Considering the Consequences & Solutions to Hand Cut Protection

This Month's Safety Partners

A Leader in Hand Protection and Heavy Duty Personal Safety Products for Construction, Utility, Manufacturing, and Specialized Professionals

First to market with innovative products that keep you safe and help you to work more productively. ATG and G-Tek glove lines feature unparalleled proprietary designs, coating, and materials. PIP has invested in developing products that meet and surpass industry standards. We believe an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Protective Industrial Products (PIP) is one of the leading suppliers of Personal Protective Equipment to industrial distributors globally. See more at

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Occupational Hand Injuries by the Numbers

Download this infographic to discuss the implications of hand injuries with your team.

Toolbox Talk: The Consequences Behind Hand Injuries

This toolbox talk will remind your team of the importance of every thumb and finger. The download includes a master worksheet for the toolbox talk leader, a team member worksheet, and instructions on how to run a No Thumbs Challenge.


The Updated ANSI Standard for Cut Protection

ANSI Cut Level 4 is out and ANSI Cut Level 4 is in, but not with the same level of protection. ANSI has released a new edition of the ANSI/ISEA 105 standard (2016 edition.) Download the flyer on the new classification levels and the revised method for testing gloves to the standard.

Redefining Hand Protection: PIP's Cut Risk Hazard Matrix

PIP has created a new way to look at cut protection. The CUT Risk Hazard Matrix™ will help guide you to select a glove with the right cut resistant material and cut score for your application. Manipulate the matrix to determine your current task’s Force and Sharpness factor. 

Download this guide to save time when choosing the right glove for your work environment. 


PIP's Cut Protection Catalog

Click on any of the images below to download PIP's catalog focusing on cut protection technology and gloves.

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What field level hazard assessments are and why they are so important.

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12 Types of Hand Protection Gloves (and How to Choose the Right One)

Performing a risk assessment is the first step to understanding what kind of safety gloves you'll need.

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5 Steps to Rubber Insulating Product Safety Success

Using the right rubber insulating products and testing them regularly will help your workers stay safe from arc flashes.

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