Do you carry any goggles meeting OSHA standards?

Q. I am looking for a source for OSHA-approved safety goggles. The descriptions of the safety goggles in your catalog mention meeting ANSI standards, but there is no mention of meeting OSHA standards. Do you carry ANY goggles meeting OSHA standards?
A. ANSI standards are the only standards that goggles come approved with. The OSHA manual refers to when and where goggles should be worn.  It is the responsibility of the end-user to comply with those standards.  Hence, no goggles are OSHA-approved unless worn in compliance with OSHA manual guidelines.
Article Title:
Do you carry any goggles meeting OSHA standards?
Article Summary:
The difference between "OSHA-approved" goggles and those that meet ANSI standards
Article Date:
1/6/2004
Article ID:
687
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