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• This safety footwear complies with the EC Directive for Personal Protective Equipment (Directive 89/686/EEC) and meets the requirements of the European standard EN ISO 20345:2011.  It is certified by Intertek Testing Services (Leicester) Ltd, Centre Court, Meridian Business Park, Leicester, LE19 1WD, Notified Body no 0362.
• Footwear is manufactured using both synthetic and natural materials which conform to the relevant sections of EN ISO 20345 for performance and quality.
• The footwear protects the wearer’s toes against risk of injury from falling objects and crushing when worn in industrial and commercial environments where potential hazards occur with the following protection plus, where applicable, additional protection.
 Impact protection provided is 200 Joules.
 Compression protection provided is 15,000 Newtons.
Additional protection may be provided, and is identified on the product by its marking as follows:


Conductive (maximum resistance 100 kW)        C
Antistatic (resistance range of 100 kW to 1000 MW) A
Insulating I
Resistance to inimical environments:  
Insulation against cold CI
Insulation against heat HI
Energy absorption of seat region (20 Joules)   E
Water resistance WR
Metatarsal protection M
Ankle protection AN
Water resistant upper
Cut resistant upper CR
Heat resistant outsole (300°C) HRO
• It is important that the footwear selected for wear must be suitable for the protection required and wear environment.
 Where a wear environment is not known, it is very important that consultation is carried out between the seller and the purchaser to ensure, where possible, the correct footwear is provided.
• To ensure the best service and wear from footwear, it is important that the footwear is regularly cleaned and treated with a good proprietary cleaning product.  Do not use any caustic cleaning agents.  Where footwear is subjected to wet conditions, it shall, after use, be allowed to dry naturally in a cool, dry area and not be force dried as this can cause deterioration of the upper material.
• This footwear has been successfully tested against PM 144 for Slip Resistance. Slippage may still occur in certain environments.
• Antistatic footwear should be used if it is necessary to minimize electrostatic build-up by dissipating electrostatic charges, thus avoiding the risk of spark ignition of, for example flammable substances and vapours, and if the risk of electric shock from any electrical apparatus or live parts has not been completely eliminated. It should be noted, however, that antistatic footwear cannot guarantee an adequate protection against electric shock as it introduces only a resistance between foot and floor. If the risk of electric shock has not been completely eliminated, additional measures to avoid this risk are essential. Such measures, as well as the additional tests mentioned below, should be a routine part of the accident prevention programme at the workplace.
• Experience has shown that, for antistatic purposes, the discharge path through a product should normally have an electrical resistance of less than 1 000 MΩ at any time throughout its useful life. A value of 100 KΩ is specified as the lowest limit of resistance of a product when new, in order to ensure some limited protection against dangerous electric shock or ignition in the event of any electrical apparatus becoming defective when operating at voltages of up to 250 V. However, under certain conditions, users should be aware that the footwear might give inadequate protection and additional provisions to protect the wearer should be taken at all times.
• The electrical resistance of this type of footwear can be changed significantly by flexing, contamination or moisture. This footwear will not perform its intended function if worn in wet conditions. It is, therefore, necessary to ensure that the product is capable of fulfilling its designed function of dissipating electrostatic charges and also of giving some protection during the whole of its life. The user is recommended to establish an in-house test for electrical resistance and use it at regular and frequent intervals.
• Classification I footwear can absorb moisture if worn for prolonged periods and in moist and wet conditions can become conductive.
• If the footwear is worn in conditions where the soling material becomes contaminated, wearers should always check the electrical properties of the footwear before entering a hazard area.
• In use, no insulating elements, with the exception of normal hose, should be introduced between the inner sole of the footwear and the foot of the wearer. If any insert is put between the inner sole and the foot, the combination footwear / insert should be checked for its electrical properties.
 If the footwear is cared for and worn in the correct working environment and stored in dry ventilated conditions, it should give a good wear life, without premature failure of the outsole, upper and upper stitching.  The actual wear life for footwear is dependent on the type of footwear, environmental conditions which can effect the wear, contamination and degradation of the product.
Examples of markings
Firm Identification Mark
CE CE mark
EN ISO 20345:2004 Number of European Standard
9 (43)
Footwear size
II 05 Date of manufacture
SB Category of protection
A Additional property code, e.g. Antistatic
GR1 Group identification
Marking on footwear denotes that the footwear is licensed according to the PPE Directive and is as follows:
Examples of markings  Explanation
Additional Requirements
Basic safety footwear
S1 Closed seat region

Antistatic properties

Energy absorption of seat region


As S1 plus

Water penetration and water absorption


As S2 plus

Penetration resistance

Cleated outsole

Antistatic properties


Energy absorption of seat region


As S4 plus

Penetration resistance

Cleated outsole

• If the footwear becomes damaged, it will not continue to give the specified level of protection and to ensure that the wearer continues to receive the maximum protection, the footwear should immediately be replaced.
• The packaging provided with the footwear at the point of sale is to ensure that the footwear is delivered to the customer in the same condition as when dispatched; the carton can also be used for storing the footwear when not in wear.  When the boxed footwear is in storage, it should not have heavy objects placed on top of it, as this could cause breakdown of its packaging and possible damage to the footwear.
• The footwear is supplied with a removable full insock. Please note the testing was carried out with the removable full insock in place. The footwear shall only be used with a removable full insock in place. An uncomparable insock fitting will affect the protective properties of the footwear.

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