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E A safety shower is used for decontamination, as a form of emergency first aid. Specifically, flushing a worker's body or clothes if they are exposed to hazardous substances. For instance, corrosive chemicals, acids, and airborne contaminants like dust particles.
Use an emergency shower immediately if your skin is exposed to a hazardous chemical. The first few seconds after exposure to a hazardous chemical (especially a corrosive chemical) are critical. Delaying treatment, even for a few seconds, may result in irreparable tissue damage.
Why Are Emergency Showers and Eyewash Units Important?
A safety shower is used for decontamination, as a form of emergency first aid. Specifically, flushing a worker's body or clothes if they are exposed to hazardous substances. For instance, corrosive chemicals, acids, and airborne contaminants like dust particles.
How to use Emergency Shower.
A safety shower is a unit designed to wash an individual's head and body which has come into contact with hazardous chemicals. Large volumes of water are used and a user may need to take off any clothing that has been contaminated with hazardous chemicals. Safety showers cannot be used for flushing an individual's eyes, due to the high pressure of water from the shower, which can damage a user's eyes.
An eyewash station is a unit for washing off chemicals or substances that might have splashed into an individual's eyes before he or she can seek further medical attention. The individual needs to wash their eyes for at least 15 minutes.
Safety showers and eyewash stations should be within 10 seconds walking distance or 55 feet from the hazard and must be located on the same level as the hazard, so the individual does not have to go up or down the stairs when an accident occurs. Moreover, the path way should be clear and free of obstructions.
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