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Poster showing a variety of dangers to eyesight in industrial work.
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Title: Some Industrial Hazards To Eyesight
From: Eye Accidents In Industries
Original caption: Some industrial hazards to eyesight.

Flying sparks or splashing molten metal.

Flying bits from chipping castings and from using battered tools.

Unprotected emery wheels.

Injurious light rays from high temperature wielding.

Steam hot water or broken glass from bursting gauge.

Acid burns and chemical explosions.

Accidents from these causes are preventable.
Creator: n/a
Date: November 1916
Format: Poster
Publication: Second Annual Report of the National Commitee for the Prevention of Blindness
Publisher: National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, New York
Source: Mount Holyoke College Library
Location: p.26
Keywords: Accident; Advocacy; Blind; Industry; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Prevention; Public Health; Safety; Sensory Disability; Service Organizations; Work
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

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