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The Hand Protection Blog

Blog Category: Standards

EN 388:2016 - How Glove Technology is Driving Standards

EN 388:2016 - How Glove Technology is Driving Standards

By Nick Green   |   05.02.19

Whilst manufacturers can introduce gloves on to the market with EN 388: 2003 certification until 21st April 2019, it is important to understand what the new standard means now. Here, Nicholas Green, Corporate Accounts Director at international hand protection specialist Globus Group looks at the fundamental changes in the new standard.

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CATEGORIES: Cut Resistance, Health and Safety, Standards

10 FAQs about SHOWA S-TEX 377

10 FAQs about SHOWA S-TEX 377

By Gregory Tessier   |   03.07.18

Need more information about the SHOWA S-TEX 377? Read our ten most frequently asked questions!

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CATEGORIES: Cut Resistance, Health and Safety, SHOWA, Standards

Are You Odds or Evens?

Are You Odds or Evens?

By Gregory Tessier   |   13.06.17

Gregory Tessier, Product Development Manager, explores how regular hand protection policy reviews can enable safety managers to break through the injury prevention barrier.

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CATEGORIES: Standards, SHOWA, Health and Safety, SKYTEC

What Does AQL Mean?

What Does AQL Mean?

By Gregory Tessier   |   15.05.17

The Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) is an internationally recognised quality standard designed to assess the statistical quality control of products such as medical protective gloves. In particular measuring for the % likelihood of pinhole defects in a batch of disposable gloves.

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CATEGORIES: Disposable Gloves, Health and Safety, SHOWA, Standards

Infographic: What is Standard EN374:2003?

Infographic: What is Standard EN374:2003?

By Steve Shale   |   20.01.16

In this infographic we explain how chemical resistant gloves are tested as part of standard EN374:2003 and what the pictograms mean that are used to depict the results.

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CATEGORIES: Chemical Resistance, Infographics, Standards

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