You Understand Cut Risks. You’ll Still Want to Read This.

Cut-related hand injuries are an omnipresent issue in most industrial workplaces. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), over 40% of hand injuries reported in NA in 2017 were caused by cuts and lacerations.

In Europe, 15.6% of hand-related accidents are due to contact with sharp/abrasive objects, Eurostat reported.

The costs of failing to protect workers against cuts are high with risks of injuries, lost productivity, fines and damage to company reputation.

Find out more about Honeywell’s cut-resistant hand protection solutions. Learn from our specialists about cut risks and select the most appropriate safety measures.

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