Mens Lightweight S1P SRC Safety Trainers from Work-Guard
These are an airy and durable trainer in Black with Yellow highlights. They feature a hard-wearing upper material, with a Polycarbonate Composite toe cap, so suitable for light industrial use. Amazingly conformable for all day wear and keep you from slipping over with their SRC slip resistant rubber sole.
|Footwear Style||Trainers, Safety Trainers|
|Footwear Features||Antistatic, EVA Cushioned midsole, Polycarbonate Composite toe-cap, SRC - Slip resistance, Lightweight|
These are an airy and durable trainer in Black with Yellow highlights. They feature a hardwearing upper material, with a Polycarbonate Composite toe cap, so suitable for light industrial use. Amazingly conformable for all day wear and keep you from slipping over with their SRC slip resistant rubber sole.
Full feature list:
- Material: Artificial PU and Mesh.
- Mesh lining.
- Midsole: Composite
- Sole: EVA/Rubber
- Toe cap: Polycarbonate Composite
- EN 20345: 2011 S1P SRC.
- Lightweight low profile sports style.
- Polycarbonate composite toe cap.
- Composite midsole for underfoot protection.
- EVA/rubber sole.
- Scuff cap.
- SRC slip resistance.
- Reflective detail.
- Padded tongue.
- Comes with spare laces, black/grey, yellow/black and black.
Choose the right footwear
Most workplaces have varying requirements for the provision of safety footwear, which is why we offer a range within which you should be able to identify appropriate footwear to meet the needs of your workforce whatever the hazards identified in your risk assessment.
Whilst protection is paramount, with long wear periods, design and comfort are additional considerations. We therefore offer varying warehouse styles from executive lightweight trainers to heavy duty rigger boots.
EN ISO 20345:2011 is the current standard to which new and recently certified footwear has to conform. The standard to which footwear conforms will be identified on the product information label within the footwear.
The standard requires the inclusion of a 200 joule toecap for impact protection. In addition to the over arching requirements of the standards there are a number of progressive ratings which assist selection of footwear appropriate for varying workplace hazards, these are:
S1 – additionally featuring anti-static properties and fully enclosed and energy absorbing heel unit
S3 – additionally featuring cleated outsole and pierce resistant midsole. Additional protective features are built into the footwear and identified by the following suffixes:
- P – protection from upward penetration provided by a composite or steel midsole (not used in conjunction with S3)
- C – conductive properties helping to prevent the build-up of static (but no protection against electric shock)
- A – anti-static properties to prevent the build-up of static and give limited protection against electric shock from nominal mains voltage
Slips, trips and falls are an ever present hazard within most workplaces and safety footwear can play it’s part in preventing injury, particularly from slips, by featuring slip resistant soles.
For many years the test of choice for slip resistance has been SATRA’s TM144 standard which evaluates the performance of the sole unit on a water wet quarry tile.
Well established styles of footwear are likely to have been tested to TM144 and will be identified as such by the TM144 icon.
However with regard to new styles or footwear undergoing periodic re-testing the recently established EN ISO 13287 with it’s progressive SRA, SRB and SRC ratings has become more widely used.
Details of the EN ISO 13287 testing requirements are shown in the table below:
Slip resistance for industrial PPE footwear in Europe Marking symbols
Marking Footwear slip resistant on
SRA - Ceramic tile with 0.5% SLS solution
SRB - Steel with 90% glycerine
SRC - Both the above
The Result Work-Guard range is aimed at professional tradespeople who rely on their top notch functionality, dependability, comfort and amazing performance.
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