Hand protection and gloves must be worn when employees’ hands are exposed to absorption/contact of harmful substances, cuts, lacerations, abrasions, punctures, chemical burns, thermal burns, and harmful temperature extremes.
There is simply a huge range of glove types:
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Selecting the right type of hand protection product depends on the duration of use, the environment, liquids or materials the employee must handle and the tasks to be performed.
All Safety Products detailed information that can assist you in selecting the correct safety Hand protection to ensure OSHA and ANSI compliance.
- CPPT: Cut Protection Performance Test
- Keystone Thumb: Comfortable gloves that allows to maximum thumb movement
- Nap In Gloves: Hot mill glove with good abrasion resistance
- Nap out Gloves: Hot mill gloves with good heat protection
- NRL: Natural Rubber Latex gloves come in Powdered or Powder Free Styles
- Straight Thumb: Gloves designed for close fisted work
- Wing Thumb Gloves: designed for open handed work, pushing, pulling, and lifting
- ANSI/SEA 105-2005
- ASTM 1790
- ASTM F739-91
- CE standard EN388
- CE standard EN 407
- FDA 21 CFR 880.6250
- FFDCA requirement for Food Contact
- NFPA 1999
- OSHA 29 CFR 1910.138
- OSHA 21 CFR parts 170-199