The website has been refreshed to incorporate a new design with enhanced navigation, including improvements to the TraffiSearch product finder.
The site features a new downloads section, which enables users to view and download brochures and data sheets.
In addition, its Industry Insights’ section allows professionals to access a comprehensive database outlining the requirements of health and safety regulations, HSE guidance and statistics.
It also provides helpful hand protection advice, following industry trends feedback.
With smartphone usage in the UK expected to reach 80% by 2017, the TraffiGlove website is now compatible with mobile devices.
Remote working increasing due to the popularity of smartphones and tablets in recent times; TraffiGlove’s new website allows its customers to access all the information they need when they’re out and about.
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