Added protection for face-to-face lessons

Updated: Feb 25

During this period of national lockdown, the Department of Education has asked Higher Education providers to prioritise the return of face-to-face teaching only for courses which are most important to be delivered in-person.

Students and teachers on these qualifying courses, such as medicine, dentistry and veterinary science, are required to wear a mask during face-to-face lessons - but they may also choose to opt for added protection by wearing a full face shield visor as well. Unlike masks, full face shield visors also protect the eyes – which can be an entry point into the body for some viruses. They also provide a physical barrier which help stop wearers touching their face with their hands.

The SheffShield is a robust full face shield visor with integrated ear savers making it comfortable to wear for long periods with a mask. Our customers are always happy to learn that the SheffShield is environmentally friendly too. It can be sterilised and reused after each use and it's made of recyclable materials.

To buy your SheffShield from as little as £2.75 click here.