How to choose safety shoes
First of all, there is generally one standard for labor insurance shoes (European standard EN 344:1997 "Special safety, protection and work shoes"). To put it bluntly, there must be a steel plate on the front of the shoe to wrap the toes. Generally speaking, in order to ensure this effect, the sole is generally thicker, which will cause the weight of the entire shoe to be heavier and it will be more difficult to walk. .
If you remove that layer of iron skin, you will basically not have the effect of safety protection. Basically, most of the weight of these shoes comes from this position. In order to reduce the weight, some brands will do some work on the soles to make the soles lighter. This way the user can also relax.
Before choosing shoes, you need to understand the main hazards. There are six main hazards:
1. Being rolled, collided or touched by a heavy object.
2. The sole or body of the shoe is pierced by a sharp object.
3. The surface is cut or torn by sharp objects.
4. The ground is slippery, slipping and falling.
5. Contact with chemicals or objects with relatively high temperature.
6. Working in an environment full of flammable gas, it is necessary to not generate static electricity, otherwise it is easy to explode.
In order to achieve this, some matters must be paid attention to in the production process of shoes, such as sole material, sole design, shoe body material, shoe body design, and toe cap selection. Generally, the toe cap will be equipped with a steel cap, which is mainly used to contain the toe to avoid being bumped or crushed. Porters, equipment maintenance personnel, cement workers, civil construction workers, etc. must ensure that the collision performance of the toe cap reaches more than 200 joules.
Under the above-mentioned conditions, the labor insurance shoes produced by our company try our best to make customers wear comfortable, breathable and beautiful.