Safety goggles are intended to shield the wearer’s eyes from impact hazards such as flying fragments, objects, aerosols, and hair particles of the eye area(eyebrows and eyelashes).
Safety goggles are recommended or required any time the following potential eye hazards are present in the workplace.
Safety goggles and glasses, including the lenses, are made from scratch and impact-resistant polycarbonate – or acetate when the focus is on splash protection.
Protective glasses sit across the eyes, allowing air to enter around the edges. Goggles, meanwhile, sit directly on the face and seal the wearer’s eyes, protecting them from splashes and dust.
Most safety glasses can technically last up to 3 years, but there is a grey area between when something is usable and when safety has been compromised.
Most standard goggles do not fit well with glasses. The wrong goggles can also bend the frame of your glasses in some cases.
If you’re not wearing safety glasses or goggles on the job, you’re risking permanent eye damage and blindness.
These head straps are made up of smooth material which will not even leave an impression and also can be worn for a longer duration.
Safety goggles are made of polycarbonate, which naturally blocks 99.9% of UV light.
Wearing safety eyewear cannot damage your vision.