A light, durable and easy to wear fabric that is 5 times more cut resistant than Kevlar® products rated level 3 at 5N.

More than 40% of injuries in the glass industry occur during manual handling.

The manual handling of sheet metal is often unavoidable.

Last year more than 4000 people sustained serious cut injuries at work.

‘...a third of all injuries recorded are caused by cuts from sharp metal during handling.’

Cut resistant clothing for the metal and glass industries.

The serious risk of sustaining cuts and lacerations when working with sheet metal and glass do not need explaining to those working within the glass or metal industries.

Cuts are caused by sharp edges, these maybe due to material thickness or created during production. Cutting sheet metal by methods such as shearing, guillotining and grinding will often produce razor sharp edges, burrs and swarf. Presses, dies and forms may also reduce material thickness creating dangerous edges.

Cutsafe cut resistant clothing provides a range Personal Protective Equimpment (PPE) solutions designed to reduce the risk of sustaining cut injuries from sheet metal at work, these include;

For our full range of cut resistant clothing please see our shop or if you can’t find what you’re looking for or you require a garment with special cut resistant properties or something that matches your corporate workwear please contact us for our bespoke cut resistant garment design service (minimum order quantities will apply).

Metal Industry

Injuries resulting from the manual handling of objects and materials with sharp edges are common in the engineering industry. Data from firms show that as many as a third of all injuries recorded are...

Glass Industry

Glass is a wonderfully versatile material however working with it can occasionally present the risk of sustaining serious cuts and lacerations. The HSE and the Glass and Glazing Federation both...