Safety Eyewear

Safety eyewear and goggle are forms of protective eyewear that enclose and protect the area surrounding the eyes in order to prevent particulates, water or chemicals from striking the eyes. Safety eyewear is used in various industries to provide protection against heat, debris, dust, chemical splashes and other harmful particles.

The Difference between Protective Glasses and Safety Glasses?

Protective Glasses sit across the eye, allowing air to enter around the edges. They are easy to put on and comfortable to wear. It is a better choice at a situation where the primary hazard to the wearer’s eyes comes from the front.

Safety Goggles sit directly on the face and seal the wearer’s eyes, protecting them from splashes and dust. Additionally, it also provides more reliable protection from. Plastic and metal projectiles.

Consider the following key areas when selecting Safety Eyewear

  • Ultraviolet rays, infrared radiation, bright light sources
  • Dangerous gas, chemicals, liquids or dust
  • High temperature and hit objects or substances
  • Wood, metal or plastic debris and shrapnel
  • Electric discharge from short circuits and electrical faults

Three broad categories of Safety Eyewear

Directly Vented Models prevent condensation and provide a more comfortable fit for light tasks.

Non-vented Models are fully sealed, providing maximum protection from dust, smoke and liquid splashes.

Indirectly Vented Models utilise hooded or covered vents allowing air under the lens to help prevent condensation but still preventing the entry of splashed liquids or chemicals.


  • Certified International
  • GB Standard
  • ISO Standard
  • ISO Standard – Type 3B/4B/5B/6B
  • FDA Listed
  • EN14126
  • EN14605
  • EN14605
  • EN114126