Clear Safety Glasses Visitor Safety Spectacles PPE Eye Protection EN166 Eyewear
Visitor Safety Spectacles
These high-quality safety glasses have an ergonomic brow guard moulded into the glasses, to provide optimum comfort for the wearer, especially over longer periods of time and they also feature vented side shields to allow for circulation of air and prevent condensation while being worn. These safety spectacles give you excellent protection and are made from tough, impact-resistant polycarbonate which is lighter than normal plastic. These safety glasses protect the wearer’s eyes and face from injury and they are an essential piece of personal protective equipment for the user.
Features and Benefits:
• These clear lensed safety glasses are made from a metal-free polycarbonate construction, making these much more lightweight than standard safety glasses
• The polycarbonate material is also highly-durable, shatterproof and impact-resistant, ideal for when working on a worksite
• The ergonomically moulded brow guard and universal-fit nose bridge allows optimum comfort for the wearer, even for long periods of time
• The safety glasses also feature vented side shields that allow for constant air circulated and prevent condensation while being worn, as any condensation on the lenses could impair the vision of the wearer
• The design of these glasses provides excellent protection for eyes and face from injury
• Meets standards EN166 (1F) and ANSI/ISEA Z87
• These glasses are CE certified
Safety glasses and goggles are generally one of the key items in an individual’s PPE uniform. These glasses offer great eye protection for the majority of applications. For more specific applications, like working with chemicals, it is very useful to ensure that the safety standards of the glasses or goggles meet the application or task it is being used for.
Safety glasses and goggles are generally used for:
• General assembly
• Inspection work
• Light duty maintenance and repair work
• Oil and gas industries
• Working at sea
What are the potential eye hazards at work?
There are several potential eyes hazards that require eye protection, these include:
• Radiation (Visible light, heat or infrared radiation or lasers)
• Projectiles (dust, concrete, metal, wood and plastic)
• Chemicals (Splashes and fumes)
• Bloodborne pathogens from blood or body fluids
Can you use prescription glasses to be used as Safety Glasses?
These two are not the same, safety glasses provide optimal protection for your eyes on your job. Safety glasses are generally made from different materials or different thicknesses to withstand the impact of flying objects or hazardous materials.
Prescription lenses in normal glasses have a primary objective to correct vision and provide little to no protection from hazardous materials.
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