Part # ORRAAXP710BKGYA
XP710 visually correct lenses provide 99.9% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays. The lenses meet and exceed the ANSI Z87.1-2015 high impact standards, CSA Z94.3-2015, Measurements: Base curve: 8. Width: 128 mm.
Part # ORRAAXP750BGGYA
XP750 visually correct lenses provide 99.9% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays to meet and exceed the ANSI Z87.1-2015 high impact standards, CSA Z94.3-2015
Part # ORRAAXP315MHCL
XP310 Readers visually correct lenses provide 99.9% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays to meet and exceed the ANSI Z87.1-2015 high impact standards, Measurements: Base curve 9, Width 143mm
Part # ORRAAXP525BKGYF
Part # M6AZOP520OGRL
Part # M78326741111L
Few industries can say they make a lasting impact on their community like the construction industry. Starting from scratch, construction workers build the businesses we work in and the houses we live in. However, shaping the world doesn’t come without its share of dangers.
In this ever-changing industry employers are always looking for ways to reduce some of the risk their employees encounter. Recent studies have been conducted to determine whether helmets are a better option than traditional hard hats. One of the main concerns with a traditional hard hat is that during a fall the hard hat can become displaced from the head and therefore does not provide the protection for which it was designed. Because of this and other reasons, some construction companies have decided to make the transition to safety helmets. Check out our blog on helmets vs hard hats for more information.
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According to OSHA, one in five worker deaths in 2018 were in the construction industry. The leading causes of private sector worker deaths (excluding highway collisions) in the construction industry were falls, followed by struck by object, electrocution, and caught-in/between. These "Fatal Four" were responsible for more than half of the construction worker deaths in 2018, BLS reports. Eliminating the Fatal Four would save 570 workers' lives in America every year.
Data based on U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics survey of occupational injuries and illnesses. This data is from the 2018 U.S. survey.
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