eyewash station

Chemical eye burns don’t stop burning. These burns are unlike impact or abrasion, where the damage takes place in an instant. Chemical burns keep on doing harm until the hazardous substance is removed from the eye. 

Eyewash stations are an essential part of a first response solution to chemical exposure. If an individual’s face, eyes or surrounding areas come in contact with a dangerous substance whilst at the workplace, eyewash units can help flush away the irritants.

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spill kit questions

Spill kits exist to provide the right spill response equipment making clean-ups far more effective and less stressful. Spill kits are a cost and resource-effective tool for helping keep your staff, premises, and the environment safe. They also help ensure your workplace is compliant, reducing your risk of hefty penalties. 

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industrial hand cleaner

Hand cleaning has got a lot of press recently due to COVID-19. However, having clean hands is important in every workplace, pandemic or not!

Industrial workers face challenging environments and a lot of daily exposure to dirt and contamination. These types of conditions lead to the need for frequent hand washing.

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Portable Drain Seal 450mm x 450mm

Stormwater originates from rain. It flows into drains, soaks into soil, pools on surfaces, creates surface runoff and evaporates. This water is untreated and eventually reaches our groundwaters, rivers and seas.

As a business, you have a responsibility to help keep this stormwater clean. Stormwater should be free of pollutants like oils, heavy metals and other industrial waste. 

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Corrosive Storage

Many workplaces need to store corrosive substances on site. This is particularly common in the mining, industrial cleaning and refrigeration industries. Corrosive substances can cause serious harm to people and the environment if they are not stored correctly. 

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diesel spills

Diesel and other petroleum-based substances are particularly dangerous. They are also among the most widely used and transported hazardous substances.

Reducing the possibility of diesel spills in the workplace by taking preventative measures is key. However, accidents, leaks and other unforeseen events can still occur. So, it’s important to have an effective spill response plan in place along with the appropriate fuel spill kits.

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