Solid Gear offers occupational shoes that are comfortable and lightweight with great design. They are also certified to keep your feet safe.
ISO 20345:2011 is an EN standard that specifies basic and additional (optional) requirements for safety footwear used for general purpose. It includes, for example, mechanical risks, slip resistance, thermal risks and ergonomic behaviour.
Fully enclosed heel
Electrical resistance (between 0.1-1000 MegaOhms)
Energy absorption in the heel area (tested at 20 Joules)
Occupational shoes are a type of work shoes that protect your feet against various risks in your work environment, but lack a toe cap. They can have features such as electrical resistance, penetration resistant outsoles, slip resistance and waterproof upper parts. The O marking indicates that they meet the basic requirements for professional shoes according to EN standard ISO 20347. Protection against various risks is defined in safety classes ranging from O1 to O5.
The safety table on the shoe's product page shows which protective features a specific shoe has.