Working with Hazardous Chemicals:

How Safety Showers Can Save Lives

In many industrial settings, working with hazardous chemicals is part of routine operations. When a chemical spill or splash occurs, proper emergency safety shower and eye wash equipment may mean the difference between life or death. But, there’s no “one size fits all” solution for emergency safety equipment. Many factors must be considered to mitigate the risks and protect personnel.

This paper examines the importance of emergency shower and eye wash equipment, including ANSI and OSHA guidelines, as well as specific challenges and solutions.

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Sponsored by Hughes:

Established in 1968, Hughes Safety Showers has built a reputation for innovative engineering and design, stringent quality standards, and compliance with North American, European, and International safety standards. Hughes Safety Showers supplies emergency safety showers, eye/face wash units, and ancillary safety equipment to a variety of diverse industries that are designed to operate anywhere chemical spills or contamination can occur— regardless of location, climate or local hazards.

Hughes Safety Showers is now part of Justrite Safety Group, which offers the world’s largest industrial safety portfolio.