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Eye Protection

During the average working day your eyes are exposed to countless hazards, from projectile debris on a work site to protruding branches at eye level in agricultural areas. Protection comes in various forms and styles: from streamlined safety spectacles to large safety goggles, built to be worn with a face shield or respirator mask. Whatever the environment you work in, whether risks are constant or intermittent, we have a range of eye protection to keep you and your workforce safe at all times!

Most glasses stocked are adjustable and can be easily changed to fit a wide variation of face shapes. However safety spectacles are also available in a face “hugging” style, reducing the slip risk and making them a perfect choice for users with small or narrow face shapes. For those seeking a bigger style, opt for fully adjustable frame which will allow for a more comfortable fit.

When selecting safety eyewear, it’s worth considering the four main hazard categories to ensure the product you pick provides the protection you need. The first major hazard is agricultural: branches, projectile chipping, contaminated soil and pond water can cause an array of issues. Corneal scratching and lesions are often the result of unprotected eyes receiving an unwanted jab from eye level branches and bushes, as well as flying debris hitting the eye, when using clearance and digging tools. Loose soil particles and stagnant water, if in contact with the ocular region can lead to the contamination of Acanthamoeba, a microscopic free-living amoeba that can cause severe and life threatening infection.

The second major hazard is chemical: where fumes, gases and liquid splash are common threats in factories and laboratory environments. Chemical burns are often painful and can cause corneal perforation, ulcers, cataracts and glaucoma to name a few. Household chemicals also pose a threat, with alkaline based substances causing more damage than acid based cleaners and products, due to the rapid absorption rate. Large goggles and face shields are the recommended kit for chemical substance and bi-product handling, as design nature means a larger surface area is covered. Goggles and shields with a strong chemical resistance are preferable.

Mechanical hazards are the most common threat and face anyone who works in the construction, engineering or utilities industries. Dust, flying debris and molten metal splash are most often the cause of mechanical work related eye injuries, as items with sharp edges or high kinetic energy are projected towards the eye on a regular basis. The result can be detrimental, costing business and individual’s time, money and long term damage.

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