Do you include disposable gloves in your work protective equipment?
At 5 o’clock in the morning, during the alarm bell, you wake up and the sun shines on your bedroom. You wake yourself up from the breath of getting up: take a hot bath and put on work clothes-the material of the clothes is woven from flame-retardant fibers, which is resistant to abrasion and tearing.
After getting dressed, you sit down and read the news while eating a good breakfast. After that, you put the lunch you prepared last night in the cold box, take the keys and wallet at a fixed place, and finally, you sit on the stool at the door and put on your work boots. Work boots are smooth, oil-resistant, and have S3, HRO & SRC certification. When you tighten the laces, your toes can feel the steel plate at the toes of the sole.
This is how the new day begins.
After you drove to the construction site, you took the orange vest and helmet from the trunk. On the way into (the construction site), you stop to chat with your work partner. Then, as soon as the working time is up, you click on your watch, move to the working area, settle down, take out the highly recognizable industrial-grade diamond-grade textured gloves from the box, and start working.
This is your work equipment.
Every design of workers’ work clothes and equipment is based on safety considerations. Regardless of whether the work clothes are bright orange or professional black, all employers will provide a pair of disposable gloves for labor insurance. These gloves are essential for creating a safer, more orderly and professional working environment.
The National Security Council holds a meeting on labor insurance safety in various industries every year. The part about workplace safety includes a series of articles about safety awareness of work clothes. But because disposable gloves are disposable, they are often not considered part of standard work clothes.
However, in every industry, for certain risk factors, disposable gloves provide the necessary safety protection. For example, to protect employees from harsh chemicals, to protect food from cross-contamination, and to prevent the spread of blood diseases.
(Of course) In many workplaces, the choice of glove material, thickness, texture and color is also necessary for the (different) work clothes of employees.
Hand injuries are the main cause of industrial accidents. When preparing for safe work, use highly recognizable disposable gloves (such as orange and green) to reduce hand injuries. When workers use highly recognizable gloves, they can clearly see their own hands and the hands of any colleague in the same working area (during operation). At the same time, there is another advantage. Bright colors can help supervisors to determine whether employees are observing the regulations to wear gloves (work).
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Using disposable gloves in the workplace can also prevent confusion. Many organizations use color coding systems to divide employees into different departments. In the food industry that is concerned about preventing cross-contamination, it is very important to use this color coding method for gloves as part of work clothes.
Finally, when you are in frequent contact with customers, using disposable gloves will look more professional. In the food service industry, like banquet chefs and waiters, they need to have face-to-face contact with customers. Wearing black disposable gloves will add to their professional appearance.