Tag: EN 388:2016
Knowledge Popularization: Protective Gloves’ Basic Standards
Knowledge Popularization: Protective Gloves' Basic Standards. Do you really understand so many CE certifications?
What are the different standards and regulations for protective gloves?
In the workplace, hands are exposed to multiple dangers depending on the sector of activity. Therefore, adapted personal protective equipment is necessary to reduce the risks as much as possible. To make the right choice of hand protection gloves, it is important to identify the risks involved.
WHICH BRAND GLOVES IS BEST FOR YOU
For the majority of consumers, if you are not very familiar with the gloves, you may be deceived, so when you buy gloves, you must choose a regular and strong brand manufacturer. Work gloves are common in industrial production activities, and the amount of work is also relatively good for workers' hands. For the health of the workers, it is guaranteed that the quality of the working gloves worn is guaranteed, and the protective requirements for the working gloves should be met.
KimYuan’s Guide to Cut Resistance Gloves
Cut Resistance Gloves are the most competitive product line of KimYuan's safety gloves. With KimYuan Material put into production this year, KimYuan Safety will become one of the few safety glove producers in the world to own the entire vertical production ability.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CE GLOVE STANDARDS
The CE mark also makes a statement to consumers, safety professionals, and purchasers that the product meets industry and consumer PPE requirements. When it comes to work gloves for mechanical risks and industrial applications, CE standard EN 388: 2016 measures the ability of the glove to protect working hands against abrasions, lacerations, tearing, punctures, and impact injuries.
UNDERSTANDING THE CUT STANDARDS FOR HAND PROTECTION: A PRACTICAL GUIDE
A safety professional’s role is to provide the support necessary to keep employees safe within their work environment. Identifying and correcting hazards and ensuring the employer is in compliance with regulatory requirements are certainly key responsibilities of a safety professional. Another key function is to provide injury-prevention measures that eliminate or reduce employee exposures to hazards while performing assigned tasks.