Metal-free safety boots are one thing, but safety boots that protect wearers against electrical risks of 18KV are another. These are classed as Electrical Hazard Safety Boots.
For a workforce that is regularly close to rail, cabling and wiring and indeed, electrical equipment and machinery, you need Electrical Hazard Safety Boots that exceed EN and EH safety standards – EN ISO 20345:2011 SB P CI E FO WRU HRO WR SRC | ASTM F 2413-11 I/75 C/75 EH PR | AS/NZS 2210.3:2009 SB P CI E FO WRU HRO WR SRC (phew).
Gorilla Safety provides two pairs of genuine Electrical Hazard Safety Boots. The Rock Fall Power RF900 and PowerMax RF800 are metal-free SB Electrical Hazard Safety Boots. Stylish, lightweight and made to the afore-mentioned EN and EH standards, as well as being 100% non-metallic, fully waterproof and featuring a climate-breathable footbed, both boots are climbing irons-compatible for those working in the utilities industries. So no need for clunky add-ons and accessories.
When it comes to electrical hazards, don’t monkey around, speak to Gorilla Safety.