Don't forget about how slick them rubber gloves are! Cooking in a comp on an asphalt parking lot not too long ago, I juggled a 14 pound brisket when it slipped like I was trying to hold onto one of those old water weenies. I had it, then I lost it several times. By the time I picked it up off of the parking lot, it look like I completely covered it with coarse ground sea salt.
But wait, wifey went to the local Wal-Mart and bought a cheap flat and my first hot and fast was on the smoker about an hour later. I took 3rd place with that brisket. I dunked the one I dropped and scrubbed with clean water several times and gave it to my starving artist daughter and her roommate. They said it was the best brisket they had ever had.
Mums the word on that one.
So, hang on tight when transferring brisket to wrap, pan or whatever.