As Coronavirus cases continue to rise globally, and the northern hemisphere stockpiles gloves and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) prior to winter, glove supply continues to be a global issue. Established glove factories are working at absolute capacity to meet demand, and reporting record profits.
Disposable gloves are a great way to add a barrier of protection between your hands and what you are handling. This blog will explain the different glove materials and the differences between them.
We are working hard, making sure we can source all the disposable gloves, non-woven and PE products, needed by our New Zealand customers. As a solution to ongoing glove shortages, and price increases, we have sourced an alternative and more economically priced food grade glove. Introducing the....
Eagle Protect is the world's only B Corp certified glove and clothing supplier, and we are proud to announce our B Corporation™ recertification for a fourth consecutive term, confirming our commitment to positive social and environmental change.
Wearing disposable gloves alone does not necessarily prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses on hands and surfaces. Hand hygiene is necessary, and consideration of the type and quality of glove can help reduce glove associated cross-contamination risks.