SGA Cobra Safety Glasses * Hot Pink Arms * Smoke Lens * BULK LOT
Cobra Industrial Safety Glasses were developed by SGA.
The Cobra Industrial Safety Glasses are lightweight and designed to fit most face shapes comfortably.
Stand out from the crowd with the vibrant hot pink temples on the ever popular cobra safety glasses.
* Medium Impact – certified according to AS/NZS1337.1 Standards
* Cost effective
* Lens: Distortion Free with Optical Clarity.
The selection, supply and use of safety eyewear is subject to Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1336:1997 – in particular Section 4 and Section 7 which deal with eyewear generally and prescription safety spectacles in particular. The optical and physical requirements of non-prescription eye protection is covered in AS/NZS 1337.
“SECTION 4: USE OF PERSONAL EYE PROTECTORS”
4.1 GENERAL Where it is not possible to eliminate or control eye hazards, personal eye protectors shall be supplied to operators and visitors in areas where eye hazards may exist. These eye protectors should be worn at all times.
If eye protectors are supplied, they shall comply with the relevant requirements of AS/NZS 1337, and AS/NZS 1338 Parts 1 to 3, BS EN 207 and BS EN 208.
Low impact safety spectacles provide adequate protection from low velocity flying particles coming from work areas in front of the operator. The attachment of suitable side shields provides additional protection against low velocity flying particles and stray radiation from welding operations.
* Agreement should be reached between persons involved in the eye protection program on the type of protection needed and the requirements for wearing eye protectors.
* Low impact safety spectacles, including prescription eye protectors, are not designed or intended to provide protection against particles having a medium or high impact energy. Where greater protection is required, it should be in the form of goggles, wide-vision spectacles, wide-vision goggles, eye shield, face shield or hood.
In all work situations, personal eye protection may not protect against dangers from the side and rear. Emphasis should be given to designing work areas for risk minimisation.