"Clearing Off Barriers to Protective Eyewear Compliance" -- An Educational Webinar by Occupational Health and Safety and Defog It Anti Fog, Set for September 15

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2000 workplace eye injuries occur every day, resulting in costs to industry of as much as $300 million annually. Occupational Health and Safety magazine and Defog It anti fog and are presenting a no-cost educational webinar to help safety professionals reduce eye injuries.

Defog It antifog, first proven by the military, is now the choice for fog-free safety eyewear in mining, steel, manufacturing, law enforcement, and food and chemical processing.

Defog It anti fog, first proven by the military, is now the choice for fog-free safety eyewear in mining, utilities, pulp and paper, steel, manufacturing, and food and chemical processing.

According to a Bureau of Labor Statistics survey, three out of five workers were not wearing eye protection at the time of their eye injury accident. Our goal is to change those statistics.

2000 workplace eye injuries requiring medical treatment occur every day, resulting in costs to industry of as much as $300 million annually. Defog It anti fog and Occupational Health and Safety magazine are presenting a no-cost educational webinar to help safety professionals reduce eye injuries and increase the use of protective eyewear. The one-hour session, “Clearing Off the Barriers to Protective Eyewear Compliance”, takes place Wednesday, September 15, 2011, at 2 pm EST. Attendees can register at http://www.ohsonline.com.

Topics to be covered in the “Clearing Off the Barriers to Protective Eyewear Compliance” webinar include:

  •     The risk and cost of safety eyewear noncompliance
  •     Major barriers to safety eyewear compliance
  •     7 best practices for improving workplace eye safety
  •     How a safety professional performs an audit to identify barriers to compliance
  •     How to prevent the #1 vision-related factor in noncompliance – fogged eyewear
  •     How to identify fogging danger zones and how to prevent them

Webinar presenters are Jodi Groh of Defog It by Nanofilm and Jerry Daniels, founder of the North Georgia Safety Training Institute. Groh is a vision care professional with 16 years of experience advising some of the country’s largest optical companies. Daniels is experienced in both OSHA General Industry and MSHA mine safety and health training and is formally authorized by OSHA as an Outreach Trainer.

“According to a Bureau of Labor Statistics survey, three out of five workers were not wearing eye protection at the time of their eye injury accident,” says Jodi Groh, Director of Marketing at Nanofilm, maker of Defog It. “Our goal is to change those statistics with this webinar.”

First used by the military worldwide, Defog It anti fog is proven in the toughest workplace environments where heat, cold, humidity and exertion cause fogged safety eyewear. Defog It is available as a liquid or reusable cloths and is safe and effective on safety glasses, goggles and faceshields.

Lab tests confirm the Defog It’s high performance. In one test, a lens treated with Defog It was held over constant hot steam for 60 minutes without fog forming. Similar products failed in as little as 5 minutes. In another test, lenses coated with Clarity Defog It were moved between cold and hot environments 100 times without fog forming.

About Nanofilm (http://www.nanofilmproducts.com). Nanofilm, founded in 1985, is the maker of Clarity Defog It and a global optical leader in lens care and coatings. Millions of people around the world use Nanofilm products, including Clarity Clean It™ and other lens care products, as well as nanotechnology-enabled coatings.

About North Georgia Safety Training Institute, LLC, (http://www.ngsafetytraining.com). Founded by Jerry F. Daniels, a 26-year U.S. Navy veteran, the company offers both OSHA General Industry and MSHA mine safety and health training and consulting. Certified trainers are available for overhead bridge crane, rigger/signal-person and forklift training, among others.

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