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How To Prepare Your Haws Outdoor Drinking Fountains and Bottle Fillers for Winter
Dec 11th 2017

How To Prepare Your Haws Outdoor Drinking Fountains and Bottle Fillers for Winter

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Corp. During cold seasons, it is important that outdoor drinking fountains and bottle fillers are equipped for the potentially harsh winter weather. Many drinking fountains and bottle fillers are designed to withstand extreme climate conditions from an external durability standpoint, yet it is pertinent to ensure internal waterways do not freeze and creat … read more
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The Value of Wireless Alarms and Monitoring Systems on Emergency Equipment
Jun 29th 2017

The Value of Wireless Alarms and Monitoring Systems on Emergency Equipment

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Federal safety regulations set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) make the importance of safety equipment in potentially dangerous working environments clear. However, the stringent guidelines for emergency showers and eyewashes don’t extend to the inclusion of mandatory a … read more
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Portable vs. Plumbed Eyewash: Which Do I Need?
Oct 14th 2016

Portable vs. Plumbed Eyewash: Which Do I Need?

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Corp. The most costly injury of the more than 5 million unintentional work-related injuries in the US involves the head, averaging $82,382 per claim. In any environment, occupational safety should be taken very seriously and the appropriate emergency response is a crucial component to the overall safety of your employees and your company. The Occupa … read more
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How to Use an Eyewash Testing Gauge
Jun 29th 2016

How to Use an Eyewash Testing Gauge

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing Specialist, Haws Eyewash testing gauges are an important tool when testing eyewashes and eye/face washes for ANSI Z358.1 compliance. Make sure you are utilizing it correctly with this quick guide. How To Use An Eyewash Gauge To determine a suitable eyewash pattern, the eyewash testing gauge should be a minimum of 4 inches in length with two sets of … read more