E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 1, 2024

Assessing Light Positioning in Sacred Heart Chaplaincy Producer Cooperative (Garments)

Author(s): Castilla Delfa G, Aguilar Longino JR H, Despi Joshua, Lauro Eula Kate P, Paglinawan Ella Kim V, Tabacon Shendeah L


The purpose of this study was to examine how different lighting situations affected rag production in a tailor shop. This was assessed using a time study method and measuring the tailors' work performance. The study provided important data sheets for analysis, organized in a data table with corresponding gathered information. The results added to the body of knowledge on lighting conditions in tailoring shops, guiding potential design modifications to optimize tailor performance in their work environment. The incorporation of top lighting and the light attached to the sewing machine streamlined the tailoring process and emphasized the crucial role of a well-lit workplace environment. This dual-lighting approach improved visibility and precision by minimizing shadows and offering comprehensive illumination as it reduced the need for rework and contributed to a more seamless workflow. This not only saved time but also minimized the likelihood of mistakes that could compromise the overall quality of the finished product.

Keywords: Ergonomics, Workplace Environment, Rag Production, Time Study Method, Tailors, Tailoring Shop

Pages: 301-303

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