1. Proper handling of sharp materials such as sheet metal or glass is important but may not be enough to prevent cuts, abrasions, or even amputations.
2. Consider using metal mesh, Kevlar, or other forms of specially coated gloves to handle glass, sheet metal, or even when performing fine work such as using cutting knives.
3. Not all chemical resistant gloves are safe to use with all materials!
4. Pouring concrete, washing brickwork or masonry, or spray coating and staining cement may require chemical resistant gloves.
5. Work with hot substances, sparks or flames requires the use of heavy duty leather or fire retardant material.
6. Work with potentially energized or live electrical equipment will require gloves that are rated for a specific voltage range.
7. Fingerless work gloves are a great option to provide protection from handling sharp edges but allow the worker to have finger dexterity to handle screws or small parts.

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