Prescription Safety Glasses (PSG) is a manufacturer and a wholesaler of AS/NZs1337.6 Certified Compliant prescription safety eyewear.
Increasing Eye Safety awareness and offering Australian employees the broadest range of high quality eye-protection solutions is the primary objective of PSG.
Exceeding the Australian National standard, PSG is licensed to manufacture prescription safety eye wear under SAI Global license #SMKH 21382, providing the highest level of eye protection with quality, while satisfying each individual’s need for style and comfort.

PSG places high importance on customer service offering extensive support to its customers, including training on safety and eye protection.  Only Independent Optometrists that meet PSG’s high professional standards are invited to join the network.  This is to reinforce only a quality; standards compliant product can be purchased from an informed, high quality provider.

PSG Frames & Lenses

PSG has the largest range of prescription safety eyewear available in Australia with more than 22 frame models listed on AS/NZs 1337.6 Standards Schedule as Certified.  All PSG frames are manufactured to exceed regular opthalmic frames standards.

On offer are both metal (conductive) and plastic (non-conductive), medium impact frames, to suit a range of environments and patient requirements.
All models are tested as part of SAI Global audited QA system and provided with full documentation as per the standard.

Being a division of Essilor Australia, PSG has access to a wide range of outstanding quality lenses and technologies.  Founded in 1972, Essilor is the world leader for corrective lenses and today is number one in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.  Essilor premium spectacle lenses are the result of more than 150 years of advanced research, innovation and technology.

PSG’s exclusive association with Essilor, allows for an offer of a comprehensive, technologically advanced, high in quality optical product range.

NATA Rated Ballistic Cannon in Service

As part of their QA system, PSG uses a 2 barrel .25/.15 cal NATA rated Ballistic Cannon. This instrument is used to impact test a random 1% sampling of completed Prescription Safety Glasses, as part of our ongoing Testing.

All PSG prescription safety spectacles undergo an extensive quality control process before being shipped as a completed item to either the PSG Agent, or a specific workplace.

Eyres

EYRES Optics was established in 1989, and is a West Australian designer/producer of eye protectors and sunglasses. We focus on state of the art ingenuity in tooling and forging to produce eyewear to meet both the simplest and most demanding needs. EYRES is a world leader in developing, constructing and distributing advanced eye protection systems for a number of applications including industrial, mining, military, law enforcement, emergency services, and sports to name a few. EYRES design performance eyewear for the earth’s most hostile and unforgiving environments.

EYRES Australia’s sunglasses feature cutting-edge technology and patented frame and lens innovations to ensure uncompromised eye protection. EYRES performance OHS models are certified with either AS/NZS1337.1:2010 Eye and Face Protectors for Occupational Applications or AS/NZS1067:2003 Sunglasses and Fashion Spectacles against low and medium impact. Along with offering high quality at competitive prices, Eyres Optics is the force behind exciting worldwide breakthroughs currently hitting the Australian market. Optical Quality Assurance is Eyres Safety Optics priority. Product development partnerships are our working philosophy and the results reflect the degree of our commitment. Since 1989, d’Arassus Quality Management System has assisted Eyres Optics to innovate and improve the quality of their products through their testing laboratory.

In 2004, the RAYLAB laboratory was created to ensure the compliance of their safety eyewear with AS/NZS1337.1:2010 Eye and Face Protectors for Occupational Applications or AS/NZS1067:2003 Sunglasses and Fashion Spectacles against low and medium impact.

The EYRES range uses the latest technology, unique materials and advanced designs to create safety spectacles and sunglasses that are lightweight, comfortable, flexible, durable, optically friendly and technically cool looking.

Clearer, Calmer, Focused

EYRES ventures into previously uncharted territories of safety eyewear and is at the forefront of vision protection advancement. Developed in conjunction with the people that wear them, EYRES eyewear is ergonomically designed and quality assured to protect your eyes in the most trying conditions. Vision is the most variable and selective of all the senses. Attempting to observe fast movements that occur in the workplace or during sport, places great demands on human vision. Over the years, EYRES has meticulously developed its eye protector range to ensure improved productivity and performance in the workplace whilst also being stylish for everyday use. Whilst safety is EYRES main priority, many wearers of EYRES are outdoor enthusiasts and our eye protectors are perfectly placed for integration between both the workplace and the outdoors. EYRES Medium Impact certified models adheres to AS/NZS1337.1 or AS/NZS1337.6, but don’t take our word for it! A complete listing of up to date EYRES certified products can be found at the SAI Global website, www.saiglobal.com.

 

HOYA

HOYA Lens has been offering prescription Safety Eyewear to customers since 2007, and currently offers low and medium impact safety frames and lenses under the 1337.6 ANZ standard. HOYA’s Safety Eyewear range offers a complete product including frame and lenses. Our frame range now includes 15 certified products, which have been independently tested to suit all workplace environments.

Low vs. Medium Impact

The type of safety eyewear you wear is dependent on the task or activity conducted, and the risk that task can have on damaging your eyes. HOYA Safety Eyewear offers both low and medium impact options: Low Impact: Suitable for tasks where there is low risk of damage to the eyes, with no debris, however some protection is still required. Suitable for occupations such as a dentist, doctor or any chemical laboratory related tasks.

Medium Impact: Suitable for occupations where there is a high risk of debris that can damage the eyes, or where blunt objects are utilised. This can include mining, construction, grinding, farming and agriculture, wood-working, machinery usage, hammering or brick laying.

HOYA Phoenix 1.53 Lenses

HOYA’s unique proprietary Phoenix 1.53 lens material is a medium impact certified lens material used throughout HOYA’s Safety Eyewear range. It is completely resistant to common chemicals, making it the perfect material for safety in the workplace. Phoenix is also extremely light-weight and is available with HOYA’s Super Hard Coat and VP Multi-coat, guaranteeing crisp, clear vision across the entire surface of the lens.

CHEMICAL RESISTANT

Phoenix (polyurethane) Safety Lenses are completely resistant to common chemicals.

Rx Safety

Rx Safety is a privately owned laboratory based in South Australia.  This incredibly helpful and friendly staff.  This lab has the ability to complete higher prescription certified safety glasses, than all of the other labs.  Without the need for a prescription insert at the back of the frame.