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Safety Gloves Information Guide

Safety Gloves Information Guide

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Did You Know? Protecting your employees' hands from injury is the law, OSHA regulation 1910.138 mandates employers to require employees to use appropriate hand protection when employees' hands are exposed to hazards. Hazards could include potential hand injury from skin absorption of harmful substances, severe cuts or lacerations, severe abrasions, punctures, chemical burns, thermal burns and harmful temperature extremes.


disposable single-use gloves

Disposable/Single-Use

General materials:

Vinyl, PVC, latex and nitrile

General uses:

Small parts handling, food prep, medical and lab uses, and light manufacturing.

Latex Gloves

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Nitrile Gloves

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string knit gloves

String Knit

General materials:

Cotton / Polyester

General uses:

Sometimes used as a liner under another glove to provide added comfort and protection. Also used for general purposes and light-duty tasks.

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Canvas and Fabric Gloves

Canvas & Fabric

General materials:

Cotton

General uses:

General work gloves for parts handling and general maintenance. Provides abrasion resistance. Good for light to medium-duty tasks.

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Coated/Dipped and Cut Resistant Gloves

Coated/Dipped | Cut Resistant

General materials:

Typically knit with nitrile, polyurethane or PVC.

General uses:

Used for chemical processing/handling, cleaning, oil refining and food processing. These gloves are used for medium to heavy-duty tasks.

Coated/Dipped

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Cut-Resistant

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Driver | Leather Palm

Driver Gloves and Leather Palm Gloves

General materials:

Leather—cowhide, pigskin and goatskin.

General uses:

For industrial and construction applications and medium-duty tasks. Also provides excellent abrasion resistance. Cowhide is the most popular of the leather gloves and is a little warmer for those who work outdoors.

Driver Gloves

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Leather Palm Gloves

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Chemical Resistant

General materials:

Lined and unlined neoprene, nitrile and nylon.

General uses:

Used for rough, oily, abrasive, hot or cold environments. These gloves are typically used for heavy-duty tasks.

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Welding Gloves and Mechanics Gloves

Welding | Mechanics

General materials:

Variety of materials based on needs of a specific industry. Can include leather and spandex/synthetic blends.

General uses:

Used in industry-specific tasks. Welding gloves protect from high heat and sparks. Mechanic’s gloves provide increased dexterity and comfort for a variety of industrial, warehouse or mechanical applications.

Welding Gloves

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Mechanics Gloves

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