why you should always wear goggles. at work making some bits using lathe and mill, do a bit then out on to shopfloor to check fit, and back to do more on it. machinist at work is teaching me equipment as part our personal development plans. it is a new bit to try and improve the machine so lots of try and see. followed company policy of putting in use signs on equipment. get back in shop to find one of other engineers rubbing his eyes, turns out he had decided to brush down mill as was bored. no goggles despite numerous signs everywhere and having been on the company safety course. trip to a+e and get 5 pieces of swarf removed from his eyes 3 in one 2 in other. said didn't think he needed goggles as only cleaning up.