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What are cataracts?

A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye. The lens is located near the front of the eye. It focuses light on the retina at the back of the eye to form the images we see. A cataract may affect just a small part of the lens, or it may cloud the […]

What is glaucoma?

Glaucoma is an eye disease caused by increased pressure within the eye. It is one of the most common causes of blindness and affects 250,000 Canadians. Although it often occurs in older people, it can develop at any age. People with glaucoma probably lose their sight as increased pressure in the eye and other factors […]

CSA Committee

Always concerned with safety, Securo Vision is an active and voting member of the CSA for Standard Z94.3 (eye and facial protection). We are among the first notified when any changes are made. Our presence on the committee ensures that only the best protection will be considered and analyzed before it finds its way to […]

Accreditations and Tests

In 2003, Securo Vision Inc. identified the necessary steps to establish and implement a quality management system in accordance with the International Standard ISO 9001 and then received its first certification. Since then, Securo Vision Inc. and its team have always maintained this accreditation. Our main suppliers are also certified ISO 9001, which ensures consistency in the quality […]

Outdoor Sports

Eye protection is recommended when enjoying your favorite leisure and outdoor activities. Mountain and street biking, tennis, squash, soccer etc…  it is essential to protect your eyes in all the activities you choose. Find your perfectly suited frames in our products catalogue.

Housekeeping and Gardening

Did you know that more than 43% of eye injuries occur at home and that some of these accidents lead to the loss of an eye? Eye protection is also necessary when performing certain household chores and while gardening. Objects suddenly propelled by your lawn mower, insecticides, cleaning products… these risks can be avoided by taking […]

Do-It-Yourself and Renovations

Protective eyewear is recommended to prevent harm from dust particles and debris when performing DIY or renovation work. This is especially true if the activity involves handling tools or products such as: saws or electric sanders stripping or corrosive products paint and varnishes If you are welding, it is important to wear green-tinted goggles with a […]

Each Tint Has Its Own Protection

Did you know that each tint has it’s own application? Each colour has a meaning and specific type of protection. Discover the use of each hue for neutral (plano) lenses. If the following chart does not answer all your questions regarding the various colours available and their application, do not hesitate to contact us for more information […]

Taking Care of Your Safety Glasses

No lens is 100% scratch-resistant. Here are some tips to help extend the life of your lenses: Three Important Rules • Choose appropriate protective eyewear that fits firmly but not tightly and that sits as close to the eyes as possible without the eyelashes hitting the lenses. • Check your safety glasses daily. • Clean […]

How to Choose Your Glasses

Safety Eyewear is not designed like fashion glasses. The size of the frame must be chosen according to the shape of your face. Some frames are available in several sizes. It is therefore important to carefully choose the size of the frame at the clinic in order to ensure the goggles offer the proper protection and proper fit. […]

Are You Well Protected?

It takes only seconds to lose your sight! Your eyes deserve the best protection: losing sight is an irreversible disability for which there is no substitute. The main hazards according to Human Resources and Social Development Canada are: wind-blown dust and dirt; tree branches; flying particles caused by drilling, cutting, digging and other tasks of this kind; […]