Articles in Category: Eye and Head Protection

A new standard in head protection

A new standard in head protection

Wearing a hard hat is a necessity in any work environment where there are risks of head injuries. It is just as essential to stay informed on the new standards in effect in order to maintain the OHS program up to date. Here are a few of the most recent changes, as well as a reminder of the key points concerning head protection.

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Choosing the right lens tint for your safety glasses

Choosing the right lens tint for your safety glasses

Eye protection against thrown objects, dust or splashing had been for a long time the main, if not the only function of safety glasses. Medical and technological breakthroughs allowed us to better understand the adverse effects of the light on the eyes and develop more specialized protective equipment.

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Choosing the right eye protection

Choosing the right eye protection

Each year in Canada, a significant number of workers suffer from severe eye injuries, forcing them to take leave from work. From dust or particles projected into the air, to irritants or corrosive agents, as well as UV rays, risks are an important reality in most environments.

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Bye, bye fogging!

Bye, bye fogging!

Your employees hate to see condensation appear when using protective eyewear. It blurs their vision and prevents them from working productively!

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A performing hard hat!

A performing hard hat!

On a construction site, your workers are constantly exposed to falling objects, materials moving at high speed as well as risks coming from working in vulnerable positions. Head protection is not a choice; it’s a necessity.

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