Most prescription safety glasses purchased online are for impact safety, and for good reason.
There are plenty of other types of prescription safety glasses, from those for laser safety to those for glassblowing or welding, but far and away ANSI Z87-approved prescription impact safety glasses are the most common.
ANSI, or the American National Standards Institute, is responsible for creating the majority of safety standards enforced by OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. ANSI decides what makes your protective equipment safe, and OSHA makes sure that you wear it when you’re supposed to. And while many foreman and skilled workers fear visits from OSHA, the truth is that the standards they enforce are important, and a lot more people would get hurt if they weren’t around.
Don’t get caught with your glasses down. If you need prescription safety glasses, invest in a quality pair that will be comfortable and will last a long time. Our glasses in the “Prescription Safety Glasses” section have our full support for comfort and durability, and our most popular brand of wraparound safety glasses is the Wiley X series.
If you are unsure of whether a product will fit you comfortably, or if you don’t know what’s best for your face size and shape, give us a call and we’ll be happy to guide you to a pair that will work for you. Many of our customers will order a few frames without lenses to try them on before investing in prescription lenses, as our frames are fully refundable as long as they’re returned within 30 days. We hope you have fun browsing our catalog and exploring the variety of stylish prescription safety glasses for impact safety that we offer, and thanks for reading.
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