Safety Footwear Simplified: The 2018 Safety Boots & Shoes Guide
Safety footwear should be straightforward. You need easy to recognise protection levels to suit the unique hazards and conditions of your site. Find the right protection, plus comfort, style and value with the new Enfield Safety Footwear Range for 2018.
Don’t forget, the EN345 safety footwear standard has be superseded by EN ISO 20345. Currently, EN345 grade footwear can still be worn, but new designs must be tested to the new, more rigorous standard.
We’ve carefully selected the 2018 series to meet industry requirements and new legislation. There’s a complete range of sizes and styles – including extra-wide fit – in stock for next day B412 delivery.
Safety Boots and Shoes Range – 2018
The Basics range combines quality and robustness with great value pricing. Even at the Basics level, you’ll find 200 joule resistant toecaps and midsole penetration resistance – the minimum protection level provided across the entire range. The Basics range also includes antistatic sole options.
With the Contractor range you can be sure of comfort and durability for everyday use in tough environments within contractor roles. Antistatic soles and up to 300˚C heat resistant options are available.
After extra comfort and additional protection? The Contractor Plus+ range offers the ultimate comfort in safety boots. All options in this range include antistatic soles and heat resistance up to 300˚C.
For specialist tasks you need a specialist safety boot. The Specialist range provides superior protection and unique high-performance benefits including a waterproof option. This range uses composite materials, making the boots metal free – ideal for environments where team members must cross security scanners regularly.
The Ladies range provides full specification safety shoes and boots specially designed for a more comfortable fit for female workers. The range includes a waterproof option, as well as metal free designs and antistatic soles across the board.
The Industrial range offers choice and performance for warehouse and transport applications. These metal free boots include waterproof and heat resistant options while ensuring breathability.
When smart appearance and safety must go together – perhaps for managerial roles and those important site visits – the Formal range delivers. While more formal in appearance, these designs still pack a punch in the safety department, with 200 joules toecaps, midsole protection and antistatic soles.
Lightweight and comfortable to wear for extended periods, the Safety Trainer range provides a great choice when bulkier boots aren’t practical. Includes metal free options.
For wet conditions, the Wellingtons range offers full safety protection and antistatic soles in a choice of styles, including above the knee waders.
“The selection of foot protection depends primarily on the hazard. However, comfort, style and durability should also be considered. The choice should be made on the basis of suitability for protection, compatibility with the work and the requirements of the user. Safety footwear would be maintained in good condition, checked regularly and discarded if worn or deteriorated”
- Guidance from Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992.
Ready to discover exceptional value and upgrade safety footwear standards for your team? Shop online today or call to speak to one of our dedicated Safety Champions on: 0333 003 5710.
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