10 Considerations for Contact Wearers in an Industrial Environment

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 just isn’t the case. In fact, contact lenses can … [Read more...]

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

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 that we also strive towards exceptional customer service and … [Read more...]

What is the True Cost of an Eye Injury?

The Safety InSights Blog from Sperian's Culture of Safety website has a great article explaining the true cost of an eye injury. They go on to explain what it means for the person who is directly affected and the costs the employer will directly and … [Read more...]

Scaffolding Safety – Industry Feedback

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 required … [Read more...]

OSHA Issues Crane and Derrick Update For Construction Industry

Today, OSHA issued information to help small businesses comply with crane and derricks rules -- the Small Entity Compliance Guide for Cranes and Derricks in Construction.OSHA published the rule in August 2010 to address the number of worker injuries … [Read more...]