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Safety Spectacles

safetyframeSafety spectacles shield your eyes from impact hazards such as

  • flying fragments
  • objects
  • large chips
  • particles.

Workers must use eye safety spectacles with side shields when there is a hazard from flying objects.

Non-side shield spectacles are not acceptable eye protection for impact hazards.

Safety spectacle frames are made of metal and/or plastic. Either corrective (Rx) or plano impact-resistant lenses can be fitted into them.

Of all staff members identified to wear safety specs, only those needing prescription spectacles for distance or near vision need Prescription Safety Spectacles.

What is so safe about safety spectacles?

Conventional spectacle lens materials, suitable for everyday wear, are distorted and damaged in industrial situations, eg.

  • warpage (and subsequent optical distortion) through constant heat exposure
  • chipping
  • scratching
  • embedding of hot particles in lens surface.

They are unsafe against impact (see videos comparing conventional-wear Rx plastic lens (CR39) to Polycarbonate and Trivex, a better, next-generation polycarbonate derivative).

Why prescription safety spectacles?

  • Conventional spectacle frames do not provide adequate side protection against flying debris.
  • Goggles / safety frames cannot be worn comfortably over conventional specs, due to poor fit or lens fogging.
  • Safety spectacles with prescription clip-in inserts are not suitable for existing multifocal spectacle lens wearers.


Personal Protective Equipment is company property. Therefore, we suggest a company-funded replacement cycle of 2 years. In cases of work-related accidents damaging safety spectacles, normal PPE re-issue procedures apply, but cost of replacement through negligent care of safety spectacles is to be borne by the staff member.

Click on videoS below for more information

CR-39 (R) (Regular plastic)

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Polycarbonate

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Trilogy (TM)

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