Alert number: A12/0364/19

Product:  Work gloves

Name: Working Gloves

Batch number / Barcode:  07/18 - 8718964007691

Type of alert: Serious

Category: Clothing, textiles and fashion items

Brand: Werckmann

Type / number of model:  2512140

Risk type: Chemical
The product contains Chromium (VI) (measured value: 16.1 mg/kg)
Chromium (VI) is classified as sensitising and may trigger allergic reactions on contact with the skin. 

The product does not comply with the REACH regulation.


Measures taken by economic operators: Recall of the product from end users (By: Distributor)


Description:  Grey and white textile and leather work gloves.

Country of origin: China

Alert submitted by: Germany

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