Everyone who uses one-time latex ornitrile gloves during a workday knows just how difficult it is to put the gloves on and take them off. It is time-consuming and the gloves often break. As a consequence, the cleaning staff either wear the gloves all the time or not at all. Both options increase the risk of getting eczema or allergies on their hands.
“We can see that cleaning staff often wear their gloves up to 80 per cent of an average work day, and that is far too much. Their fingers will be constantly damp and that can lead to developing eczema on their fingers. That’s why we have come up with our intelligent system,” says Klaus Juel Pedersen, CEO of GloVac.
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