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Stand tall in even the worst conditions. The OverDrive 8” Wide features Waterproof Pro construction which utilizes waterproof full-grain leather and waterproof membrane to keep moisture out and keep you dry as a bone. Built on the OverDrive heavy-duty platform for maximum stability and superior protection in tough and treacherous working environments.
Part # JSTWK201
Part # RBSGB00123
Part # TIB92671
Part # TIBA1GT9065
It's not an option to slack off when your feet feel this good. Our Powertrain safety-toe shoes combine lightweight performance with athletic style and work boot protection, finished off with conductive, slip- and oil-resistant outsoles.
Part # WGIRB4041
Extremely Lightweight and Flexible Reebok Work RB4041 Sublite Cushion Work Alloy Toe Athletic Oxford with Electrical Hazard Protection and MemoryTech Massage Cushion Footbed. This Sublite Cushion Work achieves maximum lightness and flexibility in a work shoe. With deep flex grooves, the SubLite foam midsole reduces weight and allows for greater range of motion. Rubber pads provide traction at heel strike and forefoot takeoff while minimizing weight. Mesh uppers allow for ultimate breathability and moisture transfer for all day cooling comfort. A MemoryTech Massage footbed adapts to the unique contours of your foot. Meets ASTM F2413 Safety Standards.
Having the proper shoes for the job is critical, but when it comes to safety shoes and boots, one size does not ﬁt all. From our experience, we've seen how sub-par personal protective equipment, sloppy safety procedures, and improper training can be very costly. OSHA estimates that occupational injuries and illnesses cost businesses $170 billion every year.
Foot, toe and ankle injuries are no diﬀerent. The average foot injury costs $9,600. Beyond the loss of production time, medical expenses and worker compensation, foot injuries account for an average of 10 days away from work. To prevent injuries and decreased productivity, employees should take breaks throughout the day to rehydrate and rest their feet. But the responsibility does not lie solely with employees. Employers can do their part to protect workers from foot injuries by investing in a safety shoe program.
A safety shoe program allows an expert to administer supplying your team with the proper shoes to do their job safely. It transfers the manual tasks of budgeting, ordering, tracking eligibility and participation, invoicing, and reporting on to a software program built speciﬁcally to do to those things for you. ORR Safety’s shoe program also gives you the ﬂexibility to customize the shoes available to your employees based on their location, job role, department or any other speciﬁcation you require.
And when ORR Safety is your safety shoe program administrator, you also receive the added beneﬁt of over 70 years of experience protecting America’s workforce.
Your employees need the proper shoes or boots do their jobs safely. When employees are left to purchase their own, it’s diﬃcult to ensure that everyone is purchasing the correct type of safety shoe for their job. You are busy and you're likely juggling multiple responsibilities at work. Manually managing which employees have purchased shoes and then reimbursing each of them in addition to your other tasks can be daunting but partnering with ORR Safety to implement a safety shoe program will make your life much easier.
Easily keep your records in order, including invoices, purchases by location or department, accounts payable history, and employee purchase history. You can also track employee eligibility and keep your spending in check with your allotted budget. Simplify your day-to-day program operations with easily searchable records. You'll also have access to detailed self-service reporting.
Software that keeps track of everything in your program is quickly becoming a must-have. Going digital gives you the tools you need to quickly and eﬃciently manage your program, without the headache of dealing with stacks of paperwork.
ORR Safety’s shoe program comes with access to dedicated safety experts who are available to answer any question before or after a purchase. Plus, hassle-free returns make getting the right shoes for your team easy.
Broken foot, stress fractures, broken toes and severe heel injuries are among the more common workers’ compensation foot injuries. Close proximity to machinery combined with the time employees spend on their feet can be a recipe for disaster. Employees who stand in the same place for an extended period of time put themselves at risk for weakened foot muscles, which can lead to sprains and strains. To avoid injuries, it is best to invest in safety footwear that provides arch support and good traction to accommodate the variety of environments employees may be exposed to.
Whether your employees are full-time, part-time or contractors, there is no excuse for not having the proper safety shoes for the job. Safety shoes prevent injuries from slips, trips, falls, as well as electric shocks. With features such as puncture resistant and anti-fatigue insoles, employees are not only more comfortable throughout their shift but protected from harmful objects that can fall and crush, or penetrate the foot.
CLEANFEET® Technology is a unique microbe odor eating bacteria introduced to the footbed material of the shoe. The microbes feed oﬀ of sweat and odor causing bacteria to help keep feet clean and odor free. On contact with sweat the CLEANFEET® microbes begin producing enzymes that aid in breaking down sweat and other materials. The microbes overpower the other bacteria and replace them. When there is no more sweat to breakdown only water vapor and carbon dioxide are left behind.
Rebound, Bogs’ proprietary cushioning technology, provides a shock absorbing cushion and foot support that lasts the life of the product. Rebound performs well in cold conditions and doesn’t compact down like other cushioning materials such as ethel vinyl acetate, poly synthetic leather, gel, etc.
Waterproof boots can lock in sweat but Timberland PRO StepVent™ technology helps keep your feet dry and comfortable. As you walk fresh air enters through intakes around the ankle then your step pushes it through the midsole and into the toe. Additionally, our WICKWORK® lining helps pull sweat away from your foot and excess moisture is released through the footbed exhaust channel.
Wolverine CarbonMax™ is a safety toe that uses nanotechnology to create the most advanced combination of protection and light weight comfort. The result is a toe cap that’s lighter, reducing strain on your legs and feet all day long. The CarbonMax™walls are thinner providing more room for better comfort. This toe cap is designed to meet ASTM safety standards and provide protection from dangerous falling objects.
There are wide variety of safety footwear standards that exist to give you the proper guidelines for protecting yourself and your team. The two main regulatory bodies that create regulations and testing standards around safety footwear are Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM International). Listed below are some of the main safety footwear standards:
We can help you manage your safety program, control costs and standardize equipment. Contact a safety expert at ORR today to learn about: