I Had chemical splash in my eyes after someone was negligent with the container, there was and still is no specific eye wash station. just regular faucets which I assume would be against OSHA laws. per the doctor I saw through worman's comp einsurance, I have "no permanent eye damage" as it just involved the surface area.
also, what would be the statute of limitations on an incident such as this.
I have moved your question to the workers compensation section.
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Your post does not contain even remotely close to enough information. But if this was a workplace injury and only involved fellow employees then workers compensation is your only remedy.
However since there is no permanent damage it will not be a large case. Discuss this with your Worker’s Compensation attorney.
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