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Know the standards of safety shoes
Different regions and countries have slightly different specifications for safety shoes. The more common standards are as follows.
1. European common market safety standards (EN344.1:1992)
According to the testing methods and specifications of this standard, safety shoes can be divided into three types:
.EN345.1:1992: Safety shoes for professional use, with a built-in steel plate in the toe cap, which can resist the impact force equal to 200 joules (J).
.EN346.1:1992: Protective shoes for professional use, with built-in steel sheet in the toe cap, which can resist the impact force equal to 100 joules (J).
.EN347.1:1992: Work shoes for professional use without steel sheets inside the toe cap.
2. American standard (ANSI-Z41-1991)
According to the resistance of the shoes to compression and impact, safety shoes with protective toe caps can be divided into 3 types.
3. Australian Standard (AS/NZS 2210.1:1994)
This standard divides safety shoes into 4 types, including:
.Heavy duty work safety shoes
.medium work safety shoes
.Light work safety shoes
.Waterproof safety shoes
4. National Standard of the People's Republic of China
.G.B.4014-83 leather safety shoes
.G.B.7054-86 rubber surface anti-smashing safety boots
5. Japanese Standard (J1S-T-8015:1983)
Currently, the safety shoes dumped on the Hong Kong market are mainly from Europe, so the content of this article will be based on the safety standards of the European Community.