Worker safety is a necessity so can count on Kimberly-Clark for protective eye wear solutions. Read the case study below to see how the Jackson Safety Nemesis Safety glasses made a real difference in the life of a worker.
Countermeasure: The employee was wearing Jackson Safety* Nemesis* Safety Glasses at the time of the incident. The piece of metal struck the right lens of the employee’s safety glasses.
Results: While there was some swelling and bruising above/below the eye, the Jackson Safety* Nemesis* Safety Glasses prevented the foreign object from entering the eye, which could have done significant damage. Had the employee not been wearing safety eyewear the financial impact to the company could potentially have been as follows¹:
• $42,809 in direct costs and $47,089 in indirect costs, summing to $89,898
• For a company that has a profit margin of 3%, they would need $2,996,600 in sales to cover the total costs of this injury.
¹ Using the OSHA Safety Pays program (https://www.osha.gov/dcsp/smallbusiness/safetypays/estimator.html), for an injury that results in vision loss
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Source: Kimberly-Clark Professional Exceptional Workplaces Case Study: Jackson Safety Nemesis Safety Glasses Help to Keep Workers Safe and Costs Low at a Power Generation Plant