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Regulator Eye Wash Tough 10% GST
Regulator Eye Wash Tough 10% GST
Regulator Eye Wash Tough 10% GST

Regulator Eye Wash Tough 10% GST

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Regulator Eye Wash Tough 

Regulator Eye Wash Tough developed as an additional module to work alongside the core workplace kit for compliance where a high risk of eye injury has been identified. Initial treatment of many work related eye injuries can prevent serious and long-term eye damage.

Microporous Paper Tape 1.25 cm x 5 m
Conforming Bandage 7.5 cm x 4 m
Eye Pads 7.5 cm x 4 m
Eye Wash Ampoule 15 ml
Eye Wound First Aid Leaflet

Further information

How you should flush out your eye may depend upon what got inside. If a chemical liquid, such as a household cleaner, splashes into your vision, your first step should be to check the label for safety instructions. Usually, you will be instructed to flush out the eye with warm water.

If no label is available, flush the eye with water for about 15 minutes. Then seek medical help immediately. You can also contact a poison control hotline, such as Poison Information Hotline 131126, for more information, but do this after you have flushed out the eye.
If a particle of sand, dirt or other tiny substance can be seen hovering on your lower lid or eyelashes, you can try to remove it without flushing by using a clean, unused tissue. Make sure your hands are clean first and don’t attempt this if the particle is in the eye.

Here is a standard procedure for flushing out your, or someone else’s, eye:
First, make sure your hands are clean by washing them thoroughly with soap and warm water. Next, remove contact lenses if any are being worn.
Flush out the eye, or eyes, for up to 15 minutes with warm water, stopping every few minutes to see if the eye has been thoroughly flushed out. 



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