Safety Glasses for Eye Protection
Safety glasses cut down on potential eye injuries from things such as dust and flying particles. Not only does this mean fewer incident reports for you, it keeps your employees healthy and safe, which is always a priority. Comfortable designs encourage workers to keep the glasses on all day.
Cut the Risk of Eye Injuries
It doesn't take much to scratch a cornea. A tiny particle can do major damage, so all employees with even a possibility of dealing with projectiles, dust or airborne particles need safety glasses. Clear, wraparound designs don't interfere with vision while providing maximum protection of the eyes. If impact from flying objects is a possibility, opt for glasses that meet ANSI standards for impact resistance. Issue every employee a pair of safety glasses to avoid spreading germs with shared glasses -- you don't want a bad case of pink eye running rampant through the ranks.
Make a Safe Fashion Statement
Safety glasses aren't the clunky specs your employees might imagine when they find out they're required gear. Most safety glasses look similar to sunglasses with a wraparound design to block foreign objects on the sides. Some even come with dark lenses ideal for workers who spend a lot of time outdoors doing construction. The style isn't only about making a fashion statement at the workplace. Flexible temples and lightweight designs make the glasses comfortable to wear for extended periods so your employees aren't tempted to ditch the glasses. The design makes the glasses easy to take off and put back on as job duties demand.