The standard of industrial protective glasses in China lags behind the international development

1ndustrial protective glasses benefit individual workers / consumers, and their quality is related to the physical and mental health of workers / consumers. Therefore, the formulation of its standards, technical indicators and quality detection methods are also issues that people have been concerned about

China is known as the “Kingdom of eyes” in the world. According to incomplete statistics, about 360 million people wear all kinds of glasses. However, it is a pity that, as a big consumer of glasses, China’s corresponding standards are quite far away from international standards – even though the standards for glasses are mandatory, the standards currently used can not keep up with the pace of the times due to the late start and insufficient attention. Moreover, China does not have the right to vote or speak on the upcoming series of international standards related to eye protection. Due to the lack of voice in this professional field, our enterprises often encounter barriers from foreign standards in the process of entering the international market. Especially after China’s entry into WTO, the backward national standards in this field and the blocking of foreign standards make it more difficult for enterprises to cope with the harsh technical barriers

the reason for this situation is the historical limitation of the division of labor of government departments – the work in the field of individual eye / face protection, including standards, measurement, quality inspection and other aspects, has been in a situation of multi management and no management, which makes the professional technical level in this field backward

for a large number of foreign products and products of small private enterprises flooding the market, due to the lack of national standards and testing capabilities, the quality inspection department can not implement quality control on them. The backward standardization work leads to the failure to improve the quality of products, which directly affects the eyesight health of consumers and workers< At present, China is committed to the formulation and revision of national standards in this field. At present, the most commonly used eye protectors are anti impact eye protectors and welding eye protectors. The current standard of anti impact eye protectors is GB 14866-2006, and the standard of welding eye protectors is GB / t3609.1-2008 with more and more attention paid by the state to safety production, protective glasses as one of the main protective equipment, the demand for protective glasses in various safety fields will also be increasing this article is a reprint of 1nternet media, which only represents the author’s point of view and has nothing to do with this website. 1f the information column articles and comments violate your legal rights, please call to let us know and we will deal with them in time

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