Designed to fit the larger feet of men.
Intended to withstand 30 pounds of impact resistance.
The OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.132(a), outlines the general requirements for protection of extremities. However, it is the employer's responsibility to determine the particular type of personal protective footwear needed.
It may be inappropriate to wear a clip-on, such as the Pro-tek-to, in certain situations, such as in climbing, working at high levels, or near areas containing exposed live parts of electrical circuits or equipment. Thus, it is the responsibility of the employer, prior to the OSHA inspection, to evaluate with good judgement the foot injury hazards of their specific situations and activities and decide whether foot protection is required and if so, what type must be worn.