Global Standards for Hand Protection: Overview of ANSI/ISEA 105 and EN388 Changes
In this webinar, Eric Key, Technical Sales Associate at DuPont, and Ray Morris,
Director of Training & Development for Ansell Healthcare, will outline recent changes in glove standards and describe the specific methods used to test gloves under ANSI/ISEA 105 and EN388. New testing methods are helping realign manufacturers’ claims and reduce confusion over glove performance in the global marketplace.
This event will:
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- Offer an in-depth look at the keys to cut resistance, the background and comparison of cut standards
- Review how those standards have changed in recent years.
- Give participants a greater understanding of the factors affecting glove performance from the materials used in overall glove construction to less-appreciated considerations like sizing, fit and zonal reinforcement.
- Give the participants the specific testing protocols that are being used to measure that performance.
: September 14, 2017
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
, Technical Sales Associate
Eric Key is a Technical Sales Associate at DuPont. He has worked at DuPont for 21 years and has over 10 years of experience in the Protective Solutions sector in varying roles. He has been with the Kevlar® business for 5 years and for the past 2 years has had a focus on cut protection solutions. Eric is also a member of the ASTM F23 Committee. He holds a BS in pre-med Biology and a BS in Engineering-Chemistry from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, MI.
, Director of Training & Development
Ray Morris is Director of Training & Development for Ansell. He has worked with Ansell for 31 years, designing and selling personal protective products (PPE) and teaching safety personnel and workers how to properly use PPE. He has served in roles as varied as Territory Manager, Marketing Development Manager, Regional Sales Manager and Director of Training & Development. Ray is a published author and holds a patent for the Ansell Guardian™ program. He holds a BS degree from Auburn University.
Duration: 1 Hour