Grip strength is important to safety – and your health, 2017-11-01

Grip strength is important to safety – and your health, 2017-11-01

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Optimal grip has been called the pinnacle of selecting work gloves. It’s critical in almost any industry you can think of: construction, assembly work, repair and overhaul, light engineering and service, recycling and waste management, plastics and textile manufacturing, warehousing, small component assembly, packing and inspection, and landscaping. Poor grip can lead to a host of problems: Hand fatigue from overexertion (a major factor in limiting work performance) Musculoskeletal injuries from repeated hand overexertion (there are 35 muscles that control movement in your forearm and . . .

Optimal grip has been called the pinnacle of selecting work gloves. It’s critical in almost any industry you can think of. Poor grip can lead to a host of problems. Of course there’s more to hand protection than glove grip. Different work requires different types of gripping gloves.

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