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Critical OSHA Safety Standards

Many modern workplaces are extremely hazardous, and numerous standards have been created by OSHA to protect employees from their work environment. The goal of these safety precautions is to eliminate or minimize serious personal injury by following a myriad of rules. Adherence to these rules can sometimes help to reduce an employer’s liability in the case of an accident, but choosing not to follow the health and safety standards could mean a whole world of troubles for your business. Most employees are aware that their employer is obligated to offer them some forms of eye protection, but when you dig into the actual OSHA standards, you will be shocked to learn the actual rules.


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The Benefits of Prescription Safety Glasses

If you work a construction job, manufacturing job, or other jobs that leave your vision exposed to radiation and intense light and chemicals, you understand how crucial quality eye protection is. Proper protection can save your eyes from stray slivers of metal, dirt, dust, hazardous forms of light, radiation, and debris that can rupture or impair your eyes. However, if you require prescription lenses, adequate protection can at times feel cumbersome. The best way to protect yourself with fewer hassles is to consider prescription safety glasses. Prescription eye protection offers many benefits that will give you peace of mind that your vision is safeguarded as you work.


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3 Easy Steps to Creating a Corporate Safety Eyewear Program

Setting up a prescription safety eyewear program with SafeVision is easier than you expect. We take all of the guess work and complications out of the process to make things simple for you.
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Top 5 Reasons to Wear Safety Glasses

If a worker is suffering from an eye injury, it’s most likely due to improper eye protection or lack of any eye protection at all. Many people do not realize the importance of eye protection in the workplace. Potential hazards can be avoided simply by covering your eyes. Here are the top five reasons why you need to wear safety glasses. 


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Set Yourself Apart with Custom Prescription Fishing Glasses

Every angler knows that having the right equipment when out at his favorite lake, river, or fishing hole is vital to his success in reeling them in. Along with selecting the right rod, lure, and bait, having the appropriate eye-wear for trolling can turn a good catch into a great one. Set yourself apart from other anglers on the river by ordering a pair of custom, prescription glasses that will help increase your low-light visibility, offer safety and protection, and keep you looking good all season long.
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Why you should not go with a Kiosk based safety eyewear program

Kiosk based safety programs can be disastorous for your employees eye safety due to a lack of human review and coordination.


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Become a Worry-Free Safety Manager

This posting is all about how SafeVision can help make the life and job of a safety manager easier by providing a prescription safety glasses program.


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Tips for Buying Safety Glasses

Some quick and helpful tips for finding and buying the right safety glasses for your needs.


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Benefits of Foam Gaskets in Safety Frames

Read more to learn about the many benefits of adding foam gaskets to your safety frames


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Protective Eyewear for Welding

“Be Prepared” has been the Scout Motto for over 100 years. It means to be ready in both mind and body for the task at hand. For welding preparing the body means wearing the proper protective equipment. Whether a person is welding full time or if it is an occasional task it is vital to maintain the same levels of protection of the eyes and face. As Katie Twist-Rowlinson points out in Industrial Hygiene News, “no matter how infrequently welding operations are performed – or how briefly welding is conducted – it is essential to protect the eyes and face from the obvious and hidden dangers of welding.” As a welder, a non-welder that assists or works in the welding area, or a safety engineer/manager/supervisor, how are you preparing yourself and your co-workers to protect their vision?




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