Once you've determined that an emergency station is needed, you need to define whether a portable or plumbed station is most appropriate. Proper emergency equipment selection is a function of knowing your risks. Fill out the form to read this white paper on choosing between portable and plumbed eyewashes.
When a victim is in need of an eyewash or shower, a facility must already be prepared with a complete safety response environment. ANSI eyewash and shower compliance are standard measures to abide by, but is it enough for your employees? There are several best practices that can and should be implemented to exceed the standard expectations and guarantee a reliable safety response. This area that must exceed expectations by factoring for ease of use and victim comfort before, during, and after safety equipment usage.
Laboratories of AgroFresh, a subsidiary of DOW AgroSciences and DOW Chemical, produces and applies organic compound products designed to control and lengthen the storage life of fruit, vegetables, flowers and plants. Exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and gasses is an everyday part of the job.
When the AgroFresh laboratory in Yakima, Washington, was in need of a new emergency eyewash, lab manager Robert A. Wolff began searching for a product that was economical in size, efficient and innovative – a leading product in safety with science driving its design. The faucet-mounted AXION® eyePOD® quickly stood out for its compact size, unobtrusive installation and science behind its outward-flushing technology.
Published By: LogRhythm
Published Date: Feb 07, 2017
In February 2016, the computer network at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center (HPMC) was down for more than a week as the Southern California hospital worked to recover from a ransomware attack. Hospital administrators declared an internal emergency as staff struggled to access patient records and computer systems critical for patient care.