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No industry is immune when it comes to the potential for eye injuries, although some workplaces have more inherently hazardous tasks. That’s why it’s important to consider potential eye hazards when conducting a hazard analysis of every site and task, and to recognize the correct type of personal protective equipment (PPE) for each task.
The safety experts at Safety Management Group have prepared a helpful article that identifies the five primary hazards that can lead to eye injuries: Impacts, Heat, Chemicals, Dust and Radiation. They then address the best ways for workers to protect themselves.