International Glove Association Releases New Digital Glove Selection Guide Ebook
The International Glove Association (IGA) is pleased to announce that they have a new Glove Selection Guide designed as a resource to aid in proper glove selection and use, available online July 31, 2019.
This Glove Guide was created by multiple members of the IGA, creating an unbiased and well rounded base to build this educational resource. This is not a publication presented by a single manufacturer or distributor, but cohesive blend of expertise contributed by multiple companies to produce this one of a kind guide. This ebook is easy to navigate and find the answers you are looking for. Whether you have questions about raw materials, engineered yarns, or need answers about standards and test methods, this book is the solution! Topics include, Textiles, Leathers, Coated Work Gloves, Cut Resistant Gloves, and Multi Task Gloves.
The Glove Selection Guide is available as an ebook and is compatible with apps such as Apple devices, Barnes & Noble Nook, Kobo, Google Play, Kindle, Sony Readers, and more. It was important to the IGA, that this resource be easily accessible so that users could find the answers they need as quickly as possible. This book can be used by safety managers and directors, as a training tool for glove sales teams, as a resource for end users, and many others.
IGA Members have the opportunity to purchase this book at a 50% discount.
A corporate rate is also available for companies who would like to use this guide as a training tool. The corporate rate includes unlimited downloads within their organization.
Additional information about the Glove Selection Guide and the IGA is available at www.internationalgloveassociation.org or by contacting Patty Burdge, Executive Director, at 814-328-5208.
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