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Unite maintain a THERM commitment to gloves

After the membership reporting that thermal gloves would no longer be supplied to the workforce, Unite approached BYLOR to confirm the report.

The company confirmed their intentions to dis-continue thermal gloves.

Unite strongly disagreed. Urging that this would not sit well with the workforce.

BYLOR have now agreed to reinstate the thermal gloves.

There are also 17,000+ pairs in stock so there shouldn’t be any issues getting them from your local stores.

If there are issues with any PPE please speak with your supervisor or black hat.

If the issue persists speak with your local safety rep.

Kind regards

Samuel Thomas

Senior Safety Representative


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