3rd Council in the UK makes Venom Defender Gloves a legal requirement when applying for a DWA
After carefully considering the important role of Venom Defender Gloves as a first line of defence when handling venomous snakes, the Bolsover District Council has followed 2 other councils in making owning a pair of Hexarmor 3180 R8E Venom Defender Gloves a legal requirement when applying for a DWA (Dangerous Wild Animals Liscence).
Snake Professional supplies MOD (Ministry of Defence) in Afghanistan
To date, when venomous snakes unwittingly entered the compounds of army bases in Afghanistan, they would encounter local guards. These guards would then try to kill the snakes, which we all know can cause more danger to these people themselves as a threatened snake is an even more deadly snake!
Training & Feeding Nile Crocodiles at Faunia in Madrid
Adder Research and Venom Defender Snake Handling Gloves
We regularly communicate with reptile experts and it's always great to hear of the work they are doing and how our products have been able to assist them. A team of Dutch Adder researchers recently sent us a copy of an article which featured in the March edition of Schubben & Slijm. In the following article they discuss how the venom defender gloves have improved their safety whilst handling the adders.
Ian Stephen demonstrates the Venom Defender Gloves at London Zoo
We're back at London Zoo where Dr Ian Stephen demonstrates some of the applications for the Venom Defender handling Gloves - and how they are used on a range of reptiles to improve safety at the Zoo. Check out the videos below for more information: