Mens' Eye Protection Issues Revealed and What Women Can Do About it

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New Safety Tips are now published on a fun filled Blog for anyone wearing safety equipment, especially safety glasses.

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Ladies, there is a good chance your hubby is NOT wearing his safety glasses. My solution was to buy a hot looking pair of safety glasses (I prefer OCC and Wiley X safety glasses) and told my husband how good he looked wearing them. You better believe he wears them all the time. If only getting him to unload the dishwasher was that easy.

New Safety Tips have now been published on a fun filled Blog for anyone wearing safety equipment, especially safety glasses.

In the safetybriefs.org blog you will find entertaining and informative solutions to help you or your company keep safety issues top on your list. It turns out that each post is written from a lighter side and some are written by a woman who challenges men to wear safety gear. Do not expect the standard OSHA lingo in her blog posts.

Surprisingly enough, the Sassy Safety Glasses Queen is spot on with great advice. She is the resident safety glasses expert and specializes in the news, trends, and fashions of the Safety Glasses Industry with flair that keeps your interest. It’s Info-tainment at its’ best.

Serious safety tips are presented with her clever entertaining writing style… And addition to that it makes those reminders about safety memorable….

Here is just a sample of some her current statistics about eye protection:

  • 90% of eye injuries could have been avoided.
  • The average time off work for an eye injury is 2 days.
  • Men make up over 80% of all eye injuries.

The Sassy Safety Glasses Queen states: "This one I found extremely interesting! Especially since a good friend (who’s a woodworker) informed me that he uses his regular eyeglasses as safety glasses. You would think he would know better. If you don’t like taking off your glasses then invest in some Over Specs safety glasses. Regular eyeglasses still can let in debris and don’t meet ANSI standards."

  • Across the U.S. there are 2000 eye injuries each day that require medical attention.

The Sassy Safety Glasses Queen goes on to write this reminder: "Ladies, there is a good chance your hubby is NOT wearing his safety glasses. My solution was to buy a hot looking pair of safety glasses (I prefer OCC and Wiley X safety glasses) and told my husband how good he looked wearing them. You better believe he wears them all the time. If only getting him to unload the dishwasher was that easy."

The safetybriefs.org site is available to help keep your crew focused on safety. Tips and information can be used in safety meetings to keep the audience interested in safety programs.

The staff at safetybriefs.org and especially the Sassy Safety Glasses Queen wants you to stay safe always.

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