As the temperature drops, are you prepared?

With temperatures soon set to plummet, are your emergency safety showers and eye baths ready for the winter months? Are you certain your shower heater is fully functioning? Are feed pipes lagged and traced? Is there any exposed pipework that could freeze?

If you can’t answer a confident “yes” to all of those questions then the cold snap could render your emergency safety showers and eye baths useless, putting your workforce at risk.

It is the duty of every employer to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of every employee and this includes the maintenance of safety equipment. Failure to do so can result in significant fines and/or imprisonment.

Here’s where we can help.

Hughes can offer a FREE site survey to assess the condition of your equipment and the cost of bringing your facilities up to date if necessary. Or, book a full service to give you complete peace of mind and ensure this essential life-saving equipment operates perfectly when needed.

We also have emergency safety showers available for hire if a temporary solution is required - view the models available to hire here.

Don't forget!
International and European standards recommend that emergency safety equipment must be visually inspected and activated weekly along with an annual service to guarantee reliable and effective operation.

Download our weekly activation test record to help you keep track of your weekly inspections.
Need help understanding International standards? Download our ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2014 Summary

Get Ready for Winter