Leather Gloves ST-103

Leather Gloves ST-103

Don’t wear gloves when touching common surfaces, such as telephones, computers, door knobs, and elevator buttons, or that may be touched without gloves by others. Don’t wear gloves outside of the lab. When transporting hazardous materials between labs, use secondary containers that can be carried without gloves. Gloves must be worn when there is the potential for injury or exposure to skin contact from chemicals, infectious agents, heat, cold, abrasive, and cutting objects.


Gloves help keep your hands clean and lessen your chance of getting germs that can make you sick. Wear gloves every time you touch blood, bodily fluids, bodily tissues, mucous membranes, or broken skin. You should wear gloves for this sort of contact, even if a patient seems healthy and has no signs of any germs


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