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Trends in ... eyewashes and showers

Conduct inspections regularly
You’re at work and a chemical splashes in your eye. Your next move: Find the nearest eyewash station, which – if properly placed – should be within a 10-second walk from where the incident occurred, notes Isabel Ferreira, product marketing manager, first aid and eyewash, for Smithfield, RI-based Honeywell Industrial Safety.
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Combination unit

Heat Trace Showers with Halo Technology provide safe and fast eyewash and emergency shower relief in the most extreme frigid environments.
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Emergency shower

Heat Trace Showers with Halo Technology provide safe and fast eyewash and emergency shower relief in the most extreme, frigid environments.
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Trends in ... eyewashes and showers

Advancements and advice
In the event of an incident involving hazardous chemicals, an emergency eyewash or shower can prevent further injury to a worker’s eyes and skin. Here, emergency eyewash and shower industry insiders describe developments in technology and stress the importance of weekly inspections.
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Emergency signaling systems

Customized Emergency Signaling Systems help to quickly alert and mobilize emergency response teams to affected personnel who are using emergency safety showers and eye and eye/facewash fixtures, while discouraging vandalism that impairs the performance of emergency fixtures.
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Emergency signaling systems

Customized Emergency Signaling Systems are designed to quickly alert and mobilize emergency response teams to personnel who are using emergency safety showers and eye/facewash fixtures.
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Bradley Corp.

Menomonee Falls, WI-based Bradley Corp., manufacturer of commercial washroom and emergency safety products, has opened a sales office in Dubai.
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Trends in ... emergency eyewashes/showers

Equipment reliability is imperative
Unlike personal protective equipment such as hard hats and steel-toe boots, emergency eyewashes and showers are not meant to be used every day. Ideally, a worker will never need one. But should an incident such as a chemical splash occur, it’s vital that emergency eyewashes and showers be ready for use.
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