Workers Memorial Day, April 28, was established to recognize workers who died or suffered from exposures to hazards at work. It also encourages us to think of ways in which we all can help to achieve the goal of safer and healthier workplaces.
There are many kinds of eye examination procedures used by Optometrists. Beyond simply checking a person’s ability to focus, they test the eyes in ways which are highly relevant to safety in the workplace
How technology can improve workplace safety: It is much easier to ensure that safety information is always up-to-date and immediately accessible.
Preventing workplace eye injuries: You can protect your vision at work is to always wear appropriate protective eyewear.
Keep your lenses from fogging: If you wear glasses for safety, you’ve probably managed to find a way to wear your glasses comfortably.
Sometimes I have noticed in my company that we get so caught up in the how we are doing something, that we forget the why. A couple weeks ago my 12-year old daughter got new glasses. Her prescription had changed dramatically in a short period of time. When she got her new glasses her comment to me was “it looks like the graphics were upgraded!” Definitely my child…
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