Introduction of Prescription Safety Glasses

March 2nd, 2010 by William Krause Leave a reply »

Nowadays, it has been a routine life for millions of people worldwide to wear prescription safety glasses. To some extent, prescription safety glasses do a great favor to people for preventing injuries as it is estimated that there are 1000 eye injuries everyday in American workplaces which results in the huge cost of $300 million per year. And these prescription safety glasses are certified by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and set forth by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure they actually supply the specified protection. Among these prescription safety glasses, safety reading glasses are a typical type.

Safety reading glasses are usually favored by the aging people. As we know, when people turn older, even adults with perfect vision, their vision will become blurred. However, the safety reading glasses can provide you with both protection and visual acuity. No matter you do some indoor work or do some welding, painting or construction jobs outdoor, safety reading glasses can supply you with the eye protection you need. No doubt these safety reading glasses must be purchased at various prescription levels. Just like other prescription safety glasses, safety reading glasses must be ANSI compliant. Another feature for safety reading glasses is that they are radiation-resistant and have side shields.

There are lots of online stores for prescription safety glasses available and some of them can supply online optician services for your prescription safety glasses, so you don’t need to go out for eye exams. Besides, a wide variety of frames and lenses for prescription safety glasses accessible on the market for your choice. And it is suggested to select scratch-resistant prescription safety glasses since they can help you away from eye strains caused by the blurry vision and their lifetime is longer.


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