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Eye protection good for looking at detailed things at close range, hand protection especially for the mining industry and enhance noise measurement software are among this week’s top EHS-related products as featured on ISHN.com.
Conqueror® MAG by Gateway Safety is a bifocal safety eyewear solution in a design that end users find stylish and ultra comfortable. Conqueror MAG is an ideal product for those required to wear eye protection, but who have trouble focusing on small things close up—such as blueprints, schematics, small parts, equipment settings, tools, and more.
Cutting-edge technology in head, fall, and eye protection and FR clothing were among the top EHS-related products featured this week on ISHN.com.
Radians®, Inc., a leading manufacturer of quality personal protective equipment (PPE), recently announced that Russell Silver has joined the company as Vice President of Industrial Sales, reporting to Radians’ President Bill England.
EYE INJURIES: some facts . . .About 1 ,000 work-related eye injuries occur each day. CONSTRUCTION HAS THE HIGHEST RATE! Every day, more than 120 construction workers are disabled and forced to miss work because of an eye injury. The alternative . . .
Radians®, Inc., a leading manufacturer of quality personal protective equipment (PPE), is moving from Sparks, Nevada, to a new 40,000 square foot facility in Reno, Nevada, thereby tripling the amount of their warehouse space.
Nearly one million Americans have lost some degree of their sight due to an eye injury. More than 700,000 Americans injure their eyes at work each year. Luckily, 90% of all workplace eye injuries can be avoided by using proper safety eyewear.
The use of digital devices, including personal computers, tablets and cell phones, continues to increase. And the impact of prolonged usage can often be felt in the eye. In fact, because of extended use of these devices, close to 70 percent of American adults experience some form of digital eyestrain, according to a new report from The Vision Council.
All three types of safety lenses meet or exceed the requirements for protecting your eyes. Glass lenses: are not easily scratched; can be used around harsh chemicals; can be made in your corrective prescription; are sometimes heavy and uncomfortable.
Experts: proper eye protection can lessen the severity or even prevent 90% of eye injuries in accidents
Common causes for eye injuries are: flying objects (bits of metal, glass), tools, particles, chemicals, harmful radiation, any combination of these or other hazards. What is the best defense against an eye injury? There are three things you can do to help prevent an eye injury: