Four Steps to Choosing the Right Cut-Resistant Gloves

30% of injured workers wear safety gloves but still experience hand-related accidents, according to the US Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS). Their gloves may be inadequate, damaged, or wrong for specific hazards.

Choosing the correct level of protection against cuts, in line with the industry standards, is key to safeguarding workers’ hands. However, this may not be enough.

With so many glove options on the market, it can be tough to know exactly which one is right for you.

Find out more about Honeywell’s cut-resistant hand protection solutions. Learn the four steps to select your gloves correctly.

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