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There are a lot of hazards out there that can cause eye problems, so we need to learn how to take care of our eyes and protect them from injury, both on the job and at home. To help address these potential problems, this program is designed to present the fundamentals of eye safety to all employees. Topics include causes of eyestrain, wearing contacts at work, protective eyewear for flying particles and chemical splashes, welding helmets, selection and care of eyewear and responding to eye problems.
In this video from our "Don't Be a Dummy" Series, our "dummies" make several visits to the nurse's station after suffering severe eye injuries because they failed to wear proper eye protection. This video stresses the responsibility each individual has to wear the appropriate eyewear to protect his/her eyes from workplace hazards. Topics include: Flying Particles & Projectiles, Types of Eye Protection, Lens Fogging, Working With Chemicals, and Light & Radiation Hazards.
When an eye injury occurs, it's too late to realize the value of wearing eye protection devices. This program stresses to viewers the responsibility each employee has to wear the appropriate eyewear to protect his or her eyes from workplace hazards. Topics include: flying particles and projectiles, types of protective devices, and responding to eye injuries.
This program uses graphic photographs of eye injuries suffered in industrial settings to force viewers to think about the consequences of not wearing the required eye protection. Topics include: Causes of Eye Injuries, Types of Eye Diseases, Proper Use of Eye Protection, and Emergency Response to Eye Injuries.
Most of us already know that personal protective equipment, or PPE, is required for the various jobs we perform and the many areas in the plant into which we enter. Yet, thousands of injuries occur each year to employees who are either not wearing any protective equipment at all, or are not wearing the appropriate protection for their job task or work environment. This program discusses the proper selection and use of common types of personal protective equipment and features worker testimonia
This program discusses the protective devices and precautions we can utilize to prevent such injuries while stressing the importance of assessing the hazards of each job task and avoiding common pitfalls that often lead to these incidents. Topics include how the vision process works, types of eye injuries, employee responsibility to wear appropriate protection, use of safety glasses, safety goggles and face shields and eye protection required for welding and laser operations. Reducing lens fogging, cleaning and storage of protective devices, off-job safeguards and proper response to eye injuries are also reviewed in the program.
This video discusses various types of eye protection devices and how they help to prevent injuries. Viewers will also see the tragic consequences that can occur when we don't make the effort to protect our eyes at all costs. Topics include selection and inspection of eyewear, safety glasses, safety goggles and face shields, protection from harmful light, lens fogging and timely response to eye injuries.
About 2,000 workplace eye injuries requiring medical attention occur each day. Most of these injuries are suffered by employees not wearing eye protection or wearing the wrong protective devices for the job. This program emphasizes the importance of wearing the proper protection when eye injury hazards are present so employees can avoid needless burns, punctures, foreign objects and other threats to their vision.