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Supplier: R. S. Hughes Company, Inc.
Description: 3M(TM) Protective Eyewear 1743/37112(AAD), Amber Lens 24/Case. They meet the requirements of the Standard for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection ANSI Z87.1-1989.Show More
Supplier: American Glove Co.
Description: Uvex classic 9305 offers 4 models for dust, mist or chemical splash: indirect vented, closed vented, indirect hooded and indirect hooded with facefoam. Clear lens only and fits over most Rx spectacles. Made in the USA, meets ANSI Z87.1-1989.Show More
Supplier: Safety Glasses USA
Description: . Lens Color: Clear - General purpose with impact protection and maximum visibility. Compliance: ANSI Z87.1-1989 Certified.Show More
Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: All clear Uvex® eyewear can be used as general-purpose safety eyewear or for additional UV protection. They have visible light transmission of 92% and will absorb 99.9% of UVA and UVB radiation up to 400nm. These are made in USA, and meet ANSI Z87.1-1989 and CSA Z94.3 eyewear requirements
- Type: Goggles
- Application: Laser Protection
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Inadequate Safety Glasses No "Miner " Factor in Injury
glasses certified to American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard Z87.1- 1989. The standard covers safety glasses for machining, welding, cutting, chemical handling, and assembly in normal manufacturing environments, and OSHA requires that safety glasses protecting workers in industrial
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States > California > State > Regulations > Title 8 - Industrial Relations > Division 1 - Department of Industrial Relations > Chapter 4 - Division of Industri...
Face shields of plastic or glass shall meet the optical qualities, impact resistance and light transmission standards specified in either the ANSI Z87.1 (1979) or ANSI Z87.1 ( 1989 , and revision Z87.1a-1989), "Practice for Occupational and Educational Eye and …
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(vi) Design, construction, testing, and use of devices for eye and face protection shall be in accordance with American National Standard for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection, ANSI Z87.1 1989 Current Edition.
Bookshelf and Unified Agenda > Department of Labor > Occupational Safety and Health Administration > Preambles > Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) For Genera...
The Agency also believes that PPE satisfying the pertinent criteria of the pre- 1989 ANSI Z87.1 standard for eye and face protection or the pre-1986 Z89.1 standard for head protection will adequately protect affected employees.
Federal Register > Friday, March 13, 2015 > [80 FR 13295] Updating OSHA Standards Based on National Consensus Standards; Eye and Face Protection
… CFR 1915.153(b)(1), 29 CFR 1917.91(a)(1)(i), and 29 CFR 1918.101(a)(1)(i) to include ANSI Z87.1-2010, the most recent version of that standard and delete the reference to ANSI Z87.1 - 1989 .
Federal Register > Wednesday, September 9, 2009 > [74 FR 46350] Updating OSHA Standards Based on National Consensus Standards; Personal Protective Equipment
Instead, the Agency presumes that employers are using safety shoes manufactured in accordance with the 1991 or 1999 editions of ASTM F-2412-05 and ASTM F-2413-05, and eyewear that complies with ANSI Z87.1 - 1989 , ANSI 87.1-1989 …
Bookshelf and Unified Agenda > Department of Labor > Occupational Safety and Health Administration > Preambles > Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) For Shipya...
OSHA has determined that detachable side shields that meet the pertinent criteria ( ANSI Z87.1 - 1989 , as referenced by final rule Sec. 1915.153 (b)(1) and (b)(2)) will provide adequate protection from flying objects.
Federal Register > Friday, May 24, 1996 > [61 FR 26322] Personal Protective Equipment for Shipyard Employment (PPE)
OSHA has determined that detachable side shields that meet the pertinent criteria ( ANSI Z87.1 - 1989 , as referenced by final rule §1915.153 (b)(1) and (b)(2)) will provide adequate protection from flying objects.
Federal Register > Thursday, May 17, 2007 > [72 FR 27771] Updating OSHA Standards Based on National Consensus Standards; Personal Protective Equipment
Specifically, OSHA proposes to list in the non-mandatory appendices the following standards: for protective eye and face devices, ANSI Z87.1 - 1989 , ANSI Z87.1-1998, and ANSI Z87.1-2003; for protective headwear, ANSI Z89.1-1986, ANSI Z89.1 …