We source safety boots, shoes, trainers, sandals, wellingtons and waders from a number of the world’s leading manufacturers such as Portwest.
The boots and shoes that we supply are designed with protective toe caps and penetration-resistant mis-sole, gaiters, leggings, spats.
Footwear can have a variety of sole patterns and materials to help prevent slips in different conditions, including oil or chemical-resistant soles. It can also be anti-static, electrically conductive or thermally insulating. It is important that the appropriate footwear is selected for the risks identified.
We suggest reading our guide on Choosing the Right Footwear.
If you need help or advice on anything to do with safety footwear please call our knowledgable customer support staff on 01226 215 204.
Safety Footwear can be recognised by the following standard:
This international standard species basic and additional (optional) requirements for safety footwear used for general purposes. It includes, for example, mechanical risks, slip resistance, thermal risks, ergonomic behaviour.
The toecap protects the wearer’s toes against risk of injury from falling objects and crushing when worn in work environments where potential hazards may occur. The midsole protects against the foot being pierced by underfoot objects.
The classification system used to identify the protection provided by the footwear is listed:
Please view our Footwear Standards page for details of safety footwear standards:
EN ISO 20345:2011, EN 61340-4-3:2002, EN ISO 20437:2012, EN13832-2:2006, EN ISO 13287:2012, ASTM F2413-11