The Top 5 Most Unlikely Holiday Eye Safety Risks

By | December 30th, 2015|Featured Post, Safety Tips|

What do trimming the tree and uncorking a champagne bottle have in common? They're both part of the top 5 most unlikely holiday eye safety risks "” risks that really can happen to [...]

Home Eye Safety Awareness

By | October 8th, 2015|Featured Post, Safety Tips|

At some point every year, a variety of safety topics receive their annual emphasis because they consistently rise to the top as safety concerns. One such area involves eye safety at home, and [...]

4th of July Safety Resources

By | June 23rd, 2015|Safety Tips|

While fireworks exist as the main cause of injury during 4th of July festivities, other activities such as grilling and enjoying the sunshine also have their fair share of safety concerns. The following [...]

Construction Workers & Eye Safety

By | August 7th, 2014|Safety Tips|

Construction workers have the highest rate of eye injury of any workforce. The National Center for Biotechnology Information found that about 20% of occupational eye injuries occur in construction. Of that group, welders, plumbers, insulators, painters/glazers, supervisors and [...]

“You’ll shoot your eye out, Mom!”

By | December 20th, 2013|Safety Tips|

Over the years, parents have warned their children countless times to be careful with objects that pose an obvious threat to their eyes, including things like BB guns and scissors. Now it's the [...]

Take Time to Focus on Eye Health & Safety

By | July 18th, 2012|Safety Tips|

With a national focus on eye safety and UV safety during the month of July, now is a great time to focus on and assess your approach to eye safety and UV protection. [...]

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