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4 best practices for preventing hand injuries. Read it and (don’t) weep. (Joe Tavenner’s article, originally posted in our Handbook of Cut Protection)
You can ignore a lot of things – your mother’s phone call, your buddy’s request to help him move, the baby monitor in the middle of the night (oh, wait, no not that). If you are considering leather work gloves, however, there are some basics you should not ignore.
Want to be uber-knowledgeable without spending hours on research? Use this quick reference chart whenever you need to select or evaluate different glove coatings.
Protection shouldn’t stop at the wrist. With lots of options to choose from on the market – here’s what you need to know.
Are you choosing gloves for painting cars? What about stamping? Parts assembly? Are there caustic chemicals? Handling hot parts? Small parts? Are you dizzy yet? Infographic to the rescue!!
Injuries in the food industry can result in some of the longest periods of time away from work… see what you can do to reduce the risk.
Every year, OSHA publishes a list of their top cited violations. Here are some of those violations and how to avoid them.
Free cheat sheet: know what to ask when sourcing a glove manufacturer. Not all are created equal. Learn the 8 simple questions that could save you thousands.
Do you know what steps to take when introducing new PPE? This helpful guide will give you the outline you need for success.
Don’t settle for a glove that doesn’t have the other protective features you need just because it is touchscreen compatible. Your glove should always have the dexterity, cut protection and abrasion resistance to do your job properly.
How leather price increases affect all of us…
A visit to a state-of-the-art recycling facility shows what’s important when it comes to glove selection.
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