Think for a moment about how often we use our sight every day. Our vision allows us to admire nature's beauty around us, enjoy a good book, and appreciate the faces of our loved ones. Infact one of the most important part of our body. Eye safety means taking proactive measures to ensure the same quality of eyesight you currently enjoy!!


Sunglasses

Sunglasses not only look good, they’re good for you. Protect yourself from harmful UV rays today to help prevent damage tomorrow.
. Avoid using non-polaroid sunglasses.
. Choose sunglasses with both UVA and UVB protection

At the Computer

Goggles and shields do much more than protect your eyes from injury. Many goggles or safety glasses come with tints to reduce sun glare, light filtering capabilities that make it easier to see certain colors (like yellow tennis balls), and polycarbonate lenses that stand up to sudden, sharp impact. Choose the right goggles or shield for your sport.

Sports Safety

- Keep your computer screen atleast 20"-24" from your eyes.
- Keep the top of your computer screen slightly below eye level.
- Use anti-reflective lenses while using computer, laptop and any other visual gadgets.
- Adjust lighting to minimize glare.

Work and Home Safety

Two of the most common places for eye injuries to occur are home and work. Often, people in industrial settings are susceptible to projectiles that can injure the eye. And at home, many household cleaners can cause injury to the eyes – in addition to various home improvement projects that have a potential for danger. The best advice we can give is to use your common sense – if you’re working on a project that can cause harm to your eyes, make sure you’re safe with the proper protective eyewear.