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Trends in ... hand protection

The influence of technology
Work-related hand injuries are common: In 2014, 36,540 wrist injuries and 119,810 hand injuries requiring days away from work were recorded, according to the 2017 edition of “Injury Facts,” a National Safety Council chartbook.
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MCR Safety

The 9672DT2 Diamond Tech 2 includes an 18-gauge, light blue filament yarn, DSM Dyneema® Diamond Tech shell with a gray polyurethane palm, and forefinger coating. The DT2 scores an ANSI Cut Level 2 and comes in sizes XS-XXL. This glove is one of the coolest and most comfortable cut-resistant offerings. Visit www.mcrsafety.com.

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Trends in ... eye protection

Getting it right
Workplace-related eye injuries often are caused by one of two things: Workers aren’t wearing eye protection at the time of the incident, or they’re wearing the wrong kind of protection for the task at hand, according to the American Optometric Association.
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StarLite FOAMPRO

Dominator 3 Glasses are available with MAX3 scratch-resistant coating, which provides three times greater scratch resistance; MAX6 anti-fog coating, which is proven to provide six times greater fog resistance and dissipation; or BOSSMAN mirror lens coatings.
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Trends in ... women's PPE

Outfitting the entire workforce

Historically, PPE has been designed with a man’s body size and shape in mind. But when Safety+Health reached out to the International Safety Equipment Association regarding progress on designing personal protective equipment for women, manufacturers’ representatives were quick to respond.


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High-visibility glove

The Memphis Orange Glove, made with Kevlar 9178NFO, features a patent-protected, high-visibility orange DuPont Kevlar engineered yarn.
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