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Eye safety

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We provide printable Occupational Health and Safety Posters. Our posters have been used by companies, organizations, and governments in more than 70 countries around the world to increase safety awareness among their staff and workers.

Printable Emergency First Aid Chart | First Aid For Eyes Guide Poster / Wall Chart

First Aid For Eyes Guide Poster / Wall Chart Displaying this general First Aid For Eyes GUIDE poster in your workplace can play an important part in complying with HSE legislation. The poster raises awareness amongst your employees, first aid trained personnel and visitors and will help reinforce your commitment to safety. The user friendly text and illustrations make this First Aid For Eyes wall chart easy to understand and implement thereby helping to minimize accidents and injuries in…

Disorders Of The Eye 2nd Edition Anatomical Chart

This chart shows normal eye anatomy as well as normal sagittal section, close up of normal retina and close-up of normal optic disc. Illustrates cataract, corneal ulcers, retinal tear and detachment, vitreous floaters, glaucoma, melanoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, blepharitis and conjunctivitis. Also shows exotropia and esotropia. Measures 20x26in.. Printed in the USA by Anatomical Chart Company.

The 20-20-20 rule. With everything digital these days it's tough keeping your eyes from straining, but remembering the 20-20-20 rule can help! Check out this info-graphic which gives helpful tips on how to prevent digital eye strain.

What is the 20-20-20 rule? Simple. It’s a handy tool you can use at work or at home to reduce eye fatigue in just 20 seconds. Being surrounded by screens – from laptops to desktops to cell phones, TVs and tablets – our eyes are experiencing more screen time than any time in history.