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TOP 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN PURCHASING SAFETY SHOES

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Choosing safety footwear can be confusing, here's a guide with the 

TOP 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN PURCHASING SAFETY FOOTWEAR.

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The Yellow Rectangle

Posted by Katherine Burlock on

Or What’s With Static-Dissipative Shoes Anyway? If you work in manufacturing of electronic products, your protective footwear needs are very different from someone who works in a trade such as construction. If you’ve ever received a shock from walking across a carpet, or getting out of your car in the winter, you know that your body is a good conductor of electricity. When working with electronics, this can be dangerous – the electrical charge is enough to damage both the parts and the equipment. Enter static-dissipative footwear. Static-dissipative shoes allow the electricity in your body to flow between you and...

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Insoles

Posted by Katherine Burlock on

Because Life is Too Short to Wear Boots That Hurt Your Feet Even when you’ve done everything right and picked a work boot that fits properly and is the right size, after a few months, you may start to notice that your feet are sore at the end of the day or that your arches hurt. Standing all day is tough on your feet, and even with good work socks you may find that you need a little more support, enter insoles. It used to be that insoles were primarily for adjusting the fit of shoes – making shoes that...

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Composite Safety Shoes – What Exactly Are They?

Posted by Katherine Burlock on

For a long time, wearing safety footwear meant wearing steel toed boots. Steel toed boots are great, but they have some definite drawbacks, the biggest one being their weight. Steel toed boots are heavy and if your job involves doing a lot of walking, the extra weight can take a toll. Fortunately, there’s now an alternative that is still CSA approved but is lighter than steel toed boots – composite. As the name suggests, composite safety footwear is made up of multiple materials that together, give the same safety as steel toed shoes. The most common formulation of the composite...

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Winter Work Hazards – Slips and Falls

Posted by Katherine Burlock on

Icy weather brings added danger to the Canadian worksite. Even if your job is predominantly indoors, slips and falls on icy sidewalks, parking lots, or on slush brought in from outside can cause serious injuries to Canadian workers. While there is no way to completely eliminate the risks presented by icy and wet weather, there are ways to lower the chances of slips and falls in the workplace and help keep everyone safe this winter. Ice is not nice If you ask most people to think of winter ice, they’ll describe an opaque layer of frozen water on the sidewalk...

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