There is more to cut-resistant gloves and sleeves than just choosing the right level of protection. Below you will find a number of questions to consider when evaluating available options:
Exposure to sharp materials and subsequent cut risk is a common threat in most working environments. Even performing seemingly safe tasks, like general warehouse duties, can leave workers vulnerable to cut injuries. By equipping your workers with a moderate cut-resistant glove, you can help reduce the risk of injury. Explore our moderate cut-resistant glove solutions here.
Many applications, across different industries, require a higher level of cut protection to ensure workers are kept safe from cuts and scrapes. From EN ISO cut level C to EN ISO cut level E, these gloves deliver truly superior protection and comfort. Take a look at some of the solutions we offer in the high cut-resistant range.
In hazardous conditions, where there is a higher risk of serious cut injuries, workers may need to look at extreme cut protection to minimize laceration risks. These gloves include safty ratings of EN ISO cut level E or higher. From handling sheet metal to glass parts, these gloves offer truly reliable protection.
Explore our best-in-class arm protection range. Soft to the touch, while offering wearers a cool feel, our seamless protective arm sleeve designs deliver superior comfort. These comfortable cut-resistant sleeves are available in a range of EN cut levels, as well as varying lengths and widths.
Daily tasks that require varying levels of cut performance and dexterity usually mean thicker gloves are worn to minimize the risk of injury. Consequently, workers often replace or remove their gloves to complete the task at hand, which leads to inefficiencies and decreased productivity. Unfortunately, this also heightens the risk of cut injury. Forego the trade-off between functionality and protection by using Ansell's lightweight and ultra-lightweight cut-resistant gloves.