Engineering is concerned with the development, improvement, and implementation of inte grated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, materials, analysis and synthesis, as well as the mathematical, physical and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems or processes.
Work gloves are personal protective equipment worn during work projects that cover and protect the hands from the wrist to the fingers. Work gloves are meant to save the user’s hands and fingers from unnecessary wounds such as cuts, blisters, splinters, skin punctures or heat and chemical burns. Gloves vary in type depending on the work environment.
Work gloves may also be known as safety gloves or protective gloves.
Work Gloves can be made of cloth, leather, wool, latex, rubber, nitrile rubber, vinyl, neoprene, or metal. Gloves provide comfort and protect the hands against exposure to extreme temperatures and wounds due to cuts, friction, splinters, punctures, abrasions, harmful biological and chemical contacts, or infectious diseases. Work gloves are used by many working professionals such as aircrews, barbed wire handlers, butchers, divers, woodcutters, police officers, doctors, firemen, food, chemical and medicine handlers, gardeners, farmers, machine operators, military personnel, sportsman, welders, blacksmiths, etc.
Due to the different hazards and conditions encountered by different professionals, there are many different kinds of work gloves. The nature of the task will determine what kind of glove a professional requires.