Prescription Safety Eyewear Programs

Online Ordering

The revolutionary web-based program can service every employee, on every shift, at every location. The simple 3-step system allows employees to capture their image, scan their prescription and order glasses in 7 to 10 minutes right at their worksite.

The software is customized to allow you to choose which frames, lenses and coatings you want. Decide on the dollar amount you wish to contribute and the software will walk your employees through the eyewear order. If the balance exceeds that amount, the employee can pay their portion at the kiosk.

Our online programs will meet the needs of all your employees in a cost effective manner.

Traditional Program

The Airgas Protective Optics group has supplied hundreds of companies across the U.S. with prescription Z87 eyewear for more than 20 years. Our traditional program provides you with the highest quality safety eyewear at substantial savings.

Our team of opticians will help you create a program that best suits your unique requirements and budget—giving you the flexibility to duplicate your current parameters or build a program from the ground up.

With over 300 frame choices to choose from, Airgas has the largest selection of frames available. We also carry the latest in lenses, tints and coatings in Polycarbonate, Trivex®, plastic or glass materials.

Airgas has a national network of more than 2,000 optical offices to help your employees place their orders. We will design the order form, create a timeline and compose a rollout letter you can distribute to employees.

Package Programs

Our Package Program offers you a selection of frames, lenses, sideshields and shipping all for one low price. If you decide to use someone from our optical panel, we can add their fee into the package.

Working with a package price makes budgeting and invoicing very simple. You will be billed the same price every time for every employee. We have a variety of packages to choose from, so let us find one that will work for you.

70E Compliance

Both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) have written standards and regulations that build on one another and help keep all workers safe from electrical hazards in the workplace. In 2009 the NFPA published a major update to its electrical safety codes, called NFPA 70E. We carry the latest in metal-¬free frames.