MCR Safety Ninja Feather Lite Technology (FLT) offers the greatest assortment of dexterity, sense of touch, and protection. The Ninja FLT, N9659 features a 15-gauge super soft nylon/spandex shell. The FLT coating provides extreme abrasion resistance and grip with a feather light feel.
Ironclad’s Limitless Leather™ 360º Cut Impact Driver Glove (ULD-IMPC5) is exceptionally durable, comfortable and versatile, with key performance enhancements that maximize worker safety in nearly any environment.
Superior Glove’s Cool Grip® Terry Cloth Gloves Made With Protex® are durable and long wear; heat and abrasion resistance; excellent insulators; and have seamless knit, loops out, 24 oz. weight with continuous knitwrist cuff.
Although emerging occupational safety and health products can help make your job easier and keep your workers safer, keeping up with new developments in the field can be challenging. ISHN helps you save time by gathering all of the OSH product information and presenting it in a quick, easy format.
We sat down with Dr. Joshua Alpert, an orthopedic surgeon at Midwest Bone & Joint Institute in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, to talk about the ins and outs of hand injuries. He helped us to understand why hand injuries can be particularly serious and what recovery from an injury looks like.
We are a family-owned business based in Goteberg, Sweden and founded in 1959 as a Trading Company for Technical Fibers. Eureka Safety is the PPE division of Y. Berger & Co AB launched in 2009 as a logical extension of our expertise in technical materials and technical knowledge and history of glovemaking.
Not long ago gloves were considered just another uncomfortable piece of PPE that one was obliged to wear. Leather was the material of choice for premium protection, while less expensive fabric offered basic hand coverage.
Enter your best-of-the-best products or services in ISHN’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. The program will launch in October 2018 and entries will be accepted online at ISHN.com/awards through January 2019. Here’s how it works: • Enter up to four top products (must have launched on or after Jan. 1, 2018) • ISHN readers vote on their favorite products March 1 - April 30, 2019 • Winners will be announced the week of May 6, 2019.
Green construction, or building energy-efficient and sustainable structures, is in high demand. The push for more green buildings has led to construction workers using energy-efficient materials, like spray polyurethane foam insulation (spray foam). This material forms a continuous barrier on walls and corners, preventing moisture from getting inside of structures through cracks and seams.