We supply employers and employees across the country with the safety glasses and eye protection they need to keep them safe at work, whatever their occupation and industry. We have safety glasses available for purchase from the following brands:
|Bolle Safety||UVEX||Eyres||Ugly Fish||Australian Safety Wholesalers|
Every year, over 130,000 Australians seek medical attention for eye injuries with 60% of these eye injuries occuring in the workplace. Many eye injuries result in serious injury, vision loss, blindness or loss of an eye. 90% of eye injuries can be prevented, so its vital both employers and employees manage eye injury hazards using safety glasses and other forms of protective eyewear.
Australian Safety Standard AS/NZS 1337.1 specifies the minimum requirements for non-prescription eye and face protectors and associated oculars. Safety glasses that comply with this standard are designed to be of a quality and strength to protect the wearer’s eyes.
You can rest assured that all safety glasses supplied by Eye Protect meet or exceed Australian Safety Standards. As a result, our safety glasses are used across a variety of industries, including mining, manufacturing, construction, industrial, agriculture, health care, military, law enforcement and emergency services.
At Eye Protect, we supply safety glasses to businesses of all sizes from individuals, contractors & SMEs to Australia’s largest companies with 1000’s of employees. We can supply safety glasses in various quantities, and we offer bulk discounts for larger orders.
We also want to make it as easy as possible for individuals and businesses of all sizes to identify and purchase the correct safety glasses for the job at hand. The safety glasses that you choose will depend on specific working conditions and requirements.
Our team and Registered Optometrist can provide consulting services to assist you in selecting the correct safety glasses and lenses according to your industry and work environment. Contact us to find out more about our consulting service or to set up an appointment.
If you have any questions about our range of safety glasses, site risks, usage assessments, recommendations or any of our other products, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us. Call our Customer Service Team and Optometrist on 08 9248 1722 or send us an email, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
The human eye is an extremely sensitive and delicate organ. It’s incredibly vulnerable to irritation and injury, particularly in harsh working environments. Typical workplace hazards which result in eye injuries include flying particles (wood, metal, fibre etc.), dust, chemical vapours, liquid splashes and radiation from welding and lasers. With 90% of eye injuries being preventable, workers across all occupations and industries need to be wary of protecting their eyes from injury or permanent damage.
All certified safety eyewear in Australia requires certain frame and lens markings to indicate the safety glasses conform to AS/NZS 1337.1 standards. This information helps guarantee the eyewear’s quality.
Eye Protect provides individuals and businesses of all sizes with the safety glasses they require for eye protection. Whatever industry you are in, you can be confident that safety glasses from Eye Protect comply with the relevant Australian safety standard to protect your employee’s eyes.
Eye Protect has one of the largest ranges of safety glasses in Australia. In fact, with over 400 models, we might even have the most extensive range in Australia.
The type of frame chosen will depend on the environment in which they are worn, and the associated risks and hazards. Common features of Safety Glasses frames include:
In addition, we stock a wide range of Positive Seal Foam Insert Safety Glasses for dusty conditions and mining environments.
Take a look at some of our most popular models of safety glasses from industry-leading brands.
|Bolle Rush Plus: Featuring a lightweight, ultra-sporty design with non-slip temples, the Bolle Rush+ is designed for all day use on the toughest worksites. Its lenses are suitable for extreme temperatures from -80ºC to +135ºC and absorb 99.99% of ultraviolet rays.||UVEX Pheos CX2: UVEX designed the Pheos CX2 with innovative features to enhance protective performance and wearer comfort. Its frame design delivers excellent field of vision, and x-twist arm technology ensures a non-slip fit for optimum protection.||Eyres Bercy: With a wraparound fit, flexible frame technology and grey tinted polycarbonate lenses, the Eyres Bercy is a great option for all day use on outdoor worksites.||Ugly Fish Tradie: Utilising a Blue Revo Mirror Coating in a stylish sports wrap around frame, the Ugly Fish Tradie offers maximum protection and comfort to help get the tough outdoor jobs done.|
Safety Glasses can be supplied with a variety of different lenses and tints to increase the wearer’s comfort, vision and protection. The tint should be selected based on the wearer’s working conditions and environment.
|Clear lenses: Provide maximum light transmission and are designed for indoors and low light conditions. Clear safety glasses lenses can be used outdoors, but it’s recommended that safety sunglasses should be used.|
|Sunglasses lenses: Available in a variety of tint colours (usually grey, brown or green), these safety lenses are designed for outdoor use.|
|Polarised lenses: Designed to cut out glare and increase the overall quality of vision by reducing visual noise. These lenses are perfect for outdoor use, especially in and around water environments.|
|Photochromic lenses: Perfect when working both indoors and outdoors and you need to work in changing light conditions. Photochromic lenses seamlessly adjust to changing light conditions without any input from the wearer. These lenses darken when exposed to the sun and lighten indoors.|
|Indoor/Outdoor Light Tinted Lenses: Featuring a light tint with high transmittance, these lenses are suitable for use indoors and outdoors and also low-light environments.|
All safety glasses lenses are also marked with a lens tint category, to assist with lens selection.
Safety Glasses can be supplied with anti-scratch coatings, anti-fog coatings or both. The inclusion of these coating depends on the model selected and targeted application.
Anti-scratch coatings are applied to one or both sides of the safety lenses to improve the scratch resistancy of the lens material. Key benefits include:
Anti-fog coatings are designed to assist safety glasses from fogging up in hot, humid conditions or where other PPE is being worn. Anti-fog coatings can be applied to one or both sides of the lenses. Key benefits include: