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TOPIC: Safety-footwear

Safety Footwear: Keys to Protect Your Worker's Feet


Foot injuries can be quite painful… and costly. They can sideline a worker or a team and add tremendous cost to your bottom line. Of the 12 million work-related injuries that happen on average each year, the U.S. Department of Labor reports that 10% of those injuries are to the feet and ankles.

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Safety Footwear: Confessions of a Safety Shoe Specialist

There was a time when it was the norm for employers to tell their employees to go out and buy what they think they need to protect their feet. As the average employee is not an expert on safety footwear, most tend to focus on the style of the shoes worn by the people in their area, instead of selecting the shoes that will protect them the most. Unfortunately, there are some organizations that may still operate in this mode.

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How to Avoid Costly Foot Injuries and Minimize Your Costs

Of the 12 million work-related injuries, the U.S. Department of Labor reports that 10% of those injuries are to the feet and ankles. These injuries cost our businesses an average of five lost work days and a combined $600 million paid in workers compensation and lost production, a staggering number indeed.  

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The Anatomy of a Safety Shoe

Each year there are approximately 1.2 million foot and ankle injuries in the U.S.  These injuries cost our businesses an average of five lost work days and a combined $600 million paid in workers compensation and lost production.

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Safety Footwear Trends – What to look for?

Employers are not required to purchase shoes that are considered acceptable for personal use. However, if specific shoes are required that cannot be reasonably worn in everyday-life, it is the employer’s responsibility to purchase them.

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Why wear safety footwear?

According to the National Safety Council, only one out of four victims of job-related foot injury wear any type of safety shoes or boots. The remaining three are unaware of the benefits of protective footwear. 

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