Note: SafetyKnife.com manufactures and distributes all the products you find on this site.

At SafetyKnife, our design philosophy is simple:

Utility knives should be used to cut material, not people.

Inadvertent puncture and laceration injuries are one of the three most frequent causes of lost time accidents in industry.*


If your company uses knives in the work place, chances are that you are all too familiar with employee accidents caused by open-bladed utility knives. Our knives will:

  • STOP Injuries
  • STOP Lost production time
  • STOP Increased Workmen’s Compensation Insurance claims.


Safety by Design

At SafetyKnife, we offer a wide range of truly innovative knife designs that provide effortless protection from puncture and laceration dangers.

Our knives’ safety designs feature:

  • Protected blades to prevent lacerations
  • No sharp points to prevent dangerous puncture wounds.

“Not just modified razor knives…”

Our complete line of patented products are innovative tools designed with user safety in mind.

Our knives’ unique, ergonomic handles offer:

  • Sure grip
  • Superb power
  • Superior control

These allow cuts to be made by pulling the knife safely toward the user in a natural cutting motion. This offers superior safety over open-bladed knives by eliminating the dangers associated with slippage.

We offer a complete line of patented Safety Knives to fit your needs.

Our plastic knife designs are lightweight and tough.

Our all-metal knives are made from aircraft-grade, anodized aluminum and offer replaceable blades.

All our knives come complete with super-sharp stainless steel blades and offer extreme resistance to environmental degradation.

Tour our site and learn about the different knives, their uses, and their advantages.

Contact us if you have any questions or wish to order our products.


Call toll free (844) 665-0230


*Industrial Accident Prevention Association, Lost Time Injury Analysis, Dec. 2004
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Accident Statistics 2004