Questions about Haws products? We've got answers,
videos and plenty of resources to help you out.

White Papers

Learn more about hydration and emergency response best practices by downloading these helpful white papers. Click on the image or filename to open the PDF in a new window. Right-click and choose Save As to save a local copy.

Emergency Equipment White Papers

Best Practices White Paper: Exceeding the ANSI Z358.1 Standard

Best Practices: Protection Against Hypothermia

5 Important Emergency Equipment Specification and Installation Considerations

Answers About ANSI: Checklist for Compliance

Looking Ahead with Proper Eye Irrigation

How to Select an Emergency Eyewash or Eye/Face Wash

Coordinating ADA Guidelines and the ANSI Z358.1 Standard

OSHA Info Sheet: Potential Risk From Contaminated Water In Eyewash Stations

A Sharp Increase of OSHA Fines

ANSI Compliance, Safety, and Health for Food Processing

Portable or Plumbed? How to Choose.

Creating a Comfort Zone for Emergency Equipment Water Temperature 

Emergency Eye Irrigation in Accordance with Standard Medical Protocols 

Best Practices When Procuring, Placing and Maintaining Your Emergency Eye/Face Wash and Showers NEW! 

Haws Integrated Tempering Systems White Papers

Oil and Gas: Exceeding the Safety Standard

Mining: Safety Systems that Make a Difference

The Mixing Valve - The Heart of Tempered Water

On-Demand Heat for Tempered Water

Best Practices: Advanced Features of the Haws Tankless Water Heater 

Readying Emergency Equipment for the Cold

Hot or Cold? The Basics of Tempered Water for Emergency Showers & Eyewashes

The Value of Wireless Alarms and Monitoring Systems on Emergency Equipment

Emergency Shower & Eyewash Recirculating Loop Systems- General Considerations  

Redefining Tepid: Top 5 Reasons to Provide the Right Temperature Water to Eyewashes and Showers NEW!

Hydration White Papers

Lead-Free Fixtures: A Guide to the 2014 Safe Drinking Water Act

Lead Your Employees to Water and Urge Them to Drink

Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1417: Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water and the Installation of Emergency Eyewash, Eye/Face Wash and Combination Shower

Filling Up for Sustainability - Bottle Fillers are Changing the Game  NEW!

Reaching ADA Standards with Drinking Fountains  NEW!