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Hand protection

Under the OHSA, Ontario employers must provide adequate hand protection in the workplace.

Hand and Arm Protection Examples

Types of GlovesProtect Against
Neoprene, rubber, or vinylMost chemicals
Thick leatherWelding, rough surfaces
Aluminized fabrics of nylon, rayon, asbestos, wool, or glassHeat
Rough finishHandling slippery objects/materials
Cotton and terry clothAbrasions and cuts
Metal meshKnife blades, other sharp instruments
Insulated material often made of rubber and worn inside leather glovesElectric shocks and burns
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