March is Eye Safety Month!
In the Office
Symptoms of eye strain include:

  • blurred vision,

  • headaches,

  • burning eyes,

  • mental fatigue,

  • and increased sensitivity to light.
Take 20-20-20 Eye Breaks

Giving your eyes regular breaks will help minimize fatigue.

Every 20 minutes take a 20 second break by looking at something at 20 feet away (or more).

This forces you to adjust the focal distance of your sight, which allows some muscle groups to relax while others are forced to re-engage.
In the Shop
Common causes for eye injuries in the shop include:

  • Flying objects (bits of metal, glass),

  • Tools,

  • Particles,

  • Chemicals,

  • Harmful radiation.
The correct safety eyewear should be selected to provide adequate protection from the hazards identified in your workplace.
Safety Eyewear includes:

  • Safety glasses,

  • Lenses with side shields,

  • Full-face shields,

  • Direct and indirect vented goggles,

  • And a range of specialty products like welder’s masks.
If you are not sure about which safety eyewear product is right for you, contact us at