2 Safety showers and eye wash stations are located within the facility near areas where there is potential for exposure to hazardous chemicals. The CSP stations are directly connected to the city-potable water system, and water is allowed to flow through an instant water heater. 2
3 The heater is intended to provide tempered water to the station once it is actuated. Two eye-shower stations are located in the maintenance area and one in the lab. The locations are listed in the weekly inspection routine. 3
4 4 Unit No:Location 1P6201 2Electrolyser Platform 3E2401 4T2401 5Hypo Towers 6Agitation Air Pumps 7HCl Burner 8T7501 Soft Water 9T5210 B Caustic 10NaOH Filling Station 11HCl Filling Station 12Lab Sink 13Maintenance Shop North Wall 14Maintenance Shop East Wall
5 In emergencies, turn on the shower and enter Rinse your head before removing your goggles or your chemical clothing Flush eyes and / or skin for at least 15 minutes Do not rub eyes. Forcibly hold eyelids apart to ensure complete irrigation 5
6 Notify supervisor as soon as emergency has subsided Seek immediate medical attention for eyes after completing the 15 min rinse Skin exposure medical attention will be determined in a case by case basis. If you need to remove your clothes, use the towels located at each station for added privacy. 6
7 Inspect the station closest to the work area. A quick, undocumented test tells if the unit is ready to be used. All CSP stations are inspected for operation in a weekly basis. A weekly, documented inspection is also in place. 7
8 All CSP stations are flushed for 1 min. once a month. The monthly inspection is documented. An annual flow test must be conducted and documented in all stations. The annual flow test must indicate no less than 20 gal/min at the shower, and 0.4 gal/min at the eye-wash station 8
9 All CSP personnel must be trained in a yearly basis on the operation of safety showers in accordance with OSHA regulation.