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  • Protect yourself, protect your sightOSHA continuously updates the standards it recognizes to meet the changing needs of work environments. The ANSI Z87.1-2015 standard for eye and face protection provides a detailed structure for how protective eyewear should be marked. At the end of the presentation is a one-page Quick Guide detailing the expanded eye protection markings to help you find the right eyewear to keep workers safe and stay compliant.

  • Heat Protection - Slide 4

    Chemical Protection - Slide 5

    Dust Protection - Slide 7

    Optical Radiation Protection - Slide 9

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  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Machining, masonry work, sanding, etc. that could result in flying fragments, objects, particles, etc.

    Glasses with side protection Goggles with ventilation (direct or indirect) Faceshields worn over glasses or goggles Welding helmets worn over glasses or

    goggles Loose fitting respirators worn over glasses

    or goggles Full facepiece respirators

    MarkingImpact Rated: Z87+

    Impact Rated RX: Z87-2+

    Non-Impact Rated: Z87

    Non-Impact Rated RX: Z87-2

    IMPACT

  • FACE PROTECTION FACE PROTECTION FACE PROTECTION

    Furnace operations such as pouring, casting, hot dipping, gas cutting and welding that could result in:

    1. hot sparks or splash

    2. splash from molten metal

    3. high temperature exposure

    Glasses with side protection Goggles with ventilation (direct or indirect) Faceshield worn over glasses or goggles Loose fitting respirator worn over glasses Full facepiece respirator

    Faceshield worn over goggles Loose-fitting respirator worn

    over glasses or goggles Full facepiece respirator

    Screen faceshield over spectacles or goggles

    Reflective faceshield over spectacles or goggles

    Marking No marking designations for eye protection to heat or high temperature exposure currently exist in the ANSI/ISEA Z87.12015 standard.

    Potential workplace Hazard

    HEAT

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Liquids, degreasing, plating and acid and chemical handling that could result in splash, droplets and sprays

    Goggles with indirect ventilation (eyecup or cover type)

    Faceshield worn over goggles Loose-fitting respirator worn over

    glasses or goggles Full facepiece respirator

    MarkingSplash/droplet: D3

    CHEMICAL - Splash, Droplets and Sprays

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Liquids, degreasing, plating and acid and chemical handling that could result in irritating mists

    Goggle with no ventilation (eyecup or cover type)

    Faceshield worn over goggles Loose-fitting respirator worn over

    glasses or goggles Full facepiece respirator

    MarkingNo marking designations for eye protection from irritating mists currently exist in the ANSI/ISEA Z87.12015 standard.

    CHEMICAL - Irritating Mists

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Woodworking, buffing and general dusty conditions that could result in nuisance dust

    Goggles with direct or indirect ventilation (eyecup or cover type)

    Full facepiece respirator

    MarkingDust: D4

    DUST - Nuisance Dust

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Woodworking, buffing and general dusty conditions that could result in fine dust

    Goggles with indirect ventilation or no ventilation

    Full facepiece respirator

    MarkingFine Dust: D5

    DUST - Fine Dust

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Optical radiation that could result in infrared radiation (IR)

    Glasses with side protection Goggles with direct or indirect ventilation Faceshield worn over glasses or goggles Welding helmet worn over glasses or

    goggles Loose-fitting respirator worn over glasses

    or goggles Full facepiece respirators

    MarkingIR: R and scale number

    OPTICAL RADIATION - Infrared Radiation

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Optical radiation that could result in visible light (glare)

    Glasses with side protection Goggles with direct or indirect ventilation Faceshield worn over glasses or goggles Welding helmet worn over glasses or

    goggles Loose-fitting respirator worn over glasses or

    goggles Full facepiece respirators

    MarkingVisible: L and scale number

    OPTICAL RADIATION - Visible Light

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Optical radiation that could result in ultraviolet radiation (UV)

    Glasses with side protection Goggles with direct or indirect ventilation Faceshield worn over glasses or goggles Welding helmet worn over glasses or

    goggles Loose-fitting respirator worn over glasses or

    goggles Full facepiece respirators

    MarkingUV: U and scale number

    OPTICAL RADIATION - Ultraviolet Radiation

  • Potential workplace Hazard

    Face protection

    Optical radiation that could result from use of lasers

    Refer to ANSI Z136.1-2014 Safe Use of Lasers for guidance in choosing protective eyewear for work with lasers.

