Safety Glasses of all kinds

Purchasing inexpensive glasses from us doesn't mean they are made with cheap materials. We only stock the best brands that meet or exceed ANSI Z87.1 impact requirements. OSHA’s requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) say that all employees that are exposed to occupational hazards must wear PPE for head, face, eyes and extremities.

We have the best selection of Safety Eyewear that protect from impact of flying debris and dust in the workplace. Our protective eyewear meets ANSI standards for high impact protection. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) requires workers that are exposed to occupational hazards, wear protective eye glasses to prevent injury. A pair could save you from thousands of dollars in medical expenses, but more importantly, your VISION.

  • Prevent objects from entering the eye
  • Keep out harmful materials or liquids
  • In some cases, provide UV light protection
  • Provide vision that is not distorted except as desired (Bifocal Type Safety Glasses)

Part Number 1910 of the Occupational Safety and Health Standards states in summary that the employer shall ensure protection from flying debris, liquids, gases or light radiation that may be injurious. The section goes into great depth regarding the method and types of protection required for various vision hazards. Included in this section are references to face protection as well such as welding masks.