Eye injuries can be prevented by:
- Always wearing effective eye protection. OSHA standards require employers to provide workers with suitable eye protection. To be effective, the eyewear must be properly fitted and appropriate for the type of hazard encountered.
- Better training and education. Workers injured while not wearing protective eyewear most often say they believed protective eyewear was not required by their regular job or situation. Even though the vast majority of employers furnish eye protection at no cost to employees, about 40% of the workers receive no information on where and what kind of eyewear should be used.
- Maintenance. Eye protection devices must be properly maintained. Scratched and dirty devices reduce vision, cause glare and may contribute to accidents, eye-related or otherwise. Scratched or damaged eyewear should be replaced immediately.
How to Order SRx Safety Eyeware
1st - Purchasing Agents - Fill out form below
Bron will email a confirmation with PO Number to you within two (2) business days. Please print it out for your employee(s) to bring with them to the Eye Care Professional. Approve either regular or sunglasses and basic or enhanced options (see above for details).
2nd - Employees - View Catalog and Eye Care Professional Locations
Choose an Eye Care Professional near you to assist with selection and fit. You can also view the catalog online at the link below.