- Conforms to UK and EU health and safety in the workplace regulations
- Bright green colour with picture for added visibility and clarity
- Durable and suitable for any environment
If you work in an environment where chemicals and other harmful substances could be present, you have a duty to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and first aid stations to your staff. This can include devices such as protective eye goggles and face shields – along with suitable eye baths should the eyes become injured. You will also need to put up various signs to inform people of where your eye baths are so that you can ensure safety standards are adhered to. These eyewash signs are ideal for environments where eye goggles are frequently worn to protect eyesight; they can signal safe places where people can remove their eyewear and wash the eyes free from any potentially damaging substances. They are also ideal for medical environments such as hospitals where eyes can often be exposed to various biohazards and medicines.
The signs come with a handy adhesive on the backs so that you can position next to your eyewash facility as desired. Simply press the signs down onto any smooth, dry surface – including curves – and you will have an instant hold that is suitable for permanent use. The eyewash station signs have been made to be fully compliant with all current health and safety in the workplace regulations, containing a white pictogram and bold text upon a green background; this ensures that they are easily identifiable, even to those that may not fully understand written English.
Make sure all of your emergency medical equipment and first aid stations are properly marked for easy identification. These first aid station signs are another useful addition to any workplace environment.
You can also find all the medical equipment to suit your needs at SafetyShop, such as this fully stocked deluxe first aid station, which contains all the necessary medical supplies you will need to treat common minor injuries such as cuts, grazes and burns – as well as more serious injuries that may have been obtained in the workplace.