Vandals who broke into a New York school in September turned on an emergency shower and eye wash station in the science lab, causing flooding that forced the school to close for two days. All after school sports activities were also been cancelled as a result.
Firstly don't panic, no one invaded our mighty industries with advanced ground weaponry.
But it is fair to say that emergency tank showers are becoming more commonplace in oil, gas and chemical plants as a preferred choice for operators and specifiers, keen to simplify and reduce installation costs of emergency showers and eye wash stations.
Specks in the Eye Do not rub the eye. Flush the eye with large amounts of water. See a doctor if the speck does not wash out or if pain or redness continues. Cuts, Punctures, and Foreign Objects in the Eye Do not wash out the eye. Do not try to remove a foreign object stuck in the eye.
Standardized products offer immediate access to complete systems with advanced ANSI compliance and certifications
October 7, 2015
Haws Integrated™, a tempered water solutions provider for emergency response equipment, has expanded its product catalog. The new Performance Series is a standardized lineup of their robust tepid water system offering.
New product introductions for 2015 will be revealed at the National Safety Council Expo. Encon® will be showcasing new additions to its emergency shower and eyewash products as well as launching new products in the personal protection equipment product category.
Although a worker in Yorkshire, England still suffers physically and mentally from a severe chemical burn at an oil refinery, co-workers were able to get him quickly to an emergency shower, and after that, to a hospital for treatment.
Among safety violations: no emergency shower, despite corrosive chemicals
June 25, 2015
An open-flame heater on the floor of a rig likely sparked the fire that killed three natural gas drillers and seriously injured two others in a December 2014 drilling rig fire in Coalgate, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has concluded.