Any facility that involves the handling or transportation of chemicals should have emergency eyewash stations onsite. These stations help flush out eyes if a worker is accidentally exposed to chemicals, and are an essential component to first aid. Emergency eyewash labels help employees locate a station and are often a green color so supplies may be found quickly.
Not only do these labels point out the location of stations, they also provide notices so people don’t block the eyewash or make it otherwise difficult to use. In many cases, proper labeling can cut down on the time it takes to locate and use these important first aid stations. Help your workers in the event of an accident by implementing emergency eyewash labels in your facility today.