Eye Protection

Eye Protection

The most common eye injuries in the work environment can be Invasion of foreign objects into eyes including dust, metal particles, debris, or dirt Cuts or punctures in eyes that can be caused due to mishandling of tools and ignoring the safety standards Chemical burns can be caused when due care is not taken whilst treating hazardous chemicals like acids, molten metals, etc.
Eye protection gears come under the category of personal protective equipment. Eye protection equipment includes different kinds of safety glasses, goggles, and eye shields.

OSHA implies that the eye protection gear must fit properly to minimize any chance of getting exposed to hazardous materials. The eye protection must be fit to the face without any loose sides. Besides, the comfort of wearing protective gear is also very important, and any eye protection equipment compromising the comfort of the wearer is discouraged.

All of our products are manufactured by complying with all the international standards of occupational health and safety. You can choose from the list of products that suits your working environment the best.

Why are eye protection equipment important?

The human eye has a thin layer of a slightly oily lachrymal fluid naturally. It protects the human eye against pollution and dust. This natural protection is insufficient to combat hazardous radiations, dust, acid, metal particulates, and molten metals. Special protection wear must be used whilst in any working environment with high-risk exposure. The eye protection equipment is essential for the occupational workers exposed to high-risk environments. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA) states that employers can provide all employees with the necessary protective equipment. Otherwise, a charge against the non-complying employers can be taken.

Construction Industry

In the construction industry, where workers are exposed to particles suspended in air or debris, eye protection equipment is a necessity for the labours.
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Manufacturing Industry

In chemical industries, hazardous chemical splashes or spilling can cause permanent eyesight loss. furthermore, the metal, wood, and glass industries are among high-risk industries where eye protection equipment is important.
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Healthcare Industry

Medical and healthcare workers need to protect eyes against any blood splashes, cuts, or airborne particulates. Therefore, it is highly recommended in international standards to use protective equipment for eyes like goggles.
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Pharmaceutical industry

In the pharmaceutical industry working environment, eye protection is mandatory for the pharmacists and workers exposed to the chemical material and hazardous matters.
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Food and Beverages

In the food processing units, it is necessary to cover the eyes adequately. The maintenance of the machines can often release debris and dust. Therefore, it is necessary to cover your eyes properly.
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People Usually Ask

What are different types of eye protection?

Protective eyewear includes safety glasses, chemical splash goggles, or face shields. As eyewear PPE manufacturer (personal protective equipment), The Kare Lab focuses on producing medical and laboratory-approved eye protections, which will also serve to prevent wearers’ eyes from pathogenic intrusions and also chemical or bodily fluid splashes. Protective eyewear is ideal to protect against splashes, hazardous debris and eye injuries as they are impact-resistant.

When to wear eye PPE?

The CDC has not, at any point in time, recommended medical eyewear protection for protection against COVID-19 and occupational safety. However, medical and lab eyewear protection is recommended for use when in areas at high risk of exposure to pathogenic infections through the eyes, such as in hospitals and laboratories. They should also be used when dealing with dangerous and corrosive chemicals as a protective measure for splutters.

Which eye protection is best for laboratory uses?

Factory-made lab goggles are essential to protect against a variety of chemical hazards in the laboratory. They are highly recommended because they completely cover the eyes and the immediate surroundings and prevent contact with dangerous particles, blood, and chemicals. While lab goggles are effective, they do not provide 100% protection and should be used alongside face shields (in the appropriate way as instructed by the manufacturer) to have stronger protection against splashes.

Which eye protection is best for medical uses?

Experts suggest purchasing a medical eye replacement lens as a very effective material for eye protection during surgeries and other medical activities. Eye replacement lenses should also be used with face shields for optimal eye protection. The Kare Lab produces medical eye shield replacement lenses which are available for bulk order. We serve dual functions as both eye and face protection. The best results in terms of eye safety can only be achieved when the manufacturer's instructions for medical eye PPE protection are strictly followed.
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