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Emergency Showers and Eye Wash Stations

Emergency Showers and Eye Wash Stations

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All Australian business owners must meet the WHS requirements in relation to these products, as set out in the Acts and Regulations of their State or Territory. Australian Standards outline reasonable practices necessary for a business owner to perform their minimum duty and eliminate or minimise risk in the workplace under WHS law. Australian Standard AS4775-2007 outlines specifications and procedures regarding Emergency Eyewash and Shower equipment.

In compliance with Australian Standard AS4775…

  • All emergency showers, face and eye wash stations must be easily identified with correct signage (also in compliance with AS1319). All necessary signage is available and sold separately at Bronson Safety 
  • The area surrounding the relevant station must be illuminated clearly. In some states in Australia, a Green Light is used as common practice to indicate the whereabouts of a station, however this is not legally required.
  • The pathway leading to all emergency wash stations must remain clear and unobstructed at all times.
  • Maintenance regulations for emergency showers, face and eye wash products indicate that an annual inspection is necessary. This is done to ensure conformance with all requirements of this standard. Each inspection must be marked on a permanent tag attached to each station.
  • All plumbed Equipment must be activated weekly to verify operation and ensure that flushing fluid is available. 
  • Click here to download our PDF entitled Bronson explains Eye Wash Stations and Showers.

“Emergency Eyewash and Shower Stations must be positioned within ten seconds reach of a potential hazard.”

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