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All Safety Products carries first aid products like emergency medical kits and portable eyewash stations.  After selling first aid kits for many years, we always get asked what items to pick and choose to outfit an emergency first aid kit with.  Our answer remains consistently the same.  It depends on the type of environment you’re working in.  For example, in a manufacturing environment where there may be electric saws, milling machines, lathes, and many other high speed machines where someone can be critically injured or a possible fatality may occur, you need to build your first aid kit with the anticipation of saving someone’s life as well as stocking minor injury type first aid items. 

 


Eye Wash Stations Are Critical

Protecting eyesight is very important, thus making eye wash stations critical when working around chemicals. Most chemical work environments require their employees to wear safety glasses, but we all know accidents can happen and eyewash stations provide an effective means of emergency treatment for when chemicals come into contact with the eyes. The first fifteen seconds following exposure are critical and having a professional eyewash station is just what you need!

Along with emergency drench showers and other safety products, All Safety Products, Inc. can provide you with a professional eyewash station and equipment. All Safety Products, Inc. carries a complete line of eyewash stations, including portable, wall mount, heat-traced drench showers, faucet mount and floor mount models. Our gravity flow portable wash station meets OSHA’s 15-minute flow time requirement so your people can rest assured that they will get the aid they need in case of an emergency, and OSHA will be happy!

 

*To ensure you are meeting OSHA requirements and other applicable safety standards and practices, it is best to hire a professional safety consultant (www.aiha.org) or call your local OSHA area office or your state OSHA Consultation Services for their interpretation of your situation.



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