The minimum order is five eVouchers, excluding Premium Club. An order can be made up of a variety of different products. On receipt of payment, eVouchers will be uploaded to your online portal and the primary account holder will be sent an email to advise of this.
With more than 730 stores around the UK and the Republic of Ireland, we are ideally placed to meet your requirements, wherever your business is located, no matter what size. Many thousands of corporate clients enjoy the benefits of having Specsavers as their nominated eyewear supplier. Our eVouchers are simple to use, offer great value for money, and they can be redeemed against any frame styles in store.
One of the most confusing areas of the DSE regulations concerns bifocals and varifocals. These lenses can be unsuitable for DSE work, as it is not always possible to see the screen clearly without lowering or raising the head, which can lead to other associated problems, such as neck pain. The basic requirement is then to provide single-vision glasses suitable for viewing a screen at the appropriate distance.
Usually every two years. However, there may be occasions where more regular checks are required. This could be down to the individual’s family ocular history, for example glaucoma, or some other form of ocular disease. Therefore, based on clinical judgement, the optometrist will recommend retest dates as appropriate.
Yes – under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, you are legally obliged to provide eyecare to certain parts of your workforce. These regulations deal with the suitability of workstations, the daily routines of workers, and the provision of eyecare or staff members.
It’s highly recommended to book an appointment. You will be able to secure an appointment typically within one week, but often more quickly. As a reminder, we will make a courtesy call and/or text you 24 hours before the appointment.
Yes - under the current legislation you are entitled to request an eye examination at any time if you feel your eyes have been damaged or strained, or if you have suffered headaches as a consequence of computer work.
EN166. CR39 and toughened glass are tested to ‘increased robustness’ specification (this is symbolised by an ‘S’ in the engraving). Polycarbonate is tested to ‘high speed particle – low energy impact’ specification (this is symbolised by an ‘F’ in the engraving).
In order for us to comply with our BSI Kitemark licence (in respect to EN166 – Personal Eye Protection), all repairs must be tested for compliance to the aforementioned standard, carried out at our designated manufacturing site. The typical turnaround time for repairs is five working days. Every pair of prescription safety glasses holds a one-year warranty, free.
Yes. For Standard bifocals, it’s a further €49 and for Standard varifocals, it’s €75. This can be supplied by issuing the employee with store gift vouchers. Alternatively, should the employee wish to upgrade, this can be done in store at the point of transaction, at their own expense.
Premium Club is a €30 discount from the €149 frame range or above. Premium Club €30 eVouchers are available for family and friends and apply to selected in-store offers only. Cannot be used with over-60s discount, student discount, the sale or easycare.