Face shields are a necessity in many professions and for a variety of tasks in the workplace or at home. OSHA requires the use of face shields when workers are exposed to flying objects, molten metal, liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids, chemical gasses or vapors, or potentially hazardous light radiation. Specific jobs requiring the use of face shields include metal workers, some medical staff, industrial painters and employees in chemical plants. While not all employment and tasks require a face shield, they are often overlooked and should be used more often.
About the Author: Michael Eldridge
Michael Eldridge is a US Marine Veteran and the founder of SafetyGlassesUSA.com. He's passionate about protective eyewear and promoting vision safety. In his spare time, he enjoys camping with his family, hiking, target shooting, fishing, mountain biking, and watching Detroit Tigers baseball.
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