Spill Station Australia provides a wide range of eyewash units that ensures a compliant response to eye injuries in a workplace. These units prevent chemical splash or foreign bodies entering the eyes.
Covering only 0.1% of the human body, eye injuries account for over 10% of injuries.
Various measures should be suitably taken to prevent chemical splash or foreign bodies entering the eye. When personal protection equipment is not sufficient to protect the eyes, the next step is to flush for 15 minutes as per the Australian and US (ANSI) Standards.
There are a range of eyewash units available through Spill Station Australia to ensure a compliant response to eye injuries in the workplace.
The standard eyewash unit is enclosed to prevent contaminants from clogging the diffusers and bowl. This integral lid commences the flow automatically when opened. The attached flow regulator ensures to get sufficient water flow for washing out chemicals and particles from the eyes. As with all units, they can be wall, bench or pedestal mounted or attached to a safety shower.
The unit can be hand or foot operated and an addition Optiflex face or body wash can be added to ensure disabled access to eye saving safety equipment.