Safety shoes

Safety shoes for foot protection
On a construction site, safety shoes are an essential clothing accessory. They protect the feet against falling heavy objects and against impacts.

The first safety shoes worn on construction sites were not very comfortable. Since then, much progress has been made to develop lighter and more flexible protective footwear.

At Dulary, we offer several ranges of safety shoes so that everyone can find the right pair for their job.

Our technical range is mainly aimed at professionals who work daily on the most risky sites.

If you need lighter shoes, opt for the models in our sport range. They are ideal for domestic and professional sites.

Our casual range is aimed at people who have a different style but the shoes are as efficient as the rest of the range. These shoes are also suitable for domestic and professional work.

How to choose the right safety shoe?
Depending on the style, the shoe can offer varying degrees of foot protection. You must choose your model according to the risks to which your profession is exposed and according to the type of site.

Safety shoes are usually fitted with a protective metal toecap. It acts as a shield in the event of a heavy object falling.

The sole is also an element to which you must pay attention. A non-slip sole prevents slipping when you're moving on certain surfaces or when the floor is strewn with oil or other liquid stains.

During a construction site, different debris can accumulate on the ground. Choosing safety shoes with a perforation-resistant sole significantly reduces the risk of injury from metal debris.

This type of shoe is also used to protect the feet and ankles against the risk of cuts. Likewise, some models are designed to improve ankle support.

In the case of a site requiring electrical work, make sure to wear safety shoes providing electrical insulation and anti-electrostatic protection.

Similarly, in case of exposure to fire risks or high heat situations, opt for a shoe made of a water-repellent material.

The different standards applicable to safety shoes:
●      ISO 20345:2011
●      Non-slip properties: SRA, SRB and SRC
●      Perforation resistance: P
●      Hydrocarbon resistance: FO
●      Anti-static properties A
●      Shock-absorbing heel: J
●      Water repellent: WRU
●      Resistance to heat: HRO
●      Electrostatic overload dissipation: ESD
●      Insulation against cold: CI
●      Insulation against heat: HI

Note that several pairs of safety shoes are often useful for people accustomed to navigating between different types of construction sites.
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