According to WHS standards, an eye wash station or safety shower is required in areas with injurious or corrosive materials. Beyond this, in research facilities, classrooms or out on fieldwork, scientists are finding an eye wash station to be a useful addition to their working area. Many have encountered unexpected splashes or airborne residue when not wearing goggles.
An eye wash station provides a handy saline solution to flush out any contaminants or irritants. An eye wash station (also eyewash station) comes in various types and can include: gravity-fed tanks, personal systems, swinging mounts, and bowls. Safety showers, in hand-operated and foot-operated styles are available in stainless steel, plastic, or aluminum. Find bottles, packs and refill cartridges of solution as well, from leading brand suppliers.
In addition to an emergency eyewash station, signs indicating an emergency shower and eye wash help identify where employees can find their stations. Mats for shower and your eye wash station draw attention to these areas while helping prevent slippage on the wet surfaces.
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