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Hughes Safety Showers

Whitefield Road Bredbury
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (161) 430-6618
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Article archive for Hughes Safety Showers;

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Not having safety equipment regularly serviced could lead to severe health risks 12 October 2023

Safety showers are the first line of defence against the effects of skin contact with chemicals or dangerous materials. When they haven’t been properly maintained or regularly serviced, they don’t offer workers the protection needed in emergencies. The impact can be severe – life-changing injuries, permanent disabilities, and in the worst scenarios, even death....

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Hughes decontamination unit in action 04 September 2015

For over 45 years Hughes has been manufacturing safety showers, eye/facewash Stations, and decontamination equipment to a range of industries worldwide, giving them the tools they need to deal with some of the most dangerous situations imaginable. Chemical and biological contaminants can have huge, long term adverse effects, and when accidents happen it’s crucial to act quickly and decisively....

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No easing up as Hughes Safety Showers hit 45 17 October 2013

Stockport based Hughes Safety Showers, is celebrating 45 years in business. It is now Europe's largest manufacturer of Emergency Safety Showers, Eyebaths and Decontamination Systems. The Company started as a small fabricator working for local customers and is now a major international player in the safety industry with its sights set on continued growth. ...

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Shelter provides protection at incidents 15 July 2009

The Hughes Articulated Rapid Deployment (HARD) shelter provides protection and temporary accommodation at incidents. The shelter has been designed for rapid deployment and maximum flexibility. The shelter has a one-piece rigid folding frame with integral liner. When the frame is folded for storage, the liner remains attached and is prevented from contacting the floor and becoming dirty. This reduces cleaning time, prevents damage to the liner and extends its life. ...