The KULYA Polarised Safety Glasses are designed to provide protection against sun glare, with Cat 3 polarised lenses.
Sun glare can strike a driver unexpectedly at any time. If you prepare yourself and your vehicle, you'll have the best chance of staying safe.
The Pilot 2 Neo safety goggles feature a co-injected vented frame and a clear or CSP lens for indoor or indoor-to-outdoor environments.
The Riley Navigator safety glasses from Safety Mate are constructed with a durable plastic frame, providing protection from UV radiation and sun glare.
Eye Protection products are used in many industries to protect against flying particles, liquids, chemicals, molten metals, radiated heat and glare.
The uvex sportstyle variomatic safety glasses are designed for frequent movement between light and dark work areas, with fog- and scratch-resistant lenses.
Where possible eliminate or substitute the process to remove the eye hazard. If the hazards cannot be removed, eye protection forms the last line of defence.
The Ugly Fish prescription safety frames are suitable for men and women, and feature replaceable dust seals for protection against harsh working conditions.
An eye injury can result in outcomes ranging from lost days at work to permanent loss of vision, yet up to 90% of eye injuries are preventable.
DEWALT safety glasses and goggles are designed to ensure safe, efficient and comfortable vision in the occupational situation.
Workplace safety is more than just hard hats and steel capped boots. Protecting workers' eyes is critical for their health, safety and quality of life.
In the quest to keep workers safe, some large construction sites have found a way to ensure that the right PPE is always available.
Construction sites pose significant eye injury risks; therefore, effective eye protection for the work environment is important for injury prevention.
The uvex sportstyle CBR75 safety spectacles offer a clear, sporty design combined with maximum functionality and safety.
Australians suffer around 50,000 eye injuries every year even though many of them were wearing eye protection at the time of their injury.