Chemical Protection from Gloves
Many chemicals can pose a hazard by contact with the skin. Skin contact occurs primarily on the hands. A hazard may be present either by direct action at the point of contact (e.g., corrosion) or by absorption into the skin thus contributing to the total exposure of the worker. Industrial dermatitis is the most common industrial disease. Almost 25% of chemicals with a TLV have a Skin Notation that means that they can contribute significantly to worker exposure if the product comes in contact with the skin.
- General Legislation on PPE
- Legislation for chemical protective gloves
- Donning and Removing Gloves
- Intended Use and Properties of Common Glove Materials
- How is Glove Protection Measured?
- The importance of Selecting the Right Glove
- Chemical Glove Selection Guide
- Searchable Database to Find the Best Glove to Protect from Chemical Breakthrough
- Factors that Affect Glove Performance in Real Use Conditions
- On Site Testing of Gloves
- List of Common Skin Sensitizers
- Annual Audit of Gloves that are being used
- One Chemical Can Pull Another Chemical with it through a glove