Eye protection is a crucial part of workplace safety: The majority of injured workers are wearing the wrong type of eye protection or not wearing any at all at the time of injury, and injuries to the eyes cost a staggering $300 million every year in medical expenses, lost production time and worker compensation.
Most workplace eye injuries develop after small objects or particles, like wood chips or metal slivers, abrade or strike the eye. Even dust can do significant damage to the eyes when they are unprotected.
Tips for Choosing the Right Eye Protection Equipment in Brockton
When selecting eye protection equipment in Brockton and elsewhere, it is important to consider the circumstances of exposure to hazards, personal and vision needs and the extent and nature of the hazard. Custom-fitted or adjustable eye protection is best, and the eyewear should allow for peripheral vision while also being comfortable.
Comfort is key to getting your employees to wear their personal protective equipment, and we offer a wide range of eyewear with comfort enhancing features like vented frames, gel nosepieces and cushioned brows.