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LET YOUR COLLEAGUES KNOW THAT IN JUST 5 MINUTES YOU CAN CREATE YOUR OWN CHEMICAL SAFETY POSTER, FEATURING THE CHEMICAL PERMEATION OF YOUR GLOVES. 

Enhance your hand protection strategy against chemicals exposure in a few clicks:  select your gloves, select your chemicals, add your instructions and print your poster! 

After undertaking your risk assessment, you then need to select the appropriate laboratory or cleanroom glove. The glove needs to be suitable for its intended use and fit properly the user’s hands. The final task is to educate and inform end-users, by providing them with the necessary safety instructions to make sure they will wear the right protective gloves according to the chemicals handled in the workplace.

To ensure optimum compliance with good Health & Safety policies, you will want to regularly review and renew instructions displayed in the workplace relating to minimising risk.

To facilitate that exercise, SHIELD Scientific has developed SHIELDyou™. This is an online poster maker tool to create, with just a few clicks, your own hand safety poster for chemical exposure.

5 STEPS TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR POSTER THEN …………….

Upload your logo
Select 1,2 or 3 gloves
Select up to 20 chemicals*
Edit your safety instructions
Type your H&S contact name and details

 PRINT IT IN A4 OR A3 FORMAT

The SHIELD Scientific online poster maker tool is a smart and simple solution to keep users well informed on the risks associated with chemical exposure. It also helps to remind you of which glove is the most suitable for the chemical hazards you are facing. To access SHIELDyou™, click on the following link to register.

*DISCLAIMER: The data provided was based on gloves tested under laboratory conditions, in accordance with EN 16523-1:2015+A1:2018 (formerly EN 374-3:2003) and ISO 374-4:2019.  The information is for guidance only and may not reflect the user’s application. A risk assessment should always be made by purchaser to  assess the suitability of gloves for a specific application.

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