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Safety Measures for Acid Spill Burns from Spill Station Australia

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Spill Station Australia is a supplier of environmental protecting products and safety equipment in Australia.

Four workers have been sprayed with sulphuric acid when a pipe containing the hazardous substance blew up at an Australian plant on Thursday.

The pipe blast took place at Millenium Inorganic Chemicals in Bunbury at 9.30am.

Three of the workers sustained severe chemical burns. Two of the most seriously injured men had to be transported by the Royal Flying Doctor Service to Perth.

One of the injured workers, a 59-year-old man, had to undergo a surgery at Royal Perth Hospital. He had severe burns to 45 percent of his body.

A 48-year-old worker suffered acid burns to his feet and face, and had to be admitted to the hospital.

A 25-year-old man was sprayed with sulphuric acid to his legs.

The fourth worker was treated in Bunbury for minor burns.

As per the Australian Standards, when safety showers are located around a site to allow fast access, damages caused by chemical spills can be significantly reduced.Customers can avail these safety products from Spill Station Australia.

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