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The Value of Wireless Alarms and Monitoring Systems on Emergency Equipment

June 29, 2017 Eye Protection

Eyewash Station

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Federal safety regulations set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) make the importance of safety …

How to Comply with Important Requirements for Eye Wash Stations

February 17, 2017 Eye Protection

Using Eyewash Station

The ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2014 American National Standard covers emergency eye/face washes, showers, and combination units. It is important to know that emergency showers are designed to flush the user’s body, and …

pH Neutral vs Saline Eyewash: When To Use

December 5, 2016 Eye Protection

Personal Eyewash

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Corp. Personal Emergency Eyewashes are for use when dust, dirt, chemicals and other contaminants come into contact with the eyes. With multiple solution options, you …

Portable vs. Plumbed Eyewash: Which Do I Need?

October 14, 2016 Eye Protection

Eye Wash Station

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Corp. The most costly injury of the more than 5 million unintentional work-related injuries in the US involves the head, averaging $82,382 per claim. In …

How to Use an Eyewash Testing Gauge

June 29, 2016 Eye Protection

Eyewash Station

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing Specialist, Haws Eyewash testing gauges are an important tool when testing eyewashes and eye/face washes for ANSI Z358.1 compliance. Make sure you are utilizing it correctly …

Top 12 Non-Compliance Issues in Emergency Equipment

June 20, 2016 Eye Protection, General Safety

HAWS 7260B-7270B EYEWASH

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing Specialist, Haws There are two types of non-compliance when referring to emergency shower and eyewash equipment. A. Performance Related: Any type of issue that affects the …

OSHA: Potential Risk From Contaminated Water in Non-Compliant Eyewash Stations

March 8, 2016 Eye Protection, General Safety

Eyewash Stations

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing Specialist, Haws Paragraph (c) of OSHA’s Occupational Safety & Health Standards – 29 CFR 1910.151 (Medical services and first aid.) requires “where the eyes or body …