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about1aWe identified, for example, the agricultural sector where a massive need exists. We have been instrumental in negotiating payment plans for eyecare via the employer and in some cases subsidies. Worker morale and productivity increased.

We also helped many adults attending Adult Basic Education & Training (ABET) classes which helped their learning process, due to better vision.

Compliance with

  • British Retail Consortium
  • Driven Machinery Regulations of the Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Regulation 102 of the National Road Traffic Act
  • South African Maritime Authority
  • Mappp SETA regulations made employers aware of the need to have a visually compliant workforce, with which Occuvision assists.

about2The industrial sector has also benefited. Due to working hours, employees are not always able to go for their eye checks. Price is also a factor. Occuvision have package prices to cater for this market whilst not compromising on quality of the service and spectacles.

Occuvision conforms to the highest standards laid down for optometric care and, in many a case, exceed these standards. For example, we have fundus photography available where needed (by means of fundus cameras (also called retinal cameras) which is a specialised low power microscope with an attached camera designed to photograph the interior surface of the eye). Only a small percentage of optometrists have this kind of equipment in South Africa.

It is therefore correct to assume that our core market is beyond the corporate sector. The corporate sector have different needs as well as the means to visit an optometrist of their choice, as most members have medical aids or are in a position to afford eye care whenever they want. By bringing eye care to the workplace, Occuvision offers the employer the opportunity to have their staff's eyes professionally examined without any loss of income to the employer or employee. Staff do not have to leave their workplace, or take leave to have their eyes examined.

We further believe strongly that the right to sight is not a privilege, but a right and, therefore, regularly "plough back" in the form of community projects (see our community page).

An alarming statistic is that more than 75% of the people with substandard vision we encounter in both rural and urban areas, have either never had any eye care, or have not been attended to by an eye care provider for at least 2 years.