Eye and Face Protection

Eye protection is achieved by wearing eyewear specifically designed to reduce the risk of exposure to chemical splashes, laser radiation and/or flying debris. Three main types of eye protection exist, each with advantages and disadvantages. They are safety glasses, goggles, and face shields.

The usage of eye and face protection when workers are exposed to eye or face hazards such as dying objects, molten metal, liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids, chemical gases or vapors, or potentially injurious light radiation.

List of compliance:
MS 2050 : 2007 – PERSONAL EYE PROTECTION
MS 1953 : 2007 – PERSONAL EYE PROTECTION – EQUIPMENT FOR EYE AND FACE
PROTECTION DURING WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES
MS ISO 6161 : 2003 – PERSONAL EYE-PROTECTORS – FILTERS AND EYEPROTECTORS
AGAINST LASER RADIATION
ISO 6161:1981 – PERSONAL EYE-PROTECTORS – FILTERS AND EYEPROTECTORS
AGAINST LASER RADIATION
BS EN 166:2002 – PERSONAL EYE PROTECTION. SPECIFICATIONS
BS EN 175 : 1997 – PERSONAL PROTECTION. EQUIPMENT FOR EYE & FACE
PROTECTION DURING WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES
ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2010 – AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR OCCUPATIONAL AND
EDUCATIONAL PERSONAL EYE AND FACE PROTECTION
DEVICES

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