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Self Audit Self-contained Eyewash Stations Topics Does it matter what type of water is used in the tank? Is it rated for 15 minutes? Where can I check about our obligations? Station ANSI Z358.1-2009? Where is there a source for helpful information? Suggestions Yes, check that the water supply faucet reads Drinking Water All Government Labour Codes require 15 minutes. http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/inform ation/govt.html Canada uses ANSI Z358.1-2009 http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/safety _haz/emer_showers.html www.a-medsupply.com A-Med Quality you can see!©
Should I have a site-specific map of the stations? Is maintenance required? What are four common errors for self- contained portable eyewash stations? Yes, since they are portable and require maintenance weekly. Insure to have a prepared station before potentially hazardous work starts. Check with your stations Maintenance Guide to flush weekly, and record. 1. Failure to have station ready prior to an emergency. 2. Failure to replace tank water every 90 days, or 60 days e.g. if airborne dust like sawdust, or lime dust is common. 3. Because clean water is critical wound wash, dont compromise your 1st Aid. Replace it every 90 or 60 days. See #2. 4. Failure to prepare the station immediately following its use. Location Awareness Topics Suggestions www.a-medsupply.com A-Med Quality you can see!©
Topics Suggestions What do I do when the station empties? Once the 15 minute flush ends or when the victim is moved, continue to flush using 500mL or 1L bottles of eyewash. Even when transporting the victim keep flushing the eyes. You cannot use too much eyewash rinse. Continuous flushing is critical wound care. Bottled Eyewash: Supporting Role www.a-medsupply.com A-Med Quality you can see!©
iPreserve Code 19PE-1.10.148 BrandsEyewash Station NumberReplacement Additive Number Bradley or Natural Therapy S19-921, S19-690, S19-788S19-865 Encon1103002, 1103007, 1104002,1104050C11100764 1104070, 1106001, 1106002 FendAll DeFend EyeSaline 32-000100-, 32-000200-, 32-000230-32-001100- 32-000509- 32-000513- GuardianG1540, G1562G1540BA SpeakmanSE-4300, SE-4350, SE-590, SE-597SE-4210 www.a-medsupply.com A-Med Quality you can see!©
BrandsProduct NumberShelf Life MonthsSterilePass USP Test iPreserve Bradley or Natural Therapy 19PE-1.10.148 S19-865 36 24 X Not Published Encon 1110076424XNot published FendAll DeFend 32-001100-30XNot Published EyeSaline 32-000509- 32-000513-24XNot Published Guardian G1540BA24XNot Published Preservative or Additive Comparison www.a-medsupply.com A-Med Quality you can see!©
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