The HIJACK safety glasses solution combines the need for protection in the field with the styled look of everyday sunglasses to deliver a tough but lightweight frame with great UV protection.
The 822 Hijack Polarised Safety Glasses is the new medium impact safety glasses by Bandit III. The HIJACK safety glasses solution from Bandit combines the need for protection in the field with the styled look of everyday sunglasses to deliver a tough and aggressive dual lens frame. The frame has a moulded nose piece fitted with nose pads for extra comfort. The polarised lens is fitted into the lightweight frame, making the Hijack an easy wearing design. The 822 Hijack is the perfect companion when working in high-glare environments, such as near the water, on rooftops, and on the road. The polarised lens in the Hijack effectively reduces the glare reflecting from these surfaces to provide you crystal clear vision.
Manufactured with 2.0mm PC polarised lens
Hijack Polarised Safety Glasses Features:
* New Hijack Polarised lens * 2.0mm PC polarised lens * Medium Impact safety glasses * Benchmark Certified * AS/NZS1337.1 * Full eye coverage * Lightweight * Great UV protection * Fantastic Glare reduction
Australian standard AS/NZS 1337.1:2010 (Personal eye protection – Eye and face protectors for occupational applications) for Medium Impact (the highest possible rating for safety eyewear in Australia). The objective of this Standard is to provide tests and requirements for eye and face protectors to be used occupationally. Australian Standard AS/NZS 1337 sets the requirements for protective eyewear for workers in industrial environments. Many employees may work in situations where protective eyewear is an OH&S necessity.
It is important to buy safety spectacles which meet the Australian standards. Many employers are unaware of the detail and implications of AS/NZS 1336:1997, often resulting in employers wasting money on the purchase of safety spectacles which do not provide the level of protection required for specific working environments.
The highest rates of eye injury in Australia occur in the construction and manufacturing industries. The two most common tasks being performed when eye injury occurs is grinding and welding. But injuries also happen during agriculture, mining, fishing and while doing handyman jobs around the house. Most eye injuries can be prevented by the proper use of eye protection.
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