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If a glove is damaged, determine whether only the outer glove is damaged or also the inner one/s.If only the outer glove is damaged, replace the torn glove. Be sure to applyproper glove hygiene. When the inner glove is also damaged, act as described below. Always report this as a high-risk incident.
If a damaged inner glove is discovered during the doffing process, disinfect the inner glove by putting the hand in the container with disinfectant. Put on a new inner glove on top of the broken one, so bare skin doesn’t come into contact with the coverall sleeve during doffing. Proceed calmly with the doffing process and do not forget to report this incident.