How to Select the Right One for the Job
Disposable gloves are a cost-effective way to handle chemicals or biological agents that contaminate your glove. Because the decontamination procedure is fairly complicated, expensive, and time-consuming, it makes sense, to sacrifice durability to avoid it. That’s where disposable gloves come in.
Disposable gloves are recommended for low-intensity tasks and environments with low risk of cutting and puncturing. However, they should be used with caution if tearing the glove could result in immediate and serious adverse effects.
The main types of disposable gloves are nitrile, vinyl, latex, and polyethylene. Read more from Safeopedia to learn which is the right glove for you.