Puncture hazards can be as thick as a wood splinter or as fine as a single wire strand from a steel-braided cable - and will oftentimes lead to a laceration. Understanding how to choose the correct PPE per application is essential to protecting workers from both punctures and cut injuries.
In this 30-minute webinar, Nicole Baker (QSSP - OSHA 30), Sales & Customer Training Manager at HexArmor, will explain the "trampoline effect" that occurs during puncture resistance testing and how to best protect your team from some of the most common puncture hazards.
You'll learn about:
- Understanding puncture resistance testing and the "trampoline effect"
- Types of hazards and industries that need puncture protection
- HexArmor's industry-leading solutions for laceration injuries, including SuperFabric® brand material*