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  1. U-Power Matt S3 SRC CI ESD Low-top safety shoes

    U-Power Matt S3 SRC CI ESD Low-top safety shoes

    Autumn/winter - upper in water-repellent Putek star - toe cap Airtoe Aluminium - DGUV 112-191 - Red Leve line - New U Power advertisement with Gerard Butler
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    As low as £73.74 Regular Price £86.79
  2. Geox Diadora GLOVE TECH HIGH S3 ESD Safety Boots

    Geox Diadora GLOVE TECH HIGH S3 ESD Safety Boots

    Safety ankle boots - Fall/Winter - Breathable System By Geox -
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    As low as £120.10 Regular Price £128.77
  3. Sparco Cup S1P SRC Safety shoes

    Sparco Cup S1P SRC Safety shoes

    spring/summer - sizes 35/46 - jacquard fabric - metal free
    As low as £60.43 Regular Price £69.45
  4. Safety boots Dike Superb H S3

    Safety boots Dike Superb H S3

    As low as £102.84
  5. Sparco Nitro S3 SRC Safety shoes

    Sparco Nitro S3 SRC Safety shoes

    fall/winter - microfiber and suede - water repellent
    As low as £67.82 Regular Price £85.84
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Updated on 21/07/24

Discover the Best Safety Footwear to Protect Your Feet

Essential Features to Look for in Safety Footwear

When it comes to working in hazardous environments, safety should always come first. One of the most important pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) for any worker is safety footwear. But with so many options on the market, how can you know which is the best for your needs?

Here are some essential features to look for in safety footwear:

Toe Protection

Many workplace injuries involve the feet, and particularly the toes. Look for safety footwear with a reinforced toe cap that can protect your toes from falling objects, compression, or impact. Steel, aluminum, or composite materials are often used for this purpose.

Slip Resistance

Slips and falls are also common workplace hazards. Make sure your safety footwear has a slip-resistant sole with a high coefficient of friction. This can help prevent accidents on wet or oily surfaces.

Electrical Hazard Protection

If you work around electricity or electrical equipment, you need safety footwear with electrical hazard protection. This means that the sole and heel of the shoe are non-conductive and can help prevent electrical shocks.

Comfort and Fit

Last but not least, safety footwear should be comfortable and fit well. Look for shoes with ample cushioning and support, as well as a good fit in the heel and toe box. Your safety footwear should feel comfortable and snug without being too tight.

By prioritizing these essential features, you can choose the best safety footwear to protect your feet on the job.

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