Eye Protection

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Conducted by: JESS IBON (Safety Officer)
SAFE WORKING DAY = ACCIDENT-FREE DAY! EVERYONE GOES HOME SAFELY! EYE PROTECTION
Objective: To let the workers fully understand that loss of eyesight or damage to the eyes can lead to irreversible negative effect to their families and loved ones. To give some safety tips or first aid procedure in the event of eye-related incidents or accidents.

(Note to discussion leader: Bring some kind of eye protective devices for comparison)

Introduction: (walk in front of the workers as if you are blind and observe their reactions).
Have you ever thought about what life would be like without eyesight? How would you get dressed in the morning? How would you make a living? How would you enjoy the flowers in your garden or the expressions on your children's faces at Christmas?

Your eyes are important in almost all your activities, and because eyes come only one pair (not two or three) to a customer, they deserve all the care and protection you can give them. What actions can you take to protect the eyes that are so important to your happiness and well-being?

The most important thing you can do is to wear eye protection when there is a danger of flying particles, dust or harmful liquids getting into your eyes.

Perhaps you think that your ordinary eyeglasses offer enough protection against any eye hazards you may encounter. Think again! On impact, regular lenses tend to shatter more easily. Safety lenses may shatter, but they require a much greater impact. Various types of eye protective devices have been designed, including safety glasses, goggles and full-face shields. Their uses differ according to the type of work.

You should always wear the type of eye protection recommended for the work you are...
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