Severe eye injuries occur in 30 percent of demining accidents. Visors are known to be effective personal protective equipment when worn properly, but deminers often lift or remove their visors because scratches, glare or fog make them hard to see through, or because they are hot, heavy and uncomfortable to wear. Addressing each of these specific design problems could increase visor use and prevent a significant number of debilitating injuries. This paper presents methods for preventing and eliminating scratches on demining visors.
Heafitz, Andrew; Linder, Benjamin; Luczynska, Marta; and Scott, Mark
"Visor Scratch Repair and Prevention,"
Journal of Mine Action
: Vol. 10
, Article 46.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol10/iss2/46
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