Eyes Are God’s Greatest Gift, Protect Them
Mechanical hazards arising out of flying objects at the workplace – sparks, flying chips, particles, dust etc.
- Chemical hazards can result in splashes or spillages: especially when powders and liquids are splashed, agitated or shaken.
- Radiation or Thermal hazards from Heat, glare, ultra-violet and infra-red rays originate
- Wear your safety glasses when working.
- Wear close-fitting safety goggles or cup sided shields while grinding.
- Scratched, pitted or damaged safety glasses should be replaced immediately.
- Wear properly shaded lenses when welding and cutting.
- Do not look directly into open containers of hazardous materials.
- Make sure power tools have been turned off before you remove goggles.
- Be sure hands or handkerchiefs are clean before wiping face and eyes.
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