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AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 1336:1997
Valid from
04/01/1997

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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PDF


Description

This Standard sets recommended practices for the protection of the eyes of persons at work against hazards such as flying particles, dust, splashing materials and molten metals, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols, high-intensity radiation generated during welding operations and furnace work.

Guidance is given on the selection of eye protectors appropriate to the use of particular lasers.

Additional guidance is provided for manufacturers and dispensers of prescription lenses on the requirements for production of prescription personal eye protectors.

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AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection

Description

This Standard sets recommended practices for the protection of the eyes of persons at work against hazards such as flying particles, dust, splashing materials and molten metals, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols, high-intensity radiation generated during welding operations and furnace work.

Guidance is given on the selection of eye protectors appropriate to the use of particular lasers.

Additional guidance is provided for manufacturers and dispensers of prescription lenses on the requirements for production of prescription personal eye protectors.

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AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection
Description

This Standard sets recommended practices for the protection of the eyes of persons at work against hazards such as flying particles, dust, splashing materials and molten metals, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols, high-intensity radiation generated during welding operations and furnace work.

Guidance is given on the selection of eye protectors appropriate to the use of particular lasers.

Additional guidance is provided for manufacturers and dispensers of prescription lenses on the requirements for production of prescription personal eye protectors.

View on Information Provider website
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AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection

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