Articles by Casey Hayes

Emergency showers & eyewashes for challenging oil & gas industry environments

Specifying emergency equipment for some locales may be straightforward, but many worksites in the oil and gas arena present certain challenges to consider when choosing and installing equipment.

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Best practices exceed ANSI eyewash & shower standard

Victim comfort is critical to a complete safety response
ANSI eyewash and shower compliance are standard measures to abide by, but is it enough for your employees?

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The ultimate emergency shower…never has to be used

Most emergency shower and eye/face wash installations across North America do not comply with signifi cant code provisions, even though the most recent ANSI Z358.1 Standard released in 2009. Exposure to risks associated with non-compliance increase significantly for companies that have not yet upgraded their emergency eyewashes and showers.

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The emergency shower is set up... now what?

Most emergency shower and eye/face wash installations across North America do not comply with significant code provisions, even though the most recent ANSI Z358.1 Standard was released in 2009.

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Minimize pain and suffering

Be proactive: Conduct emergency shower drills
No one plans on being involved in an industrial accident, it just happens.

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Get a good night’s sleep

Maintain your emergency equipment
What keeps you up at night? 

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Not too hot, Not too cold

Reverse tempering cools emergency showers & eyewashes
You can make a strong case that the invention of the emergency shower and eyewash is among the great advancements in industrial employee safety in the past 60 years.

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Eye irrigation advancements

Every year thousands of eye injuries occur in the workplace. Throughout the past few years, stringent regulation and an ever-growing concern for the health and well-being of employees has brought advancements in processes, safety procedures, and first aid protocols to treat the injured.
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How to select an emergency eyewash or eye/face wash

The following information is aimed at developing a logical thought process that comprehends many of the circumstances and alternatives of your specific eyewash and/or eye/face wash applications.
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Not too hot, not too cold

While much attention has been paid to tempered water not nearly as much has focused on reverse tempering.
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