Cut and stab protection gloves
Cutting injuries are the most common cause of accidental injuries
While hand injuries generally account for almost 1/3 of all reported injuries, cuts are the most common type of hand injury, accounting for 50% of all hand injuries. Cut protection gloves are available in various materials that offer higher or lower cut protection.
A distinction is made here between light cut protection, medium and high cut protection. Basically, further requirements at the workplace must be taken into account when selecting gloves.
Sensitivity, moisture protection, grip and product protection.
However, the most important factor of all is the cut resistance of the gloves themselves. If the risk assessment has revealed a certain value, it is still not easy to find the appropriate one based on the cut resistance values printed on the gloves. Light cut protection: level 1, medium cut protection: level 2 + 3, heavy cut protection: level 4 + 5