The difference between anti-smashing shoes and safety shoes
The anti-smashing shoes and the steel-toed shoes are the same type, that is, the safety shoes that protect the toes.
Safety shoes and safety shoes are safe for the foot and have the same meaning. There are many types, such as protection of toes, puncture resistance, insulation, acid and alkali resistance.
Safety shoes use specification
Oil-proof shoes are used in areas where oil or oil is splashed; waterproof shoes are used in workplaces where water or water is splashed; and shoes are used for foot protection of low-temperature workers to protect against frostbite.
Anti-piercing shoes are used for foot protection to prevent stab wounds from various sharp objects.
The main function of the anti-smashing shoes is to prevent the falling objects from hurting the feet. The front head of the shoe has an impact resistant material.
The main function of steelmaking shoes is to prevent burning and puncturing. It should be able to withstand a certain static pressure and withstand certain temperatures and is not flammable. These shoes are suitable for smelting, furnace, cast iron and so on.
In addition to the above, there are some special shoe covers, such as canvas, asbestos, and aluminum film cover.
Selection and maintenance of protective shoes The selection of protective shoes should be based on the nature of the work environment and the degree of hazard. Protective shoes should have a product certificate and product specifications. Read the instructions according to the conditions used before use, and the method should be correct. Special protective shoes should be inspected and kept clean after use and stored in a non-polluting and dry place.
Selection and use of protective footwear
First, in addition to the appropriate type of protective footwear, it is also necessary to fit the foot and wear it to make people feel comfortable. It is very important to carefully select the appropriate shoe size.
Second, the protective shoes should have a non-slip design, not only to protect the human foot from injury, but also to prevent accidents caused by the operator being slipped.
Third, a variety of different performance protective shoes, to achieve their respective protective performance of technical indicators, such as the toes are not bruised, the soles of the feet are not stabbed, insulated and conductive requirements. But safety shoes are not omnipotent.
Fourth, the use of protective shoes should be carefully checked or tested. In electrical and acid-base operations, damaged and cracked protective shoes are dangerous.
5. Protective shoes should be properly kept after use. Rubber shoes should be rinsed with water or disinfectant and dried to extend the service life.
Anti-smashing shoes and safety shoes