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safety shoe

Safety shoe

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What is Safety Shoe for?

Often referred to as steel toe cap boots or rigger boots, safety boot and safety shoe come in a variety of styles and fittings depending on your requirements and what the needs are within your role. If you’re someone that does a lot of work outdoors on a construction site for example, a pair of safety boots with a solid, substantial sole is probably the wisest option as they will provide you with the best protection against the elements as well as any hazards. On the flip side, a pair of safety boots may not be needed if you work in a kitchen, here safety shoes with a slip-resistant sole are likely to serve you better.

Not only have safety boots served a practical purpose, but they have also had their moments in fashion too, particularly in the skinhead and punk subcultures where an industrial/military look is the one to go for.

Here we’re going to take a look at what makes a safety shoe and why, as well as the different types available and what you should look out for when buying safety footwear.

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  • Durable quality
  • Stylish
  • Sirim Certified
  • Economical
  • Suitable for many sectors


Safety Footwear

Protective footwear / Safety Shoe worn in the workplace is designed to protect the foot from physical hazards such as falling objects, stepping on sharp objects, heat and cold, wet and slippery surfaces, or exposure to corrosive chemicals.

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Safety shoes are used for all manner of jobs that require foot protection. From kitchens to construction, warehousing and factory work, safety boots or shoes might be required. However different safety footwear is made to suit different conditions. All safety shoes are graded for compliancy to a certain criteria, depending on the type of conditions they’re created for. Most safety footwear can be identified easily with specific symbols that are often found on the sole. Below is a breakdown of the standard European symbols and classifications used to grade safety footwear.

What is the standard for safety shoes?

SB – A toe cap capable of withstanding an impact up to 200 joules. This is the basic level for safety footwear.

S1-A toe cap capable of withstanding an impact up to 200 joules as well as a
fully enclosed heel and anti-static properties within the sole.

S2- A toe cap capable of withstanding an impact up to 200 joules as well as a
fully enclosed heel, anti-static properties and water resistant.

S3- The same as S2 plus penetration resistance and a cleated sole.

S4- 200 joule toe cap protection and all rubber or polymeric outsole and
upper with anti-static properties and energy absorbing insole.

S5- The same as S4 plus penetration resistance and cleated outsole.

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