Tradies and DIY safety gloves to keep your hands protected
SPECIFICALLY designed for DIY and tradespeople, Ansell’s Projex™ Series safety gloves provide hand protection while working on home building and maintenance projects.
Cutting edge safety gloves cut resistance: Keeping a sharp eye on worker protection
KEEPING your workers protected from cuts is vital for both their safety and a consistent workflow. This, of course, involves machine guards, the workplace set-up and worker training. It’s also important to choose the right safety glove for cut resistance when operating potentially dangerous tools.
Hell for leather with building site safety gloves
You just can’t get no real protection with leather gloves, especially when it comes to cuts. Your workers should be a cut above the rest. And because of their discomfort and lack of dexterity and touch, many construction and building site workers remove leather gloves to adjust machinery or carry out other tasks.
Warning: Safety gloves claims can be off the planet
DANGER, DANGER, Will Robinson!! Some safety glove manufacturers do not go hand in hand with your hand protection needs. Just like Robot, which had no given name in the legendary Lost in Space TV series, companies can print out glossy brochures full of “data”, with the source of these “facts” remaining nameless. Ansell’s Dr Michael Zedalis (no relation to Dr Zachary Smith) warns that some safety gloves suppliers overstate their products’ performance and protection.
ActivArmr Combat gloves the right fit for Aussie Diggers
Ansell's ActivArmr™ Mission Critical Gear will be used for tactical, peace-keeping and relief operations in the Australian Defence Force. This gear is designed and engineered to provide optimal protection in extreme environments, where teams need reliable equipment to help them do their job safely and precisely.
Built right for construction site: ActivArmr hand safety
Strong hand protection against punctures, cuts and abrasions. Crafted of stainless steel and DuPont™ Kevlar® fibres for EN388 level 3 cut protection. Foam nitrile palm coating provides enhanced hand grip for both wet and dry applications. Adjustable wrist closure and silicone gel padding reduce vibrations and hand stress impact, for added comfort and dexterity. The ActicArmr® Heavy Laborer Glove ergonomic design and breathable construction results in many tasks being done with the safety gloves on.
Ansell the best hand protection: from chemicals to construction
ANSELL has the right safety gloves no matter what the work, from building and construction sites to pest control. Just ask Australian companies Bovis Lend Lease and Amalgamated Pest Control. Ansell personal protection equipment (PPE) proved the right fit for their hand safety solutions.
Come to grips with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: get yourself AlphaTec safety gloves
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Painful condition of the hand and fingers caused by compression of a major nerve where it passes over the carpal bones through a passage at the front of the wrist. From repetitive movements over a long time, or by fluid retention. Sypmtoms include tingling, numbness, swelling, burning, restricted movement and weakness of and around the muscles and tendons.
Work safety red alert on hand protection imports
A FEDERAL Government imports loophole is increasing workers’ risk of injury, safety gloves global leader Ansell has warned. Many workplace safety officers, management and unions in Australia may be unwittingly exposing workers to risk because they are unaware of the problem.
WTCC: More Muller and Huff and puff as Chevrolet struts stuff
CHEVROLET drivers Yvan Muller and Rob Huff shared victories in a two-race triumph at the recent Ansell-sponsored FIA World Touring Car Championship event in Brazil. In the first race at Curitiba, Muller, the Frenchman with the German name, led home Switzerland’s Alain Menu, also in a Chevrolet, and their teammate Huff.
Sprains and strains the main blame for work pain
THE main cause of workplace injury in Australia is sprains and strains, a Safe Work Australia report reveals. Sprains and strains accounted for 30% of work injuries.