Is your business is in the food industry? Then you should know that it is a necessity to have a well stocked supply of metal detectable gloves!
Hygiene and safety is an absolute must to avoid food contamination from bacterias, such as E-coli. Food manufacturers can finally provide their employees with gloves that will protect the customer from harmful bacteria, whilst also carrying a benefit of being detectable should they, or pieces of them, fall into a product.
Selecting the right gloves for your business improves safety and productivity of workers, whilst helping to ensure that food produced in your facility is safe, resulting in reducing costs for your business. Hand injuries from cuts to lacerations have decreased in recent years. However, facility owners and health and safety professionals need to continue to strive as there is still room for some improvement for keeping our workers safe, whilst protecting the quality and integrity of the products manufactured in our facilities.
The detectable gloves we offer are vinyl food service gloves, manufactured from material which offers formulated comfortable fit and tactile sensitivity. Our range of metal detectable gloves combine comfort with product safety, to provide the ultimate in safe food handling. These gloves meet FDA/EEC plastics safety regulations for intermittent contact with food.
Disposable metal detectable gloves protect the hands whilst carrying out a range of tasks, including cleaning, bleaching hair and cooking. These gloves are suitable for preparing food items, such as vegetables, foods with a high water content, dairy products and pickled foods.
Here at SafetyMart we offer a range of gloves, available in sizes small, medium, large and extra large to cater for everyone. The gloves are particularly ideal for working on food processing lines such as bakeries, butchers and delicatessens.
It is essential that you keep metal detectable gloves well maintained and in good shape. Contaminated or worn gloves can fail to protect the hands from potential hazards of which they were designed for. To ensure effective protection is maintained, they should be checked regularly and replaced if worn.