Safety, Protective and Occupational Shoes for industrial purposes are tested according to different standards. We produce footwear according to European standards. The standards and corresponding products are shown in the following overview:
Furthermore, in India we have the BIS:15298 standard. This standard stipulates the safety requirements and tests for Safety, Protective and Occupational footwear.
Safety is everybody’s business. An accident prevented is a benefit and an accident compensated is an apology. Industrial safety can not be achieved by legislation alone. Acceptance of this social measure by the management and realization by everyone is important to create a favorable work environment and contribute to safety operations/ In order to raise the level of productivity, it is important that manpower is properly looked after and motivated. It has been well recognized now by the industries, that integrating safety into business contributes significant benefits in terms of cost savings, productivity and quality improvements, in addition to saving precious human lives. When we quote safety, we basically mean freedom from exposure to non-tolerable risk.
Human by nature are risk takers, particularly in this part of the world. Through principally no body allows him to get hurt but at times it is the failure in understanding Safety Management System requirement as under OHSAS – 18001. Personal protective equipment plays a vital role in reducing severity of consequences. Current research and development in the area of PPE has revolutionize the total concept on use of PPE. It has changed the perception of workmen to wear them not only for their safety but has given a sense of glamour.
Toe and Sole Protection
Right Protection and Solutions
The wrong show size can cause or aggravate foot aliments. The right shoe can often prevent problems. So wearing the right shoe is vital to foot health. Follow theses checklist when you buy shoes. Be sure they measure up.
Slip resistance of safety, protective and occupational shoes
In the new standard, following three slip resistance limits are defined since beginning of 2008 and as per new standard the footwear should fulfill one of these three requirements: