A doctor of optometry is educated, clinically trained and licensed to deliver the best standard of comprehensive primary eye care. In addition to diagnosing and treating ocular disease, doctors of optometry can design, verify, and fit spectacles to meet the functional requirements of the workplace.
Through comprehensive eye care services, your doctor of optometry can detect, manage and treat conditions such as job-related eye strain (also known as digital eye strain), and age-related vision changes (known as presbyopia), and offer advice on workplace safety.
Occupational vision safety programs are provided through your local doctor of optometry office with the goal of providing corrective safety eyewear to the highest standards available. Doctors of optometry offer the latest vision safety products and ensure that they are verified for accuracy and properly adjusted for fit.
For further information on an Occupational Vision Plan in your province, please click on the links below.