Posted 07 March 2020 - 01:35 AM
Try breaking safety glasses and see what happens...most of the time they have sharp edges which are indeed a hazard. The real question is how to manage the hazard. For PPE and any eye wear it would involve employee training to immediately stop the line and notify supervisor or QA to assess risk and go from there. Almost every time people know when their glasses go missing or are damaged.
Absolutely correct Ryan - I've watched a couple of safety glasses shatter, sharp edges and all - these have to be on anyone's register and inspected often.
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