1World Energy Corporation

Goggles/Face Shields/Safety Glasses/PAPR

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We are distributors, stockists and  suppliers of  goggles, face shields, safety glasses, PAPR  from reputed brands like Nike and many more. We offer a broad range of styles, features, and levels of protection. 1World Energy Eye and Facial Protection Solutions –Selection of PPE is based on the nature of the patient interaction and potential for exposure to infectious material. 1WorldEnergy offers the entire suit of PPE once its requirements have been established as per CDC guidelines for a specific infection control situation.For eye protection, we offer complete range of PPEs depending upon the selected infection control situation being dealt with. 

  • Infectious diseases can be transmitted through various mechanisms, among which are infections that can be introduced through the mucous membranes of the eye (conjunctiva). These include viruses and bacteria than can cause conjunctivitis (e.g., adenovirus, herpes simplex, Staphylococcus aureus) and viruses that can cause systemic infections, including bloodborne viruses (e.g. hepatitis B and C viruses, human immunodeficiency virus), herpes viruses,  rhinoviruses, Coronaviruses etc. Infectious agents are introduced to the eye either directly (e.g., blood splashes, respiratory droplets generated during coughing or suctioning) or from touching the eyes with contaminated fingers or other objects. Eye protection provides a barrier to infectious materials entering the eye and is often used in conjunction with other personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, gowns, masks or respirators. Eye protection should be selected in the context of other PPE use requirements. Safety goggles may not fit properly when used with certain half-face respirators, and similarly, face shields may not fit properly over some respirators. Once PPE requirements have been established for a specific infection control situation, the selected PPE should be pre-tested to assure suitable fit and protection when used as an ensemble. Elastomeric, full facepiece respirators and powered air-purifying respirators (PAPRs) have the advantage of incidentally providing optimal eye protection. In situations where all combinations of PPE may not be readily available to workers, judicious selection of complementary PPE is important to allow for appropriate protection.
  • The full face shields help protect healthcare workers faces and also helps to prolong the length we can safety use a surgical or N95 mask. Face shields protect face, mouth, nose and eyes. Cover the forehead, extend below the chin and wrap around side of face. 
  • Eyewear/ Goggles for eye protection – These fit snuggly over and around eyes, are personal glasses not a substitute for goggles, the antifog feature improves clarity 
  • Our appropriately fitted, indirectly-vented goggles* with anti-fog coating provide the most reliable practical eye protection from splashes, sprays, and respiratory droplets.
  • Newer styles provide better indirect airflow properties to reduce fogging, as well as better peripheral vision.
  • More size options for fitting goggles to different workers.
  • Many styles of goggles fit adequately over prescription glasses with minimal gaps.
  • However, to be efficacious, goggles must fit snugly, particularly from the corners of the eye across the brow.
  • While highly effective as eye protection, goggles do not provide splash or spray protection to other parts of the face.
  • Directly-vented goggles may allow penetration by splashes or sprays; therefore, indirectly-vented or non-vented goggles are preferred for infection control.
  • Face shields are commonly used as an infection control alternative to goggles.
  • As opposed to goggles, our face shield  also provide protection to other facial areas.
  • To provide better face and eye protection from splashes and sprays, our face shield have crown, chin protection, anti fog and anti glare.
  • Wraps around face to the point of  ear, which reduces likelihood that a splash could go around the edge of the shield and reach  eyes.
  • Disposable face shields for medical personnel made of light weight films that are attached to a surgical mask or fit loosely around the face should not be relied upon as optimal protection.
  • In a chemical exposure or industrial setting, faceshields are used in addition to goggles, not as a substitute for goggles (ANSI Z87.1-2003 ).
  • Safety glasses provide impact protection.
  • But do not provide the same level of splash or droplet protection as goggles.
  • Generally should not be used for infection control purposes.
  • Full facepiece elastomeric respirators and powered air-purifying respirators (PAPRs) are designed and used for respiratory protection.
  • But because of their design incidentally provide highly effective eye protection as well.
  • Selection of this type of PPE should be based on an assessment of the respiratory hazard in an infection control situation, but will also provide, as an additional benefit, optimal eye protection.
  • MOQ – 10000 pcs.
  • Lead Times – Ready for FOB in 5-6 days from order placement. 
  • Price FOB China available on serious interest. 
  • Customs cleared. 
  • Country of origin – Global Sourcing. 
  • Logistics Options- 
    • Direct Charter / Part Shipment Charter / Combo of sea + air.
  • FDA/CE
  • Designed, tested, and manufactured in accordance ANSI/ISEA Z87.1–2015 American National Standard for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection.
  • OSHA’s Blood borne Pathogens Std (1910:1030 subpart(d)(3)(i))
  • For User – Face shields are considered Class I medical devices that are exempt from FDA 510[K]), but are subject to the FDA’s QSR (21 Code of Federal Regulations 820) that includes periodic inspection and enforcement actions.