Do you know? Not all workplaces are suitable for wearing gloves. For operations that require fine adjustments, wearing protective gloves is not easy to operate; in addition, for operators who use drilling machines, milling machines, and conveyors, and in areas with a risk of pinching, if they use gloves, there is a danger of being entangled or pinched by the machine.
1. When using the grinder, you should wear gloves. But always hold the handle of the grinder with both hands.
2. When using the lathe to polish the material, do not wear gloves, otherwise there will be the danger of the lathe getting the gloves into entanglement.
3. Do not wear gloves when operating the drilling machine. It may happen that the glove gets stuck in the rotating chuck.
4. Do not wear gloves when grinding metal on a bench grinder. Even tight-fitting gloves run the risk of getting involved in the machine.
Therefore, personnel working on these occasions must not use protective gloves.