Safety In Colours
Our flagship innovation has been imitated by manufacturers around the world.
The TraffiSystem was developed after listening to customers in many industries who were asking for a simple and common-sense approach to raising safety awareness.
We applied the principle of low, medium, and high to our cut-resistant work gloves and created the RED, AMBER, GREEN colour-coded system. By applying this simple principle, our work gloves have improved safety for hundreds of thousands of glove wearers around the world.
In 2012, our first year of specifying TraffiGloves, we saw a 50% reduction in the number of hand cuts reported compared to the previous year.
LOWER CUT PROTECTION
Our RED cut resistant gloves are ideal for tasks that involve a low cut risk, such as general product handling, warehouse and assembly line work and some low-risk construction jobs.
These low-level cut resistant gloves levels provide adequate protection for a wide range of tasks. The Traffi RED colour serves as a warning, reminding the wearer to consider whether further hand protection is required when switching to a different task. The RED work gloves are also a good choice for supplying to visitors or management who may need to wear safety gloves on site to comply with glove PPE safety regulations.
The amber gloves with the long cuffs seem to be the best thing since sliced bread.
MEDIUM CUT PROTECTION
Our AMBER cut resistant gloves offer a medium level of cut protection. They are the ideal choice for second fix construction trades, mechanical and electrical trades, steel fixing and handling materials with sharp edges. The AMBER safety gloves are finished with a variety of coatings to give you plenty of choice within our work glove range.
The TraffiGlove system was introduced just over a year ago and in that time has helped to reduce recorded hand related injuries by 86%, which is fantastic news.
Safe To Go
Higher Cut Protection
Our GREEN cut resistant gloves provide the higher levels of cut protection. They are the best choice for greater cut risk tasks such as applying cladding, swarf and metalwork and handling glass or sheet metal with cut edges. They also provide the higher hand protection necessary when dealing with unknown risks, such as tasks in the waste and recycling industries.