Composite Cap vs Steel Cap

Saturday, March 01, 2014

The most common type of work boot is the steel toe boot. Boots with a steel toe are heavier than their composite counterparts. They can withstand crushing and cutting. Composite toe boots are also a safety boot. In composite toe boots, a mix of several material form a composite shell and protect the toe region. The composite shell is typically constructed of a durable, non-metallic material such as carbon fiber, fiberglass or an impact-resistant plastic.    Read More . . .

Boots for the electrical industry... what are they ?

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Low conductivity is an extremely important and often over looked feature of safety boots.   Read More . . .

Does the employer have to provide safety boots

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The employer must provide safety boots that are suitable for the environment at no cost to the employee if a work place has hazards that could result in injury to the feet.   Read More . . .

Who invented the steel toe boot

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Before the development of the steel toes, workers wore wooden clogs or leather boots. The lack of protection led to work-related injuries.    Read More . . .

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