Work gloves


Our hands are our most important tools, which is why we need to protect them in the best possible way. But what properties make some work gloves better than others? We offer a wide range of work gloves, safety gloves and water resistant gloves, and when you choose C Supply as your supplier you can feel reassured that you will be receiving the ultimate combination of functionality, durability and protection to fit your unique needs and working situation.

Work gloves are crucial for the job from the perspectives of comfort, functionality and safety. Finding work gloves, safety gloves and water resistant gloves that are comfortable, provide the required protection, allow freedom of movement for your fingers, ensure a firm grip irrespective of weather conditions, and stays on your hands throughout the work process can be quite a task, and demands a thorough approach.

In order to ensure the level of protection that your work requires, it is essential to choose the right work gloves that protect against the risk factors you are exposed to. The employer is responsible for providing the required protective equipment and training. This includes work gloves, safety gloves and water-resistant gloves. Selecting the right work gloves therefore begins with a risk assessment of each individual working environment.

Areas of use requiring particular attention with regard to the selection of work gloves, safety gloves and water-resistant gloves:

Cut:

If the user will be handling sharp objects, they need safety gloves with cut protection. From A, the lowest level, all the way up to F.

Heat:

If the user is exposed to heat, they will require safety gloves that provide heat protection and prevent burns.

Chemicals:

If the end user is exposed to chemicals, it is important to use the right work gloves to protect against the chemicals in questions. Gloves offering protection against chemicals exposure have a limited useful life of no more than 8 hours and must never be reused.

Precision:

If the user requires extra precision, they need work gloves capable of satisfying this need.

Touch:

If the user uses a computer screen or similar, they will require work gloves with touchscreen functionality.

Winter:

Those who work outside in the winter or in cold environments need work gloves with insulating properties to protect against the cold.

Rain/water:

Workers who spend time in the rain or very damp environments should opt for water-resistant gloves.

Welding:

Those who do welding as part of their job should choose safety gloves especially designed for TIG/MIG welding.