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designer’s freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment.

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This standard specifies the luminous requirements for emergency lighting systems installed in premises or locations where such systems are required. It is principally applicable to locations where the public or workers have access.

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This standard specifies the luminous requirements for emergency lighting systems installed in premises or locations where such systems are required. It is principally applicable to locations where the public or workers have access.

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This European Standard specifies the design criteria of electrical lighting illumination levels in the interiors of public transport railway rolling stock for all operating conditions.
For the design of the lighting system it is necessary to take into account the tasks that are to be performed in the given area, as well as meeting safety requirements.
In addition to providing task-related illumination levels, the design of the lighting should, wherever possible, provide a comfortable and pleasing visual environment.
The specification of minimum lighting levels is necessary to ensure that tasks requiring a particular attention can be safely performed.

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This standard specifies lighting requirements for work places, which meet the needs of visual performance, comfort and safety. Work places include both indoor and outdoor task areas. All usual visual tasks are considered, including DSE (Display Screen Equipment). This standard neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the use of innovative equipment. This standard is not applicable for the lighting of underground mining work places.

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