What are the standards of labor protection glasses
We must effectively change our concepts, truly attach importance to the efficacy of labor protection products, and put an end to the habitual violations that do not wear or incorrectly wear protective glasses in action. So, what are the standards for labor safety glasses?
In the production, some people have caused injuries due to incorrect wearing of protective glasses, and some have serious consequences. So, what are the standards for labor safety glasses? Let the editor of Baibai Safety Net go with you to find out!
Standards for labor protective glasses:
Before choosing protective eyewear, a risk assessment of the relevant process should be carried out to understand the process itself, the machines (tools) used, the substances involved, etc., the type and severity of eye hazards. For certain dangerous procedures such as metal welding or cutting with arc, oxyacetylene, or similar procedures, and the use of hand-held bullets to push tools, etc., employees must wear protective glasses.
Workers engaged in electric welding, gas welding, steel making, and glass blowing should wear anti-arc radiation glasses. However, the lenses of arc-proof radiation glasses have dark and light colors, which are designed according to different requirements. The selection should be based on the strength of the arc during operation. The intensity of the arc and the color should be deep; otherwise, light-colored lenses should be selected. If the arc light is strongly worn with light-colored goggles, part of the infrared rays will stimulate and damage the eyes through the lens, and occupational cataracts will occur in the long run; otherwise, the arc light is weak and wearing dark safety glasses for a long time will greatly reduce vision.
Therefore, every worker who needs to wear protective glasses should understand the harmful factors of his working environment, wear appropriate safety protective glasses, and should not wear a pass.
Dustproof glasses are used in environments with a lot of dust, and the general lens fastness requirements are not high. No matter the eye mask type or the flat mirror type, they are made of general flat glass lenses. The anti-impact glasses are used to prevent the small particles from flying out from piercing the eyes. The lenses require impact resistance. For example, the lathes, sanders and stone workers should wear anti-impact glasses. The iron sand and crushed stone are smashed when they strike the glasses, and the eyes will be more damaged. The lenses of chemical-resistant glasses are resistant to acids, alkalis, and corrosion, which is not available in other glasses.