Don't risk your hands or general health
Knowing what’s in your glove besides cut protection levels goes a long way in ensuring workplace safety – lowering risks and costs.
Don’t introduce potential safety risks with cut resistant gloves that are uncomfortable or potentially uses non-compliant materials.
Many glove manufacturers are looking for solutions to pass the more stringent EN388 2016 and ANSI standards, such as using more engineered yarns with glass and basalt fibers to boost cut protection performance. Though they may pass the initial cut resistance test, are they fit for your safety protocols?