More than 2.4 million eye injuries occur in the US each year. Using protective eyewear can prevent 90% of all eye injuries.1

Nearly half of all eye injuries occur in and around the home. Many of them serious, requiring immediate attention. Hazardous products like hot oil, oven cleaner, bleach, chlorine as well as everyday products like toothpaste, mouthwash or just hot water can cause serious eye injury.  Projectiles from hammering nails, drilling wood or metal, or fragments from two hard surfaces can permanently injure your eyes. That is why the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Ocular Trauma recommend approved eyewear in every home.2

With the new stylish light weight safety glass frames, everyone should choose an ANSI certified Safety Glasses as their regular glasses. The ANSI, American National Standards Institute, is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that works to improve the efficiency of organizations, often by improved safety. Their set of standards known as ANSI Z87.1 is specifically focused on safety glasses.

SafeVision®, LLC, an innovator in prescription safety eyewear and corportate eyewear programs, has prescription safety computer eyewear that reduce headaches, eyestrain and fatigue associated with computer or other digital device usage. SafeVision® has new HD Digital lens designs and coatings to its ANSI Z87.1 certified eyewear to combat Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) while at the same time providing industry modern and ergonomically designed safety glasses.3

SafeVision® offers many new light weight stylish prescription ANSI Safety Glasses at affordable prices. Now you can protect your eyes in your home, at work and when you're active in sports.

For more information go to www.safevision.net.

1. AAO.org Eye Health Statistics

2. Eye Injuries at Home, Brenda Pagan-Duran, MD, March 1, 2016

3. Computer Vision Syndrome - American Optometric Association

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