Seeing Safely: Tips for an Effective Vision Protection Program
There are many things that safety directors, managers and leadership can do to ensure that employees are adhering to a vision protection program.
- By Sydny Shepard
- Aug 29, 2022
Seeing clearly is one of the most important abilities employees can have when navigating the work environment safety. If vision is compromised by distortion or fog, workers may not be able to see the hazards in front of them. Distorted vision could result in slips, trips or falls, while fogged lens could lead a worker to take their safety glasses off entirely, leaving the eyes vulnerable to flying objects.
On this podcast Editor Sydny Shepard talks through the most common hazards to the eyes and what you can do to lead a more safe and compliant team.
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Sydny Shepard is the former editor of Occupational Health & Safety.