• Body wash is a first-aid safety tool which is used to wash the body to relieve irritation, burning and wounds caused by contact with any material, component, and chemicals such as acid, alkali, and caustic, which are capable of damaging the body during laboratory activities. It runs with tap water, preventing potential severe damage by flushing the body with water running at high velocity and volume. 
  • Go under the shower in the event a chemical spills on you.
  • Pull the rod and apply water to your skin for 15 minutes.
  • Do not apply ice or hot water after washing. Consult a doctor.

Places where the equipment: Laboratories

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