Q&A on eyewash station locations

In a recent Q&A on the FacilityCare website, consultant Brad Keyes answered a question about eyewash station locations


In a recent Q&A on the FacilityCare website, consultant Brad Keyes answered a question about eyewash station locations.

Q: Where are eyewash stations required in a hospital/ambulatory care facility?

A: Eyewash stations are required in areas where corrosive or caustic materials (i.e., chemicals) are used, stored or handled and could be splashed into the eye. A risk assessment must be made to determine where (if any) eyewash stations are necessary.

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January 26, 2016


Topic Area: Safety


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