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Eye Safety Training

Regulatory bodies
  • OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Association)
  • Cal/OSHA (California Occupational Safety & Health Association)
Who needs it

Employees who may be exposed to eye hazards from impact, dust, chemicals, radiation, etc.

Regulation reference
  • 29 CFR 1910.133
  • 8 CCR 3380-3385
What our training provides:

Our training covers:

  • Common eye hazards in the workplace
  • Selection and use of proper eye and face protection
  • Limitations of different types of eye PPE
  • Care and maintenance of eye protection
  • Importance of wearing eye protection at all times in hazard areas

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How often does eye safety training need to be conducted?
Initial training for new hires, with annual refresher recommended.

When is eye protection required?
For any potential hazard from flying particles, chemicals, gases or vapors, light radiation, etc.

What are the different types of eye protection?
Safety glasses, goggles, face shields, welding helmets.

Can regular eyeglasses provide adequate protection?
No, approved safety eyewear must be worn over regular glasses if needed.

How should proper eye protector fitting be evaluated?
By a qualified individual through hands-on checks for gaps, looseness, coverage.

What topics must be covered in eye safety training?
Hazards, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) selection, use, care, emergency procedures, reporting issues.

How should eye safety training be documented?
With sign-in sheets listing date, instructor, topics, and trainee signatures.

When is additional eye safety training needed?
New equipment, processes or hazards are introduced.

Who can provide eye safety training?
Safety managers, supervisors, industrial hygienists, training consultants. Contact Us to get support or request a Eye Safety Training. Our skilled team of EH&S specialists is ready to assist you.

What are key reminders for eye protection care?
Inspect, clean, replace if damaged. Don’t modify protector.

Can supervisors provide eye safety training?
Yes, if properly trained themselves on requirements.

What are common eye safety program mistakes?
Providing inadequate protectors, lack of enforcement on use.

How can eye protection program effectiveness be evaluated?
Tracking eye injuries and first aid logs before and after training.

How long should training records be retained?
3 years is recommended minimum by Occupational Safety & Health Association (OSHA).

What are possible penalties for lack of training?
Occupational Safety & Health Association (OSHA) citations and fines for failure to comply with standards.

Should temporary workers receive eye safety training?
Yes, it is the employer’s duty to protect all personnel.

Can eye safety training be provided online?
Online can supplement, but not replace, hands-on training.

Is training required for voluntary eye protection use?
No, but recommended to ensure proper selection and use.

Do eye safety standards apply to visitors?
Yes, employers must ensure adequate protection is available.

Can employees decline required eye protection training?
No, the training is mandatory for all exposed employees.