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An eye wash station is necessary in all industries that handle chemicals and hazardous materials.  The temperature of the flushing fluid is just as important outdoors as indoors.  Most are concerned about the temperature in the winter going below 60 degrees and not being ANSI compliant, but another concern is the flushing fluid exceeding 100 degrees.  This can happen in industrial areas without air conditioning and outdoors where sun  exposure heats the water to uncomfortable levels.  When installing an eye wash station, take into consideration all seasons and climate changes.

Bloodborne Pathogen Kits | Body Fluid Spill Kits

Bloodborne Pathogen Kits

Bloodborne Pathogen Kits should be provided to protect your workers from bloodborne pathogens and other bodily fluids to avoid contamination.    

Workers in many different occupations are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens and body fluid spills, including Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV/AIDS. First aid team members, housekeeping personnel, and workers in the healthcare industry are some examples of workers who may be at risk of exposure to these hazards but body fluid contamination can happen in other occupations as well.  That is why its a good idea to be prepared for the unexpected by having the proper bloodborne pathogen kit at your disposal.

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Bloodborne Pathogen Kits Contain the Supplies Needed for Clean-up
In occupations where there could be risk of exposure there should be body fluid spill kits available which should include items such as: absorbents, antiseptics, wipes, biohazard bags, towels, eye shields, gowns, gloves and scoopers. OSHA issued the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard in 1991 which outlines safe procedures and guidelines for this risk.

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Select Safety Sales offers a complete line of bloodborne pathogen kits to meet every threat and budget.  Choose between Hep Aid disposable clean up kits by the dozen, individual plastic body fluid spill kits and refills of all sizes with and without CPR by North, First Aid Only and H&S.

Please call us at any time at (866) 864-3495.

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