EcoVadis Gold Medal
EcoVadis is a globally recognised and independent sustainability assessment platform that evaluates companies' environmental, social, and ethical performance. Achieving this accreditation demonstrates Bollé Safety's exceptional efforts in sustainability across various areas, including environmental impact reduction, ethical business conduct, and social responsibility.
Adapting to the Revised EU Annex 1 Regulation
The European Union's Annex 1 regulation, which outlines the requirements for properly and safely manufacturing sterile medicinal products for human and veterinary use, has recently undergone significant revisions since its first publication in 2007. Annex 1 applies to all sterile medicinal products manufactured in and exported to the European Union and the UK.
Tactical eyewear: On and off the battlefield
Why choosing tactical eyewear ? For the most prevalent tactical situations, the risks present in tactical situations. Protect yourself from the risk!
Mercuro Flash : Two new products in the Glasses Range
Following the launch of ‘Mercuro’ in 2019, Bollé Safety has further developed the range to include Green flash and red flash polarised lenses.
Mirror Mirror: A rundown of Bollé Safety Mirrored Safety Glasses.
We have all seen sunglasses with mirrored lenses around, but does the mirror effect have a purpose in Safety glasses? Where did the idea come from? How are they made? Read on to find out.
Bollé Safety Partners with RACQ CQ Rescue
ollé Safety has entered a partnership with RACQ CQ Rescue, offering support via a $10,000 sponsorship donation, product supply to crew and staff, and donations from co-branded product sales.
Protect Your Outdoor Workers’ Eyesight with Specialized Technology
There’s no denying that eye injuries are common in the workplace. That being said, they are far more common in outdoor employees due to the sheer nature of these trades. This means that managers have to take precautions that help minimize the chance of an accident.
The unique demands protective eyewear pharmaceutical industry
There’s nothing quite like the chemical industry. The world’s third largest industrial sector employs more than 10 million people and generates an incredibly broad range of products that impact every element of our lives. From industry to clothing, from food to healing people, manufactured chemicals have become intrinsic to our society.
At a time when more than one in three people around the world have vision problems, eye protection in the workplace can quickly become a challenge. Find out more about vision problems
Welding shade choice guide
What type of welding shade should be chosen?
What are Polarised Safety Glasses?
Polarised eyewear has widespread use in Australia today, but where did polarised lenses originate, how do they work and how are they made? This article looks at the history and science behind polarised lenses.
What Makes Bollé Safety Fire Goggles Special
Inforgaphic - Bollé Safety has two models that are specifically designed for our firefighting heroes, and they have a few nifty features designed to improve wearability.
Which Pair of Polarised Safety Glasses is Best for You?
Working outside means exposure to varied light conditions. In Australia, a lot of the time there’s at least a bit of glare about. Often, it’s full out, scorching sun. Polarised safety glasses were developed with glare in mind, as they are designed to block reflected light from horizontal surfaces like concrete, water, glass windscreens.
Why should Oil & Gas workers be Concerned about UV Radiation?
The problem is especially true for those who work outside for long hours and even more acute for those workplaces that are completely exposed to the elements. Working in snow-laden oil fields and offshore oil and gas platforms are among the highest environments but there are solutions that can protect eyes from UV light and other dangers.
Your PPE goes Pink
Bollé Safety is proudly Partnering with Breast Cancer Network Australia during the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The importance of eye protection in tactical situations
Tactical response workers are highly susceptible to eye injuries. These environments require the highest eye protection standards.
The ever-present eye threats in tactical settings
Many tactical settings present a variety of risks to the eyes. The appropriate eye protection is a must for survival in these harsh environments.
Precise vision with advanced eye protection . Designed to go beyond protection to enhance vision and performance, CSP lenses shield the eyes while perfecting vision for precision at work.
Blue light and your eyes: Protect yourself from this growing danger
Long-term exposure to blue light can cause eye issues and impact our health. How does blue light affect our eyes and what protection can we use?
The dangers of blue light
Nearly every source of light – natural or artificial – emits harmful blue light. Your eyes are exposed to it all the time, both in and outdoors. From sunlight to digital display screen.
Firefighters eye protection
The health and safety of firefighters is essential in planning for and battling the bushfires that annually threaten the landscape. Fire grounds are dangerous places, and they often create a risk for firefighters’ eyes and faces. Fire goggles are therefore vital.
Fit for a Smaller Head: Silex + Small
October is National Safe Work Month, with the theme being think safe. work safe. be safe. As one of Australia’s leading safety eyewear specialists, Bollé Safety is in full support of the initiative and encourages companies to take their employees’ safety seriously at all times.
15 interesting facts about the human eye
Vision is so fundamental to the human experience that sometimes we take our eyes for granted. The human eye is a highly complex organ that provides us with the ability to experience the world in ways that our other senses cannot. Even though we use our eyes during the majority of our waking hours, there are a number of fun and interesting things you may not have realised about your eyes and how they function.
8 ways to protect yourself from harmful blue light of screens
White light is made up of all visible colours but those at the blue end of the spectrum, what we call blue light, can be harmful. Screens produce blue light at higher levels than emitted by the sun. The increasing number of digital devices in our lives is exposing us to more screen time than ever before. While in many professional settings, employees now spend the vast majority of their working day staring at screens.