    MarkingUV: No marking designations for eye protection when working with lasers currently exist in the ANSI/ISEA Z87.12015 standard.

    OPTICAL RADIATION - Lasers

  • OPTICAL RADIATION - Arc Welding

    Potential workplace HazardOptical radiation that could result from arc welding

    Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Air Carbon Arc Welding (CAC-A)

    Face protection Welding helmet over glasses or goggles Handshield over glasses or goggles Welding Respirator Typical filter lens shade: 10-14

    MarkingWelding: W and shade number UV: U and scale numberVisible: L and scale numberIR: R and scale numberVariable tint: VSpecial purpose: S

    Carbon Arc Welding (CAW) Plasma Arc Welding (PAW) Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC)

  • OPTICAL RADIATION - Gas Welding

    Potential workplace HazardOptical radiation that could result from oxyfuel gas welding

    Oxyfuel gas welding (OFW) Viewing gas-fired furnaces and boilers

    Face protection Welding goggles Welding helmet over glasses or goggles Welding faceshield over glasses or goggles Typical filter lens shade: 6-8

    MarkingWelding: W and shade number UV: U and scale numberVisible: L and scale numberIR: R and scale numberVariable tint: VSpecial purpose: S

  • OPTICAL RADIATION - Oxygen Cutting

    Potential workplace HazardOptical radiation that could result from oxyfuel or oxygen cutting

    Face protection Welding goggles Welding helmet over glasses

    or goggles Welding faceshield over

    glasses or goggles Typical filter lens shade: 3-6

    MarkingWelding: W and shade number UV: U and scale numberVisible: L and scale numberIR: R and scale numberVariable tint: VSpecial purpose: S

  • FACE PROTECTION FACE PROTECTION FACE PROTECTION

    Optical radiation that could result from:

    1. torch brazing 2. torch soldering 3. glare

    Welding goggles Welding helmet over glasses or goggles Welding faceshield over glasses or goggles Typical filter lens shade: 3-4

    Glasses Welding faceshield over glasses Typical filter lens shade: 2

    Glasses with or without side protection

    Faceshield over glasses or goggles

    Marking Welding: W and shade number UV: U and scale number

    Potential workplace Hazard

    OPTICAL RADIATION - Torch and Glare

    Visible: L and scale numberIR: R and scale number

    Variable tint: VSpecial purpose: S

  • Lens and frame marking quick GuideGet familiar with the new lens and frame markings outlined in ANSI-Z87.1 for eye and face protection.

    HAZARD

    IMPACT

    HEAT

    CHEMICAL

    DUST

    OPTICAL RADIATION & WELDING

    APPLICATION

    Impact RatedImpact Rated RXNon-Impact RatedNon-Impact Rated RX

    Hot Spark and SplashMolten Metal SpashHigh Temp Exposure

    Splash, Droplet and SprayIrritating Mists

    Nuisance DustFine Dust

    Infrared Radiation (IR)Visible Light Glare (glare)Ultraviolet Radiation (UV)LasersWeldingVariable TintSpecial Purpose

    n/an/an/a

    D3n/a

    D4D5

    R (Scale #)L (Scale #)U (Scale #)n/aW (Scale#)VS

    Z87+Z87-2+Z87Z87-2

    MARKING

    Manufacturer or Lab ID

    YZ W9 L8 D5z87+

    Impact Rated

    Welding Shade #

    Visible Light Filter - Scale #

    Fine Dust Rated

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