Industry-first safety report shows Australian industry lags in costing hand injuries
Australia’s safety leaders remain divided over the best way to measure performance, but agree that cultural change is the key to improving worker safety and wellbeing. The first report on hand injuries in Australian workplaces, “In Safe Hands: The State of Hand Protection in Australia 2016”, has been published.
Ansell is helping safety leaders stay ahead of regulatory changes in hand protection
The new EN388 standard represents the most sweeping revisions to this fundamental mechanical hand protection benchmark in over 20 years. It includes important revisions to existing cut and abrasion measures and introduces a new impact protection score.
Hand cuts, scrapes and infections: Don’t ignore the work safety risks
HEALTHY hands are productive hands. Workers with good hand health are likely to produce better quality products with minimal lost time on the job.The types of injuries or hazards workers usually incur fall into five main categories.
- Industry-first safety report shows Australian industry lags in costing hand injuries
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