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Eyesafe™ Advantages

Eyesafe™ is a prescription safety eyewear program that’s free for employers to join. It manages your compliance, provides significant savings, and offers the best level of services in the industry.
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Eyesafe™ For Program Managers

Eyesafe™ administrators have a customized resource section devoted to providing helpful information and tools to help you manage your company’s Eyesafe™ program.
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Eyesafe™ For Company Employees

Congratulations! The company you work for is an Eyesafe™ member, and we can assist you in ordering your prescription safety eyewear. This section has the answers you’re looking for to order your prescription safety glasses.
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Book Your Optometrist Appointment

Find an Alberta Eyesafe™ optometrist in your area along with their contact information to book your appointment. Don’t hold off, your eye safety is too important.
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Eyesafe™: The smart way to manage workplace eye safety and vision health

Eyesafe™ specialists provide comprehensive tools to manage your employees’ vision health and safety by matching your employees’ prescription safety eyewear needs with your workplace hazards. The Eyesafe™ program also delivers significant value and savings for both your employees and your company.

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Safety Blog Articles

Check out the latest Eye Safety Articles for news, facts and tips to help keep your employees safe on the job.

Nine Things You Can Do to Ensure Wintertime Eye Safety

Winter has arrived in Alberta, but eye safety doesn’t stop just because the snow starts to fly. While we all pull out the heavy winter coats, toques, and mitts, our eyes are often neglected.  We are blessed with cold but gloriously sunny days, and the intense glare from snow and ice poses a variety of... Read more »

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8 Things you can do to prevent eye injuries in the workplace.

By Glyn Jones, for Eyesafe/Alberta Association of Optometrists Employees work in a wide range of work environments, many of which create a risk of eye injury. An estimated 2000 Canadians sustain eye injuries that require medical attention every day, according to a study by Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). Over one third of... Read more »

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Understanding Risk Tolerance: Why workers don’t wear safety eyewear

By Glyn Jones, for Eyesafe/Alberta Association of Optometrists Although safety eyewear has a been fixture on most worksites for decades, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) reports that every day 700 Canadian workers sustain eye injuries on the job. Each injury costs Canadian employers between $1,000 and $80,000 per injury in lost production... Read more »

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Top 8 Ways to Ensure Summertime Eye Safety & Eye Health

What are you doing to protect your eyes this summer? While we all pull out the hats and sunscreen, our eyes are often neglected.  Summer happens fast in Alberta, and we need to be ready to take full advantage of the great outdoors.  With increased daylight hours, we tend to spend lots of time outside... Read more »

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How millennials are shaping the future of safety eyewear

Today’s workforce is different than it has ever been with four generational cohorts at work together– Baby Boomers (born 1946-1963), Gen-Xers (born 1964-1980), Generation-Y (born 1980-1995) and Generation-Z (born after 1995).  Social, cultural, and political factors shape the individual values, work ethics, needs and wants of these four groups. They have different ways of thinking... Read more »

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