Safety Boots Protect Feet From Water and Other Dangers
Make sure to keep all ten toes safe on employees' feet by keeping a stock of safety boots in your supply closets, warehouses and company trucks. From loose nails and screwdrivers to box cutters and hammers, there are a lot of dangers on the average construction site that can cause damage to feet, and safety boots can make the difference between a productive workday and a trip to the medical clinic. Waterproof boots can protect your landscaping crew as it trudges through muddy lawns to plant grass and through puddles of water to get to hedges. Steel-toed work boots in a bustling warehouse can protect toes and feet from a nail stuck out the wrong way on a pallet or from being injured by a stray hand cart.
Avoid Workplace Accidents in Your Warehouse
Quill carries Dickies and Blundstone safety boots so that your workers can stroll through the warehouse without constantly looking around for dangerous debris on the floor. Protect feet from the weight of a falling pallet or bookshelf with reinforced boots that feature steel toes. These boots don't bend or give when hit with heavy weight, providing a safeguard for your employees' toes. Most of them feature a thick rubber sole to keep sharp debris from getting through to feet and prevent slipping on a slick concrete floor.
Waterproof Safety Boots for Your Landscaping Crew
Keep a stock of Mutual Industries or Servus waterproof work boots on the company truck to protect your landscaping crew from stagnate water, especially on cold days. Keeping your staff members' feet dry in the winter is one of the first safeguards against injury from the cold, and waterproof mid-calf boots are the right tool for the job. Made from heavy PVC material, these boots can also protect against sharp tree branches or sharp hedge cutters left on the ground. You can even order these work boots with built-in socks for additional warmth for your staff.
Construction Sites Need Safety Boots
Protect workers on a construction crew from loose nails, broken glass and a myriad of other sharp objects with safety boots featuring thick soles and steel-toed construction. Each time your crew cracks open a crate with a sink or appliance inside, some of those heavy metal staples can fly loose and remain on the ground for someone else to step on, making safety boots essential. Sanita Footwear stands up to all the common dangers on a construction site. Keep a few extra pairs of safety boots in varied sizes on hand for people who stop by to see how the project is going. Look for pairs of boots with rubber soles to keep slips and falls from happening on a muddy or wet job site.