PPE is Important: Hazards That May Cause Eye Injuries
Each day about 2000 U.S. workers have a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment. That's why wearing required eye protection at work is critical.
Workplace PPE: Protect Your Eyes and Avoid Injuries on the Job
Eye injuries are one of the most common workplace incidents across all industries. Are you doing everything you can to protect your eyes on the job?
Understand Your Rights Regarding PPE in the Workplace
Learn more about the most important points to discuss during your next safety meeting or toolbox talk on eye safety and preventing eye injuries on the job.
Hard Hat PPE Rules Aren't Just For Construction Sites
Throwing on a hard hat when you are in the warehouse or headed to a job site is a great habit, but it's also important to know why it's required.
OSHA Standards for Hearing Protection: Avoid Hearing Loss
Workers exposed to high levels of noise can suffer permanent hearing loss. Understand responsibilities and rights when it comes to hearing protection.
Use Other Safety Controls First, PPE is the Last Defense
PPE is often used as the only protection for serious safety risks, but there are 4 other controls to be implemented first. PPE is the last line of defense.
PPE Body Protection Designed to Protect Workers on the Job
Employees should be trained to know when whole-body personal protective equipment is required to protect workers from on-the-job hazards.
5 Key Elements of a Great Corporate Eye Safety Program
Here is a guide of the five key elements that will ensure the best safety and return-on-investment for any corporate prescription eye safety program.