When a workplace hazard assessment shows that employees may encounter injury to feet and legs, campus management and supervisors should explore all possible engineering and work practice controls to eliminate hazards.

If these hazards cannot be eliminated through engineering and work practice controls, supervisors must require that the employees use appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE) to provide additional protection. Potential hazards include, but are not limited to, falling or rolling objects, punctures (including objects piercing the sole) electrical hazards, chemical hazards, burns (e.g., sparks or molten metal), and environmental and process hazards.

We at Adhitthana not only supply you with the best and the most durable Safety shoes which have gone through rigorous quality and durability test as per the International safety standards and certifications by certifying body such as CE, ISO etc.

Types available

  • Safety shoes — Safety shoes have impact-resistant toes and heat- resistant soles. Some shoes have metal insoles to protect against punctures.
  • Electrically conductive shoes – These shoes provide protection against the build-up of static electricity.
  • Electrical hazard, safety-toe shoes – These shoes are nonconductive and will prevent the wearer’s feet from completing an electrical circuit to the ground.
  • Foundry shoes – These shoes have built-in safety toes, insulate the feet from the extreme heat of molten metal, and keep hot metal from lodging in shoe.
  • Leggings – This garment protects the lower legs and feet from burn injuries from molten metal or welding sparks.
  • Toe guards – Toe guards fit over the toes of regular shoes to protect the toes from impact and compression hazards.
  • Metatarsal guards – These guards protect the instep area from impact and compression.
  • Combination foot and shin guards – These protect