Certifications - 1
Meets or exceeds CSA Z195 grade 1
Safety Features: Green triangle indicates sole puncture protection with a grade 1 protective toe to withstand impacts up to 125 J* (comparable to a 22,7 Kg (50 lbs) weight dropped from 0,6 m). Sole puncture protection is designed to withstand a force not less than 1200 N (270 lbs) and resist to cracking after being subjected to 1,5 million flexes.
Recommended use: For any industry where there is a hazard from nails or other sharp objects, particularly in the construction industry.
Electric shock resistant outsole (ESR)
Safety Features: White rectangle with greek omega letter indicates outsole constructions that provide resistance to electric shock (18 000 volts and a leakage current not exceeding 1mA).
Recommended use: For all working environments where electrical shocks can be a hazard. Warning: Electric shock resistance deteriorates rapidly in a wet environment and with wear.
Meets or exceeds CSA Z195 standard
Safety Features: White label with green fir tree symbol indicates chainsaw protective footwear for applied load of 30 ± 0,5 N with a chain speed of 28 ± 1 m/s and a contact point 300 ± 2 mm from the center of the sprocket.
Recommended use: For forestry workers and other’s exposed to hand-held chainsaws or other cutting tools.
Metatarsal protection that meets or exceeds CSA Z195 standard
Safety Features: Grey rectangle indicates metatarsal protection to withstand impacts at an energy level of 101.75 J*.
Recommended use: For any industry where there is a risk of injuries due to falling objects.
Safety Features: The serialized label indicates certification by CSA International and is only available through CSA.
Recommended use: This label must be side-stitched or heat-sealed on the right shoe.
Meets or exceeds one or more clause of the ASTM F2413 (USA)
Standard certifying protective footwear for medical emergency operations.
Standard certifying protective footwear for forest firefighting.
Standard certifying protective footwear for the fight against structural fires.