Section 2-11. Lighting

Work premises and workplaces shall be designed and furnished so that each workplace has satisfactory lighting to protect the employees’ health and safety.
Workplaces outdoors and underground must be sufficiently illuminated by artificial lighting if there is insufficient daylight. Where required for safety reasons, traffic routes must also be illuminated. The intensity of the illumination must be adapted to the prevailing working and traffic conditions. The lighting installations must be adapted to the climatic conditions.
Lighting installations in work premises, workplaces, access routes, traffic routes and loading bays must be placed in such a way that there is no risk of accident to employees as a result of the chosen type of lighting.
The lighting must be arranged so that any stroboscope effect does not lead to danger due to misunderstanding of the motion or direction of motion of machinery components.