Tips to Prevent Lacerations

One of the most common injuries in the workplace are lacerations. Hands and fingers are most likely to suffer lacerations. Check out these great tips from for how to prevent lacerations.

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2017 Top 10 OSHA Violations

The Top 10 OSHA Violations for 2017 were recently released at the National Safety Congress and Expo.

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2015/16 Winter Glove Guide

Superior Glove recently released their 2015/16 Winter Glove Guide.  Check out the guide below.

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Infographic: Cold Weather and Gloves

Check out this infographic provided by Superior Glove highlighting the importance of hand protection during the winter season.

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Cut Resistance: Superior Book of Cut Protection

In a recent study of all injuries reported, injuries to fingers and hands accounted for more than 23% of the total.  Approximately 70% of arm and hand injuries could have been prevented with the correct personal protective equipment resulting in fewer injuries, less medical costs and fewer disability claims.

Because of the unfortunate frequency of these injuries and the complexity of the situation, Superior Glove released this resource covering all that you need to know about personal safety protection.
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FAQ – Rubber Insulated Electrical Gloves


Protective Industrial Products, Inc recently released this resource highlighting common questions surrounding rubber insulated electrical gloves.

What standards do your gloves meet?
Novax® Industrial branded gloves are manufactured to meet or exceed the requirements of the current version of ASTM D120, the standard specification for Industrial Rubber Insulating Gloves.

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How to choose the right cut-resistant Glove

Superior Glove Works recently released this infographic that provides a break-down of the different aspects of cut-resistant gloves.  For greatest cut resistance choose Kevlar Steel or Dyneema Steel.  For greatest Abrasion protection choose Leather, Dyneema or Dyneema Steel.  For greatest grip choose Kevlar steel.  For greatest comfort choose Kevlar or Dyneema and for greatest heat resistance, choose Kevlar.

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