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Hand Safety Guide for Sawmills to Protect Workers

Sponsored Content Provided By Superior Glove

Hand injuries are a major concern in the sawmill and lumber industry and can result in huge medical expenses, decreased productivity, and lost wages. However, hand injuries are the #1 preventable workplace accident.

To help reduce injuries, Superior Glove has created the Sawmill Hand Safety Guide: a comprehensive resource for the sawmill and lumber industry to promote hand safety. Filled with practical information, this guide combines knowledge gathered from across the industry to help employers build a firm foundation in hand safety to keep workers safe and improve productivity levels that can be impacted by accidents.

The Sawmill Hand Safety Guide is an essential resource for safety managers, employers, and workers alike. The guide covers the fundamentals of safe work practices and is packed with helpful glove resources from task specific glove selection and sizing guide to glove upkeep and understanding the ANSI and ASTM safety ratings to help you choose the right gloves.

This guide is an excellent resource for anyone looking to improve their hand safety knowledge and practices in the sawmill and lumber industry. To download your free copy of the Sawmill Hand Safety Guide, visit superiorglove.com/sawmill-hand-safety-guide 

About Superior Glove

Superior Glove believes that workers shouldn’t have to choose between comfort and safety, so we innovate to fit the protection workers need into comfortable PPE they’ll want to wear. We design and test hand safety products in-house to ensure quality and protection and offer free resources and services to help companies develop safety programs that go beyond PPE. Superior Glove is headquartered in Ontario, Canada. We have team members across Canada, the United States, and Mexico serving customers globally.

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