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Creating a Stronger Safety Culture: How to Communicate with Workers More Effectively

Creating a Stronger Safety Culture

Creating a Stronger Safety Culture: How to Communicate with Workers More Effectively Introduction When a panel of safety professionals at a 2008 conference was asked to define the “culture of safety”, one panelist offered this: “A culture of safety is an atmosphere of mutual trust in which all employees can talk freely about safety problems […]

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A Clearer Path to Eye Safety

Understanding and solving the problem of fogged lenses Protective eyewear is a crucial part of any safety program. Using protective eyewear can not only help keep employees safe and comfortable in the workplace, but can also translate into fewer injuries, increased productivity and an overall healthier bottom line.  Even with the known benefits, making sure […]

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True cost of an eye injury

True Cost of an Eye Injury

Safety eyewear: It pays to protect workers up front There is no debate that our eyesight is invaluable: vision is a primary way humans experience the world, and without it, many jobs would prove impossible. The government has recognized the value of sight by passing legislation for workplace eye safety, and employers institute safety measures […]

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Trends in Safety Eyewear: Making a Case for Standardization

Standardization, by definition, is the process by which a standard has been successfully established. According to a recent online survey of 615 customers conducted by Honeywell Safety Products, it is also a trend seen in more and more companies that are making efforts to streamline their safety eyewear program. According to Prevent Blindness America®, thousands […]

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Eye Safety Facts—Do You Know The Basics?

At first glance, all protective eyewear may look essentially the same—if you’ve seen one pair of safety glasses, you’ve seen them all. This is a popular, and costly, misconception: workplace eye injuries cost US businesses more than $467 million each year, and according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 90% of those injuries […]

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