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This Summer Construction work is the second most likely occupation to result in eye injuries, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. So reports Occupational Health and Safety Online.

In the summer, when the amount of work conducted outdoors surges, workers are exposed to even more eye hazards caused by environmental factors such as high wind, natural light, extreme heat, and humidity. To keep the number of days away from work due to eye injuries down, employers may want to consider providing protective eye gear that holds up to these intense summer environmental conditions: heat, glare, humidity, fog, wind, and debris/impact.

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