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  1. @WORKPLACEHOWWE PROTECTOURFEET “FeEtpROteCtIoN”

  2. iNDEX • What is Feet Protection ? Why it is Require? • Importance of Feet Protection & Structure • List Feet Protective Equipment • Feet Protection @ Workplace • Incident of Not to wear Feet Protection Equipment • Example Why Safety Shoes More Useful • Key Points of Safety Shoes • Types of Safety Shoes

  3. What is Feet Protection ? Why it is Require? • Safetyfootwear is designed to protect feet against a wide variety of injuries. Impact, compression, and puncture are the most common types of foot injury. Choose footwear according to the hazard. Refer to CSA Standard Z195-09 "Protective Footwear". • Why Required ?? • Protective, safety footwear is essential to ensure safe and healthy feet. • shoes protect your feet, help prevent injuries to them, and reduce the severity of injuries that may occur in the workplace.

  4. Importance of Feet Protection & Structure If you take care of your feet every day, you can lower your chances of losing a toe, foot, or leg. Managing your blood sugar can also help keep your feet healthy. Work with your health care team to make a diabetes plan that fits your lifestyle and includes foot care. The team may include your doctor, a diabetes educator, a nurse, a foot doctor (podiatrist) and other specialists who can help you manage your diabetes. • Foot care is very important for all people with diabetes, but even more so if you have: • pain or loss of feeling in your feet (numbness, tingling) • changes in the shape of your feet or toes • sores, cuts, or ulcers on your feet that do not heal Structure

  5. List Feet Protective Equipment • 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 the lower legs and feet.

  6. Feet Protection @ Workplace Problems Solution

  7. Incident of Not to wear Feet Protection Equipment

  8. Example Why Safety Shoes More Useful • Potential hazards requiring foot protection include: • Falling and rolling objects • Cuts and punctures • Chemicals • Electrical current • Extreme cold • Slips, trips, and falls • Wet environments • Potential footwear: • Leather safety footwear with synthetic stitching • Rubber, vinyl, plastic, or PVC compounds boots or overshoes • Safety shoes with non-slip rating soles • Footwear should have laces that wrap tight around the ankle

  9. Key Points of Safety Shoes Wash your feet every day. Keep the skin soft and smooth Keep the blood flowing to your feet. Wear shoes and socks at all times. Check your feet every day. Protect your feet from hot and cold. Smooth corns and calluses gently.  Be more active. Be sure to ask your health care team to:

  10. Types of Safety Shoes Dual Density Low Ankle Shoe Steel Toes shoes Fire Fighting Boot Bata Endura Low Ankle Steel Toe Shoe Respirex Di-electric Boot Speed Single Density Low Ankle shoe Half Gumboot Full Gumboot

  11. “Safety First” is “Safety Always.” T H A N  O Y K U For More Info Visit : www.suresafety.com