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ANSI Z41.1 - MEN'S SAFETY-TOE FOOTWEAR - NOW COPYRIGHTED BY ASTM Organization: ANSI
Date: 1967-01-16
Description: This standard provides specifications, performance requirements, and methods of test for safety footwear designed primarily to protect the toes of the wearer.
ASTM F2413 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR PROTECTIVE (SAFETY) TOE CAP FOOTWEAR Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-07-01
Description: Any changes to the original components of safety toe footwear such as replacing or adding after market footbeds/inserts could cause failure to any or all parts of this standard rendering the ASTM marking invalid.
ASTM F2892 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR SOFT TOE PROTECTIVE FOOTWEAR (NON-SAFETY / NON-PROTECTIVE TOE) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-07-01
Description: This specification covers minimum requirements for the performance of footwear to provide protection against a variety of workplace hazards other than the toe area that can potentially result in injury.
NPFC - MIL-L-43585 - LASTS,FOOTWEAR,SHOE,SAFETY TOE,MEN'S,U.S.MIL-7 Organization: NPFC
CSA Z334 - OVER-THE-SHOE TOE PROTECTORS - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: Note: This type of protector should not be confused with fully-integrated safety footwear (as specified in CSA Z195). This Standard also provides requirements for slip-resisting over-the-shoe toe protectors.
BSI - BS 953 - METHODS OF TEST FOR SAFETY AND PROTECTIVE FOOTWEAR - AMD 3420: NOVEMBER 1980; AMD 4040: APRIL 1983; AMD 4968: OCTOBER 1985 Organization: BSI
Date: 1979-08-31
Description: Tests for impact resistance of safety toecaps, for impact and crushing resistance of the toes of footwear incorporating such toecaps, for thermal and chemical effects on non-metal toecaps, for resistance to nail penetration, corrosion and flexing of protective midsoles and for abrasion resistance of laces.
DS/EN 12203 + A1 - FOOTWEAR, LEATHER AND IMITATION LEATHER GOODS MANUFACTURING MACHINES - SHOE AND LEATHER PRESSES - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-09-16
Description: These machines are: - Sole attaching presses (open and closed types); - Sole and insole moulding machines; - Back part moulding machines; - Backer, lining and toe puff attaching presses; - Ironing presses; - Marking, stamping, labelling and embossing machines; - Stitch marking machines; - Upper preforming machines; - Automatic shoe and leather presses; a) Premoulding machines for thermoplastic counters and counter forming machines; b) Integrated manufacturing systems; c) Presses with mobile stations and rotary configuration; - Folding presses; - Activating presses; - Relasting and last slipping machines; - Top piece attaching presses; - Leather button covering machines. 1.2 This European Standard is not applicable to: - Cutting and punching machines; NOTE !
CSA Z195.1 - GUIDELINE FOR SELECTION, CARE, AND USE OF PROTECTIVE FOOTWEAR - SECOND EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Over-the-shoe toe protectors compliant with CSA Z334-14, Over-the-shoe toe protectors, are not to be considered to be protective safety footwear. These over-the-shoe toe protectors are designed only to provide basic protection from impacts to the toes of the users on a temporary basis.
BSI - BS 1870-2 - SAFETY FOOTWEAR - PART 2: SPECIFICATION FOR LINED RUBBER SAFETY BOOTS - AMD 2624: JUNE 30, 1978; AMD 3038: AUGUST 31, 1979; AMD 4043: APRIL 29, 1983; AMD 4741: JANUARY 31, 1985 Organization: BSI
Date: 1976-06-30
Description: Minimum requirements for boots with toe-caps and protective mid-soles or toe-caps only. Refers to tests in BS 953 and design and construction requirements of BS 5145.

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