The Dangers of Falling Objects

Dropped or falling objects are one the highest risks on a job-site. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 50,000 “struck by falling object” OSHA recordables every year in the United States. Magid and 3M have worked together to create a precaution checklist to help eliminate dropped item hazards. Download load it here.

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Helpful Tips
A Cut Resistant Glove Buying Guide

With such an extensive selection of cut resistant gloves available for workers and safety managers to choose from, we’ve created this guide to help you cut through the cut-resistant glove clutter. Learn the most important criteria to consider when choosing a cut resistant work glove including:

  • Application
  • Cut Level
  • Materials/Yarns
  • Palm Coating
  • Weight & Gauge


      A leading forestry equipment manufacturer:

      “The relationship we have with Magid is not your typical supplier relationship, it is more of a partnership. They come in and learn our business. Magid has a good understanding of our needs and wants so that they can help us resolve issues and find solutions quickly.”

      T.B. – Safety Director

      A leading glass fabrication company:

      “Our Magid sales rep helped us to find one of Magid’s multi-purpose ROC Gloves [style PF540] that was cut-resistant and low-linting. This one glove answered all of our needs.”

      S.I. – Laminating Manager

      A leading tractor manufacturer:

      “With the Magid ROC GP150 Work Glove we are saving over 19% on hand protection. That is significant.”

      L.B. – Technical Associate

      A leading automobile parts manufacturer:

      “Not only is Magid more affordable and the products they offer of a higher quality, their delivery service is unbeatable. Our supplies are always here when we need them.”

      D.C. – Storeroom Attendant

      A leading tractor manufacturer:

      “We saved nearly $100,000 annually by switching to two Magid ROC [glove] products. Style GP150 saved us $30,000 annually and with the PU50, we saved $61,000. Magid has definitely evolved right along with us.”

      J.L. – Supply Management Specialist

      A leading steel manufacturer:

      “If the protective garments are comfortable, the workers don’t mind wearing them all the time. Magid Sparkguard greens are made of cotton, so they’re lightweight and keep the workers cool. I’ve gotten lots of good feedback from employees.”

      C.F. – Safety Coordinator
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      Magid-Kevlar-GloveMagid-Kevlar-Glove-with-Grey Magid-Kevlar-Cape-SleeveMagid-Kevlar-Sleeve  Kevlar benefits anyone who works in an industry where cut protection is a necessity. Kevlar also delivers excellent heat resistance. When exposed to hot surfaces and sharp objects, workers need PPE that is going to stand up to challenges. And Kevlar stands tall as the perferred solution for many industries, including:

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      More About Magid
      Customizable Programs

      Safety is our sole focus. This specialized focus enables us to offer our customers an exclusive suite of services including: National Account Program, Supply Chain Management Program, PPE Vending Program, Government Programs and more.

      Customer Service

      Our knowledgeable and caring staff is always ready to help you, whether it’s responding to special requests or providing technical assistance concerning a product application. We will even come to your facility and evaluate all current applications to make recommendations for improved product solutions.