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Eye injuries in the workplace are one of the most common and health-threatening risks when it comes to workplace safety. Here’s what you need to know about eye safety at work.
Prevent workplace eye injuries
Preventing workplace eye injuries saves your employees pain and damage, while the company saves costs in lost productivity, workers’ compensation and more.
Safety glasses
Every day roughly 2000 U.S. workers sustain a job-related eye injury. These injuries can cause severe trauma, vision loss and even blindness.
Healthy eating for productivity and vision
Research has determined that a healthy lifestyle, including proper nutrition, can significantly reduce the risk of eye health problems.
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Whether you're handling heavy machinery or filing spreadsheets on a computer, your vision is necessary to get your job done as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Employee with glasses at computer experiencing eyestrain
There are several things you can do reduce device-related eyestrain, particularly at the office.
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Vision-related issues can cost you big time. Here’s an overview of three common vision problems.
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Where could you, your children or your employees be losing major productivity due to vision loss? Let's take a closer look.
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