Eye protection can act as a physical barrier from droplet spray and prevent unintentional rubbing of eyes between hand washing.
For many workplaces, eye protection will not be required. Good hygiene practices should be followed if eye protection is used.
Medical Eye Goggles
Product code: 3550
Available in boxes of 60
Sting Spectacle (Clear)
Product code: 900099
Safety Spectacles – Hard coated polycarbonate lens, UV treated
Nonreflective, Anti-fog treated, Medium impact, Adjustable side arms, Soft comfortable nose piece.
Hawk Safety Spectacle (Clear)
Product code: 900085
Polycarbonate Lens, Hard Scratch Resistant Coating, Medium Impact, UV Protection Treated, Anti-Fog Coated, Soft Nose Piece, EVA Foam for Seal Against Dust & Particles, Polycarbonate Arms.
Australian made in Melbourne. A non-sterile, single use, disposable face shield providing protection from airborne droplets.
Medical Isolation Mask
Product code: 3553B
Anti-fogging Protects from splash and dust clear maximum visibility
ARTG: 333813 EN16:2001
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When to use eye protection
- For workers who are in close proximity to droplet spray, for example healthcare workers, police, corrections and security work.
When not to use eye protection
- If the wearer doesn’t combine wearing eye protection with hand hygiene. Eye protection on its own will not control the COVID-19 virus.
- If the eye protection hasn’t been sanitised in between uses (if reusable).