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Foot Protection

OSHA stipulates in general industry standard 1910.136 Foot Protection that an employer is required to make sure a worker uses appropriate foot protection when there is a danger of foot injuries. The most common examples of foot injuries come from falling hazards, electrical hazards, and chemical hazards. We offer solutions to combat all of these hazards and keep your feet safe.