Cut resistant gloves are an integral piece of personal protective equipment (PPE) for many jobs. They are truly the last line of defense between an identified hazard and the end-user. Selecting a glove with the correct cut protection by matching it to the hazard and risk, is a key responsibility for the safety professionals and purchasing departments of any organization whose workers face cut hazards.
Join Bryan McWhorter is he safely walks us through:
1. A Review of Cut Standards ANSI/ISEA-105 2016 and EN388-2016
2. How do they compare?
3. Where and how is testing done?
4. Does higher cut score = more protection?
5. Different cut levels and common industries and uses associated