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Eye and face protection

The employer shall ensure that each affected employee uses appropriate eye or face protection when exposed to eye or face hazards from flying particles, molten metal, liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids, chemical gases or vapors, or potentially injurious light radiation.

TYPES_OF_PROTECTION
Safety Glasses

 

Shield the wearer's eyes from certain hazards depending on the spectacle type. Safety glasses are commonly used to provide protection from impact and optical radiation.

Goggles

Fit the face surrounding the eyes in order to shield the eyes from certain hazards. Configurations include direct and indirect ventilation. Direct ventilation allows the direct passage of air. Indirect ventilation excludes the passage of liquids and/or optical radiation.

Over-the-glasses

These OTG (Over-The-Glasses) safety glasses are designed to fit comfortably over prescription eyeglasses. A cost effective alternative to expensive prescription safety glasses and also great safety glasses for temporary workers or visitors.

Face shields

Shield the wearer’s face, or portion of the face, in addition to the eyes. Safety eyewear is required to be worn in conjunction with face shields.

Welding protection

Protect against intensive visible light, hazardous ultraviolet and infrared rays emitted during the welding process.

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