UV light accessories
A practical guide to risk assessment and control of personal UV light exposure from artificial sources in the work place. Essential reference material for our training course ‘Risk Management of UV Light Exposure in the Workplace’.
UV absorbing red transparent acrylic for construction of windows, enclosures or guards which allow visibility of the process but protects against exposure to UV light.
Total UV light absorption – 1000 mm x 500 mm x 3 mm
A4 laminated ‘Caution UV Light’ hazard warning sign.
Warning signs should be used to indicate the presence of artificial UV light which could result in significant personal exposure.
A5 vinyl ‘Caution UV Light’ hazard warning label.
Warning labels should be used to indicate the presence of artificial UV light which could result in significant personal exposure.
Pack of 10 self adhesive vinyl ‘Caution UV Light’ hazard warning stickers. 25 mm x 50 mm.
Warning stickers should be used to indicate the presence of artificial UV light which could result in significant personal exposure.
UV light blocking specs for eye protection against potential adverse health effects of UV light exposure.
Options Available: Clear, Clear Overspecs, Amber or Dark.
UV bulbs contain a small amount of mercury. In the event of damage, protection is necessary against release of mercury vapour and potential skin exposure.
Our kit includes all that is needed to handle the delicate process of UV bulb replacement and clean up safely in the event of accidental damage to a UV bulb.
In accordance with Guidance Note EH 17 (revised) from the Health and Safety Executive, a mercury spillage kit should be available where UV light equipment is used.
Health and safety
All our products are classified in accordance with BS EN 62471:2008 and supplied with maximum permissible exposure times for the unprotected skin and eye at specified distances from the UV lamp, enabling strict compliance with The Control of Artificial Optical Radiation at Work Regulations 2010.
Availability of this essential information should form the basis of any procurement policy.
If you’re planning to install a piece of equipment, please check the exact specification of the brochure with us. All details shown are subject to change between publication dates