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LUL - G3177 - GUIDANCE FOR THE PROVISION OF PRESCRIPTION SAFETY EYEWEAR - ISSUE A2 Organization: LUL
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: Purpose The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on how to obtain prescription safety eyewear for work activities.  
ANSI Z80.3 - OPHTHALMICS - NONPRESCRIPTION SUNGLASS AND FASHION EYEWEAR REQUIREMENTS Organization: ANSI
Date: 2015-09-04
Description: These products are commonly called sunglasses, and they are not designed to be industrial safety eyewear as defined in ANSI Z87.1, or to provide corrective prescriptions as defined in ANSI Z80.1, or to provide protection for selected sports as defined within ASTM F08.57 committee standards, or to provide protection when making direct observation of the sun, such as for viewing a partial or annular solar eclipse.
ACGIH 14-006 - LASER SAFETY: TOOLS AND TRAINING - 2ND EDITION; TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: ACGIH
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: The author encourages readers to think beyond protective eyewear. As it relates to safety, he determines that if eyewear is required, then the laser system is not ideal
SPIE - LASER SAFETY IN THE LAB - LASER SAFETY IN THE LAB Organization: SPIE
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: Laser Safety in the Lab provides the laser user and laser safety officer with practical guidelines from housekeeping to eyewear to on-the-job training.
ISO 12609-2 - EYEWEAR FOR PROTECTION AGAINST INTENSE LIGHT SOURCES USED ON HUMANS AND ANIMALS FOR COSMETIC AND MEDICAL APPLICATIONS - PART 2: GUIDANCE FOR USE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-07-15
Description: This International Standard gives guidance and information to users, manufacturers, suppliers, and safety advisors on the selection and use of eye protectors for intense light source (ILS) equipment used on humans and animals for cosmetic and medical applications against excessive exposure to optical radiation in the spectral range 250 nm to 3 000 nm, with the exception of laser radiation.
ISO 12609-1 - EYEWEAR FOR PROTECTION AGAINST INTENSE LIGHT SOURCES USED ON HUMANS AND ANIMALS FOR COSMETIC AND MEDICAL APPLICATIONS - PART 1: SPECIFICATION FOR PRODUCTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-07-15
Description: This part of ISO 12609 is not applicable to eye protectors for use with tanning equipment, ophthalmic instruments or other medical/cosmetic devices, the safety issues of which are addressed through other European and International standards.
ANSI Z80.31 - FOR OPHTHALMICS - OPHTHALMIC OPTICS - SPECIFICATIONS FOR SINGLE-VISION READY-TO-WEAR NEAR-VISION SPECTACLES Organization: ANSI
Date: 2012-07-25
Description: They are not designed to be industrial safety eyewear as defined in ANSI Z87.1-2010, sports eyewear as defined in ASTM F803, nor prescription eyewear as defined in ANSI Z80.1-2010.
ARMY - DA PAM 40-506 - THE ARMY VISION CONSERVATION AND READINESS PROGRAM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2001-07-20
Description: Portions of this pamphlet may not apply in theater of operation where hostile fire exists or is expected to exist: (1) Illumination considerations will be within the constraints of available lighting sets, ambient lighting, and combat lighting discipline. (2) If industrial safety eyewear is not immediately available in the deployment area, ballistic-laser protective spectacles, special protective eyewear cylindrical system, or military eye protection system when fielded are considered appropriate protection.
ARMY - DA PAM 40-506 - THE ARMY VISION CONSERVATION AND READINESS PROGRAM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2003-06-02
Description: Portions of this pamphlet may not apply in theaters of operation where hostile fire exists or is expected to exist: Illumination considerations will be within the constraints of available lighting sets, ambient lighting, and combat lighting discipline. If industrial safety eyewear is not immediately available in the deployment area, ballistic laser protective spectacles, special protective eyewear cylindrical system, or military eye protection system when fielded are considered appropriate protection.
CSA Z94.3.1 - GUIDELINE FOR SELECTION, USE, AND CARE OF EYE AND FACE PROTECTORS - THIRD EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Note: CSA Z94.3 requires that prescription safety eyewear be fitted by a qualified professional (e.g., a licensed ophthalmic practitioner).
ASTM F3077 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR EYE PROTECTORS FOR WOMEN’S LACROSSE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-06-01
Description: This specification covers eye protectors designed for use by players of women's lacrosse that minimize or significantly reduce injury to the eye and adnexa due to impact and penetration of lacrosse balls. Protective eyewear offers protection only to the eyes and does not protect other parts of the head.
SNZ AS/NZS 1067.1 - EYE AND FACE PROTECTION - SUNGLASSES AND FASHION SPECTACLES PART 1: REQUIREMENTS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2016-09-30
Description: NOTE: AS/NZS 1337.1, AS/NZS 1337.4, AS/NZS 1337.5, AS/NZS 1338.1, AS/NZS 1338.2 and AS/NZS 1338.3 apply to safety glasses and safety goggles. (iii) Eyewear for protection against radiation in solaria.
ASTM F2812 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR GOGGLE- AND SPECTACLE-TYPE EYE PROTECTORS FOR SELECTED MOTOR SPORTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-07-01
Description: This specification does not address shield-type eye protectors such as are connected to, integral to, and/or supported by protective helmets. Protective eyewear offers protection only to the eyes and does not protect other parts of the head, face, or neck.
ASTM F803 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR EYE PROTECTORS FOR SELECTED SPORTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-06-01
Description: This specification covers eye protectors, designed for use by players of racket sports, women's lacrosse, field hockey, basketball, baseball, and soccer that minimize or significantly reduce injury to the eye and adnexa due to impact and penetration by racket-sport rackets and balls, women's lacrosse and field hockey sticks and balls, baseballs, soccer balls, hands, elbows, and fingers. Protective eyewear offers protection only to the eyes and does not protect other parts of the head.
ANSI Z80.1 - OPHTHALMICS – PRESCRIPTION OPHTHALMIC LENSES – RECOMMENDATIONS Organization: ANSI
Date: 2015-08-20
Description: It is a guideline for entities that fabricate, assemble or process dress eyewear or lens components. Relevant optical and physical specifications and tolerances of this standard also apply to uncut lenses.
ASTM F659 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR SKI AND SNOWBOARD GOGGLES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: (Warning—Impact resistant prescription spectacles that conform to the standard specifications of ANSI Z87.1 should be used if spectacles are to be worn under goggle-type eyewear as covered by this specification.) The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as the standard.
ASTM F2713 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR EYE PROTECTORS FOR FIELD HOCKEY Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-09-01
Description: Contact with the eye of the headform constitutes failure. Protective eyewear offers protection only to the eyes and does not protect other parts of the head.
LIA/LASER - ANSI Z136.3 - SAFE USE OF LASERS IN HEALTH CARE Organization: LIA/LASER
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Users of HCLSs should obtain information from the operator's manual or obtain written information from the manufacturer on suitable laser protective eyewear (LPE), the nominal hazard zone (NHZ), calibration procedures, or adequate instructions for safe use.

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