Good eye health is fundamental to your employees performing to the best of their ability. This will ensure optimal performance and comfort at work.
In today’s world, it’s increasingly common for many of us to spend hours each day staring at a computer screen, and using a variety of electronic devices during our spare time. It’s no surprise then that our eyes are often stressed to the point of exhaustion. As a result, many of us may suffer from what optometrists have identified as Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), with symptoms ranging from headaches and double vision to dry eyes and sensitivity to light. Visique offers a variety of lenses and anti-fatigue coatings which neutralises the blue light emitted by digital screens, reducing eye fatigue and eye strain.
Preventing eye injuries at work is paramount – Visique can help you retain optimal health and safety practices by offering a range of prescription safety eyewear that will suit the needs of your employees.
For employees who spend long hours working outdoors, it is extremely important to protect their eyes from the sun. Exposure to UV radiation can lead to cataracts – the leading cause of vision loss, and pterygium – growth across the front of the eye. It could also lead to macular degeneration which can be visually devastating. Visique offers a variety of UV protection solutions including prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, Convertibles and photochromic lenses, which darken in the sunlight.
Visique will listen to your company needs and deliver to you a business package that will provide comprehensive eye care and cost savings.
We can provide a variety of vision aids including glasses, prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, safety eyewear, contact lenses and coatings at good value.
We have nationwide coverage with over 50 practices across New Zealand and have the ability to service multi site locations.
Contact us today and see the difference that we can make to your company’s eye health.
Call us on +64 9 302 0820
FREEPHONE 0800 VISIQUE (847 4783)