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Ergonomic Lighting

Ergonomic lighting can help to improve productivity, functionality, and wellbeing in the office or home environment. Proper ergonomic lighting is essential to providing appropriate visibility for your workers throughout the day.

We have a range of lighting ergonomics designed to increase the visibility of your office environment and help you work more efficiently throughout the day. If you’ve ever experienced eye-strain from lack of light, be sure to browse our range of ergonomic lighting and office lamps.

Ergonomic Lighting

What are the benefits of ergonomic lights?

Good lighting in the workplace can greatly improve the wellbeing of employees. Proper lighting causes less stress and pain on the eyes and helps to improve workplace productivity, health and safety.

Energy Saving With a Desk Lamp

Using an ergonomic task lamp can also help you be more environmentally friendly. By using powerful ergonomic lighting at your desk, you reduce the need for excessive overhead lights to be left on all day and night. The Simplecom EL818 Dimmable LED Desk Lamp with Wireless Charging Base is the perfect work lamp if you require additional lights at your desk.

If you want to try before you buy, feel free to come in and test some ergonomic lights and lamps in our Perth showroom - you will be blown away with the level of comfort you experience. You can also speak to one of our experts to help you with your decision. Otherwise, shop online and enjoy the convenience of delivery anywhere in Australia.


What is adequate light in the workplace?

Poor lighting is one of the main reasons workplace accidents occur. Types of lighting required in the workplace depend on the types of tasks carried out at your work. Proper lighting should provide all employees with:

  • A safe environment
  • The ability to move around the workplace without risk to injury
  • The safe performance of work tasks

The Simplecom EL808 Dimmable Touch Control LED Desk Lamp with Digital Clock gives you complete control over your lighting. This device has 3 light modes and 5 brightness levels so you can find the lighting that is right for your environment. The light also serves as a digital clock, thermometer and calendar, making it perfect for those wanting to keep track of the time.

What are common problems due to poor workplace lighting?

Poor workplace lighting can lead to a variety of workplace issues including:

  • Eye fatigue
  • Eye strain
  • Headaches
  • Poor quality of work

Your workplace may have appropriate overhead lighting, but many people strain their eyes when completing tasks at their work desk. Ergonomic task lights help to reduce eye strain by providing additional lighting to the user's desk. Ergonomic lights should be considered with your office design, alongside other important office ergonomics such as encouraging employees to exercise, stretch, and ensuring a proper desk set-up.

Is lighting part of ergonomics?

When we think of ergonomics, we usually don’t think of lighting. Our first thought is typically furniture or supports such as chairs, desks, keyboards or mice. But lighting is an important part of creating the right ergonomic environment for your office. Ergonomic lighting can help reduce the risk of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). CVS has many symptoms including:

  • Blurred vision
  • Headaches
  • Neck pain
  • Itchy eyes
  • Trouble sleeping

Studies show that up to 90% of people who work in an office will experience CVS to some degree throughout their careers. When trying to create the perfect ergonomic work environment, it’s important to note that each person has their own requirements for light to meet their own comfort levels. Improving your lighting is one of the quickest ways to reduce the effects of CVS in the workplace.