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  • Treatment for Chemical Eye Burn

    Chemical burns to the eye occur when the eye comes in contact with irritants such as acids or alkaline. Chemical burn to the eyes can happen in…

  • Where should my Eyewash Station be located?

    Although most of us these days are more aware of potential hazards in the workplace, there are still issues with non-compliance with the use of protective eyewear…

  • Sam Splint Product Information

    The Sam Splint is built from a core of aluminium alloy sandwiched between two layers of closed-cell foam. It is an extremely strong splint and can be…

  • Can I use my Defibrillator for training?

    It is not recommended to use a live defibrillator unit for training purposes. All main stream defibrillators manufacturers make a training unit for exactly this. Why use…

  • Are all eyewash bottles the same?

    The simple answer is no. There are three main differences in eyewash bottles in commonly sold in the UK. Traditionally the majority of eyewash bottles sold in…

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    Cederroth Eyewash Solution

    Cederroth Eyewash Solution Available in 500ml and 235m What are the benefits of the product? Cederroth Eye Wash Solution is ideal to manually flush out Acid or…

  • How do I use an evacuation chair?

    Locate your evacuation chair (usually based at the top of an escape stair well) and take the cover off. Next unfold the chair by releasing the belt…

  • Responding tp Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    How will you know what signs to look for when someone is having a sudden cardiac arrest? A person will collapse or fall to the ground, become…

  • Do I need an AED in the workplace?

    What is an AED? An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is a lightweight, portable and easy to use device that delivers shocks to a casualty that has suffered…