I know there are some great people 3D printing visor frames or making magnetic attachments for visors to attach to loupes etc. I salute these people creating new advancements in this difficult time.
Just thought I would share another simple option people might want to consider even if it is just as a temporary solution if they do not have access to the other solutions mentioned above.
I first showed this quite a few years ago discussing how I modified my loupes frame to accept a visor. I have recently tested the same setup on safety glasses and found it worked very well.
It simply uses basic crocodile/alligator clips and a few cable ties.
If you are wanting to go the extra mile then you can also add the eyelets for extra security (From a craft or fabric shop) and electrical tape and to smooth the slightly sharp edges you often find on many visors but it works pretty well without them just with the clips. These safety glasses are ones I have at home for gardening etc, originally sourced from toolstation, and the crocodile clips can be sourced from amazon.
Caveat is that you obviously need to follow whatever the current best advice is. If you are given the option of better sealing goggles rather than glasses or a visor that covers over your forehead then they are probably superior to this.
If you want full details here is my original post:
Ps in the original post when I talk about masks not being effective I was referring to FRSMs not FFP3 respirators.
Dr Chris Harper