Haws: Featured White Paper: The Ultimate Emergency Shower… Never Has to Be Used
Sparks, NV (May 30, 2012) – Most emergency shower and eye/face wash installations across North America do not comply with signicant code provisions, even though the most recent ANSI Z358.1 Standard was released in 2009.
Exposure to risks associated with non-compliance increase signicantly for companies that have not yet upgraded their emergency eyewashes and showers. Non-compliance OSHA nes typically begin at $100,000 and can easily exceed $1 million. However, the most damaging risk is an injured worker’s ability to claim excessive injury from a non-compliant drench shower or eyewash. In today’s “lawsuit lottery” business climate, even a rich imagination is no match for jury-system settlements. Download this month’s featured white paper and learn more on how to automate safety eyewash and drench shower testing. Efficiently achieving continuous compliance helps keep workers safe while avoiding costly fines.
Win Free Brita® Hydration Station™ Filters and Nalgene® Bottles!
Send us a picture of your installed Brita® Hydration Station™ and you might be the lucky winner of a year’s worth of Brita® Hydration Station™ filters and five Nalgene® bottles!
We want to see your installed unit in action and in return you will automatically be entered in our contest to win a year’s supply of filters for your unit and five Nalgene® bottles! Post your picture to the Haws Facebook page or send directly to email@example.com to enter. Make sure to include your name and the location of the install.
Rules: Five winners will be announced at the end of the contest, July 2, 2012. Limit one picture entry per installed unit. Multiple entries for one location address with multiple installed units are permitted. Photo submittal is accepted as consent for Haws Corporation to reproduce, display, and/or modify for print or electronic use, royalty-free. By entering this contest, you consent that all photographs do not infringe upon any copyrights, invade privacy, and are not otherwise contrary to law. This contest is open to the public. All Haws employees, sales representatives, and channel partners are exempt.
Haws Announces Several New Team Members
Haws Corporation welcomes new staff in various company roles to help support its continued success in the plumbing and emergency equipment industries. Our newest team members bring expertise and innovation in engineering, sales, design, management and accounting. Welcome to the Haws family!
May 31 – Webinar: Learn How to Stay Compliant with ANSI Z358.1Today, simply providing emergency showers and eyewashes is not enough. It is necessary to inspect, test, and monitor emergency wash system readiness and performance. Each unit must be accessible, usable, and tepid-water equipped. Are you providing tepid water? Why tepid water? If an emergency wash unit provides water that is too hot or too cold (above 100F or below 60F), an injured worker may be exposed to additional serious injuries such as scalding or hypot
hermia. Learn how to stay compliant with ANSI Z358.1-2009 and register now. What: Live Webinar – “Answer About ANSI” When: Thursday, May 31 at 10am PST Presenter: Casey Hayes, Director of Haws Integrated Description: Learn more about ANSI emergency shower / eyewash requirements. How to Register: Register now by clicking this link
June 21-24 – San Jose, CaliforniaJoin Haws at the upcoming National Parent Teacher Association Conference, June 21-24, 2012 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
Learn how to refresh fundraising programs, improve school and PTA operations, enhance the well-being of children, share best practices and interact with dedicated leaders. During the show, Haws will be featuring the Brita® Hydration Station™ and the Fundraising Program.
Be sure to visit booth #610 to see the Brita® Hydration Station™ in action and receive complimentary Brita® filtered water.