The global safety gloves market is forecast to reach US$19 billion by 2030, fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic and the rising number of industrial injuries.
A new Australian standard for gloves was published in December 2020; a hand protection expert explains why this is a game changer for gloves, the testing and the reduction of hand injuries.
The Safety Mate NXG Cut D Lite cut-resistant gloves meet the Cut Level D cut protection standard and feature 18-gauge super lightweight feel and 360° breathability.
The Aquila NR18E ultrafine, nitrile-coated, washable gloves offer many benefits in terms of health and hygiene.
ATG MaxiCut Ultra gloves are designed for people needing cut protection in challenging environments.
The uvex phynomic airLite safety gloves range for mechanical risks is designed to fit like a second skin in combination with cut protection B and C.
Two Queensland rum distilleries have shifted production to make hand sanitiser, in response to increasing demand due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Aquila RE05F cut-resistant glove is made with 100% cut-resistant yarn, and double-coated with foam and full flat nitrile, providing abrasion resistance.
The Aquila ultra-fine, cut-resistant glove provides resistance to water, oil and chemicals, with a sandy finish to facilitate a strong grip.
The athletic range of gloves from uvex are made from high-quality functional fibres and coating materials, with an open cell coating.
Personal protective equipment-focused injury reduction campaigns are a seafarer's greatest defence against injury, research published in 2020 suggests.
Force360 has incorporated Graphene into the construction of its Graphex range of cut-resistant hand protection.
The HexArmor 4027 Chrome Series safety glove provides cut resistance EN388:2016 Cut Level F (interior layer).
Ninja HPT Grip X gloves offer good grip, dexterity, breathability and lightweight comfort.
Those who work in the cleaning industry face greater risk of injury and illness due to their routine exposure to dangerous chemicals.