Safety shower manufacturer launches new website

Published:  21 July, 2014

Showers & Eyebaths Services, specialist in the design and manufacture of safety showers and eyebaths, has just launched a new website which provides a comprehensive window into the world of emergency tank and portable showers used globally by oil, gas, chemical and utility companies.

Recognising the many problems faced by industry worldwide when it comes providing the best personal protection for workers, the website provides a wide-ranging, easy to navigate, directory of products, broken down against environmental and hazardous situations.

Janet Dickinson, operations manager at Showers & Eyebaths Services said: “Our broad product range of safety showers & eyebaths enables us to offer solutions that are suitable for use by a diverse mix of organisations and climatic conditions – from artic to extreme heat.

“Our website provides a breakdown of our varied product portfolio whilst also addressing the diverse problems facing industry across the globe when it comes to worker protection out in the field. It can be difficult to know what product is best for a given situation. This is why visitors to the website will see that we are placing the emphasis very much on recognising these problems; providing solutions; and giving well informed data for businesses to be able to decide the best solution for them.”

“We are hoping that those responsible for the health and safety of their workers will find it very worthwhile having a look through our products as they may find a more suitable solution that will be more suitable for the environment in which they are located.

For further information please visit: www.safety-showers.com or call +44 (0)1744 889677

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