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RX Safety Prescription Glasses
Rx Safety, holder of licence SMKH20404, specialises in producing Certified Prescription Safety Spectacles to the Australian Standard AS/NZS 1337.6: 2007 & AS/NZS 1337.6: 2012 and glass lenses for ophthalmic lenses.
Rx Safety is licensed (SMKH 20404) by SAI Global to manufacture Certified Prescription Eye Protectors against Low and Medium Impact Resistance in accordance with AS/NZS 1337. 6. Rx Safety product is Australian Made.
Rx Safety is proud to be :
- First to be granted a licence for AS/NZS 1337.6
- First to produce certified Polycarbonate prescription safety eyewear
- First to produce certified Trilogy prescription safety eyewear
- First to produce certified Trilogy Transitions prescription safety eyewear
Rx Safety has all the necessary testing machinery to enable spectacle analysis to AS/NZS1337.6 and AS/NZS1337 in house. The impact testing equipment includes ballistics tester, penetration tester and dropball tester all of which are on site. All testing equipment is maintained within calibration intervals and is calibrated by NATA registered organisations.
As a manufacturer of Certified Prescription Safety Eyewear, Rx Safety is able to provide certified product in both Trilogy and Polycarbonate lens materials across single vision, bifocals and multifocals lens types.
Rx Safety has a wide range of frames that have been selected to have the right properties of:
- Eye sizes allowing a wide range of scripts and pupillary distances
- Eye coverage
Rx Safety promotes spectacle frames from Cummings Optical, Ugly Fish Safety Eyewear, ASW, Hilco & Uvex. All certified product is on Standardsmark Schedule for AS/NZS1337.6 licensed to Rx Safety. Rx Safety also makes Compliant safety eyewear using the same manufacturing methods and traceability as for Certified product.
Download our current Rx Safety Script Pad Order Sheet here.
Credit & Warranty Policy
All warranties and credit requests need to be specified at the time of remake or return, including an appropriate Credit Request Form. For more information regarding our Policies, please read our Rx Safety Terms & Conditions document.