Hand Safety Spotlight

Category: gloves

Focus on the storm You can't turn on your TV, scroll through your social feeds or listen to the radio without hearing storm coverage when a severe weather system threatens part of the United States. The unknown effects of a named storm or other natural disaster have a way of grabbing our attention. As Americans, we have a hard time looking away.

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Grip is essential to hand safety. A compromised grip can lead to an occupational hazard. If a glove isn’t providing the necessary grip, companies are at risk of workers removing their gloves and exposing their hands. Workers sustain approximately a quarter of a million serious injuries to fingers, hands and wrists each year.[1] According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and OSHA, wearing a glove reduces the risk of a hand injury by 27%.

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“What’s my glove size?” We often hear that question. If you’re wondering how to find your glove size, it’s easy. Determine your glove size by using our Glove Sizing Chart, or see other ways to measure your hands for gloves and glove sizing tips below. 

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Is the Super Hero the right safety glove for the job? That’s what this blog aims to answer. When searching for safety gloves, several factors come into play. Do you need best-in-class protection? How long will the glove last? Can the glove be worn all day? Is safety more important than dexterity, or do you need the best of both worlds?

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Finding the best work glove can be a challenge. What level of cut protection do you need? What palm material will give you the best grip? How important is impact protection? Ringers Roughneck gloves offer numerous safety features, but how do they stack up against the competition? Read our glove guide to see if the Roughneck is the right safety glove for you.

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The testing standards for cut gloves have changed for both ANSI and CE. If you’re unsure about these changes – don’t worry. We’ve created a guide that breaks down everything you need to know about new ANSI and CE cut ratings.

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Leather gloves can be a great investment – as long as the gloves are broken in. Stiff, rigid gloves aren’t worth it; not only because they’re uncomfortable, but using the wrong type attributes to 30% of hand injuries.

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The industrial glove market has progressed quickly over the last few years – from impact protection technologies to innovative fabrics and palm materials. The significant need for these advancements is clear; the cost of an average fracture is $106,0001. 

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We are pleased to announce today the launch of our Ringers Gloves R-59 specialty series welding gloves. 

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