Preventing Eye Injuries

Increasing numbers of children are participating in sports at an early age. Parents and coaches should ensure that kids always wear the appropriate protection while playing certain sports:

Always wear a helmet with polycarbonate face mask or wire shield when playing:

Always wear sports goggles with polycarbonate lenses and side shields approved by the American Society of Testing and Materials or that meet CSA racquet sport standard when playing the following sports.

To Provide the Safest Environment for Your Children:

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