Your U.S. Safety representative will help evaluate your existing program and your requirements to determine the benefits of switching to or initiating a U.S. Safety program.
Before sitting down with our representative, you may choose to review a few basic questions about your program to facilitate the conversation.
Setting Up Your New Program
Your U.S. Safety representative will complete a New Customer Profile with your input, outlining the specifics of your individual program requirements.
Choose: Adobe PDF (.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc). Customer Profile should be completed with U.S. Safety representative assistance.
- US Safety Prescription Customer Profile Form (PDF)
- US Safety Prescription Customer Profile Form (DOC)
U.S. Safety will set up your program based on the instructions provided by our representative and the Customer Profile, including frame samples, dispensing services and support materials.
How It Works
Orders are sent directly to U.S. Safety and your safety glasses are manufactured in our lab in Lenexa, KS. All products are manufactured according to the ANSI Z87.1-2003 standard for occupational eyewear.
Completed safety glasses are then shipped directly to the optician or eye doctor’s office to be fitted to the employee. In some cases, they can be shipped directly to you or the employee.
Once the finished glasses are shipped, U.S. Safety sends the invoice to the address provided in your Customer Profile.
Your U.S. Safety representative will handle any questions or concerns you have about the program directly with you, and is responsible for making sure that the program meets or exceeds your expectations on an ongoing basis.
Qualified U.S. Safety Customer Support Representatives are available Mon-Fri, 7:30am – 5:00pm CT to answer any questions you have. Order status can be checked online 24/7 via our free web-based SEMS system.
For more detailed information on the dispensing process, go to Dispensing Service Options.