Safety professionals attending the Safety 2016 show in Atlanta voted Metro™ safety glasses as a favorite among products competing for innovation. The safety glasses, which feature a bold pink camo frame pattern, tied for first place in the ‘Eye/Face Protection - Plano Safety Spectacles’ category of the Attendee Choice Awards.
The following checklists from OSHA might help you take steps to avoid hazards that cause injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Note: conducting audits based on these checklists is not mandatory, though some of the bullet points are drawn from mandatory standards. OSHA states, “As always, be cautious and seek help if you are concerned about a potential hazard.”
For those working in dusty environments, foam-lined safety eyewear is a must. Gateway Safety expands the popular StarLite family and now offers a new foam-lined, anti-fog eyewear solution: StarLite FOAMPRO. These safety glasses are lined with a soft, closed-cell foam to prevent dust and debris from getting into the eyes.
Ergodyne announced today the addition of over three dozen new frame and lens options to its Skullerz® Eye Protection Line. Included are safety glasses with new Kryptek® camouflage patterns, additional frame options featuring clear and smoke lenses with proprietary Fog-Off™ anti-fog technology, and a brand new lens combining an indoor/outdoor tint with Fog-Off™.
New Climate Control™ model delivers distinctive good looks, advanced glare-cutting performance and proven Wiley X protection
April 19, 2016
The new-for-2016 WX Boss with Matte Black frame and Polarized Venice Gold Mirror lenses (#CCBOS04) is a pair of sunglasses that delivers the whole package for outdoor enthusiasts — stylish good looks, advanced glare-cutting vision and the proven protection that Wiley X is known for around the world.
Elvex® Corporation, a leading provider of PPE safety products recently announced the introduction of their new lightweight Helium 15™ and Helium 18™ safety eyewear series featuring their evolutionary ErgoFit™ temple design.
A flash burn is a painful inflammation of the cornea, which is the clear tissue that covers the front of the eye. A flash burn occurs when you are exposed to bright ultraviolet (UV) light. It can be caused by all types of UV light, but welding torches are the most common source. That’s why it is sometimes called ‘welder’s flash’ or ‘arc eye.’
Introducing the latest addition to the GirlzGear® family of safety products: Metro™ safety eyewear with a pink camo frame! These new safety glasses feature an extremely unique look – with a camouflage pattern that is designed to be bold, fun and stylish.