If you are purchasing Safety Goggles then you also should ensure the correct Goggles Must Be Worn Signs are displayed to remind employees to wear them.
Safety goggles fit tight against the face and offer protection against dust and splashes. In many scenarios where goggles should be worn, employees are opting to wear safety specs, and think that they have the same level of protection. Some examples of where goggles should be worn instead of safety specs would be chemical cleaning, high dust environment, masonry work with brick, stone and concrete, metal grinding and turning and spray painting.
Most goggles offer medium impact protection, where there is a likely hood of high velocity debris, a visor should be chosen over goggles to protect all the face, not just the eyes.