According to OSHA, qualified employees within the Minimum Approach Distance to exposed energized conductors should wear insulating (rubber) gloves along with leather protectors. Testing is one way to ensure your rubber gloves stay in compliance and can keep employees protected.
Another simple, comprehensive way to protect employees is by enrolling in Arbill’s hassle-free rubber goods exchange program. Our safety experts will launch a glove testing and exchange program designed to help keep your employees safe.
Regular visual and electrical testing are mandated by ASTM and OSHA.
Rubber can become compromised in a variety of ways, and testing can detect leakages and damages from: