The unseen costs of skimping on hand protection equipment

Supplied by Ansell on Tuesday, 30 August, 2016


Some industries, such as mining, are more prone to workplace injury than others. Cheap promises of reduced expenditure can lead to substantial financial consequences. Hand protection needs to be assessed on the extent to which it reduces worker injury and subsequent costs, not simply as a product with a desirable price point.

This white paper details the unseen costs of hand injury to your business and highlights the dangers of using leather gloves.


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