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Keep your Eyes While working

With the current work lifestyle that we have today, our eyes are more exposed to visual impairments. That is why it is advisable that employees of companies must be extra careful about their vision. Studies show that one of the most common industrial accidents is damage to the eyes. Those operating big machinery, industrial equipment, and performing activities which are dangerous to the eyes like, wielding and construction works.

Research says that seventy percent of these eye injuries result from falling debris. Small particles usually the size of pin heads are the primary cause of these eye damages. These particles also usually  comes in a quick motion which are surely detrimental to the ocular health.

Eye damage resulting from use chemicals on the other hand, constitutes twenty percent of the injuries. Objects left loosely hanging like ropes, tree limbs, tools or chains are other example of accidents which may also cause visual impairment.  

Susceptible people for eye impairment are usually industrial workers. About forty percent of those workers include plumbers, carpenters, repairers, and mechanics. Another group of susceptible people are sanders, grinding machine operators, and assemblers. On the other hand, about twenty percent of these workers who are prone to eye accidents consists of common labourers.

Any protective eye wear can help keep these unfortunate statistics from growing. If your work compels you to use protective eye wear, then do so. The company you are working with may have a system to ensure the safety of your eyes. Also remember to always check if the company you are going to apply to have complied with the appropriate safety standards of the government.

So find a protective eye wear that will ensure you your vision. Whether it is made of glass or polycarbonate, or whether it is made with UV protection capability or reflective coat, wear the proper eye frames that will help you prevent those eye injuries.

30 Jun 2016

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