BS EN 345 or EN ISO 20345
High Risk Protection. Steel toecap tested too 200 joule. Class S
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Safety footwear is an essential part to your personal protective equipment (PPE). You will safety footwear when your work exposes you to hazards such as falling objects, sharp objects, moving machinery, electrical contact, abrasives, and similar circumstances may be at risk of a foot injury.
Safety footwear is intended to protect your feet against a variety of injuries. Impact, compression, and puncture are the most frequent types of foot injury.
When selecting your safety footwear you must make sure you leave plenty of toe room (usually about 12.5mm from the front) and there are allowances for additional socks or special arch supports.
You should make certain to monitor the condition of your footwear and when they are damaged or defective think about repairing or replacing them. If you choose not to replace your foot protection when needed then you are putting your feet at risk of injury.