It’s Pickleball Mania! Play Your Best Wearing the Right Eye Protection

By | April 10th, 2012|Safety Tips|

What?! You've never heard of pickleball? Then clearly you fall somewhere between too young (under 55) and too old (over 15). If that's you, you're missing out! Because although pickleball has been around [...]

Oakley M Frames Pass Brutal Pavement Impact Test

By | March 9th, 2012|Safety Tips|

Safety Glasses USA has always been a huge fan of Oakley eyewear, and we do our best to spread the word about the amazing quality and protection offered by Oakley. However, unlike cyclist [...]

The Best of Safety Glasses USA 2011! Part II

By | December 19th, 2011|SGUSA News|

The Best of Safety Glasses USA 2011! Part 1

By | December 16th, 2011|SGUSA News|

In case you missed any of SafetyGlassesUSA.com's fabulous and informative blogs this year, here's Part I of a two-part recap of the best postings of 2011! January: Mike Eldridge, President of [...]

Safety Glasses USA Gift Certificates Now Available

By | December 9th, 2011|SGUSA News|

Safety Glasses USA Gift Certificates are the perfect way to give the people you care about the gift of safety even if you don't know what they want. Recipients can choose [...]

10 Considerations for Contact Wearers in an Industrial Environment

By | November 23rd, 2011|Safety Tips|

More than 34 million American wear some type of contact lenses.  Some people believe that wearing contacts provides an extra layer of protection for our eyes should an eye injury occur, but that [...]

Excellence in Safety, And Now – SafetyGlassesUSA.com Earns The 2011 Bizrate® Circle of Excellence Platinum Award

By | September 21st, 2011|SGUSA News|

You"™ve heard us talk about our commitment to safety and dedication to ensuring that, eyes and all, we're protected from even the most unexpected of dangers. Yet, what you might not know is [...]

What is the True Cost of an Eye Injury?

By | March 20th, 2011|Safety Tips|

The cost of an eye injury is immeasurable to a worker who partially or completely loses his or her sight and includes a diminished quality of life, lost wages and medical expenses. What may not be as obvious, though, are the staggering costs a company pays as a result of eye injuries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that workplace eye injuries cost employers more than $934 million in direct and indirect costs each year

Scaffolding Safety – Industry Feedback

By | March 11th, 2011|Safety Tips|

While researching an article about Scaffolding Safety, I"™ve come across some interesting perspectives. Here are excerpts from two emails I"™ve received:"People who supply/install the scaffolding do not know the safety rules or the manufacture requ...

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