Multi-Faceted PPE Footwear

From uneven terrain and temperature extremes to chemical hazards, trust us to protect your workers’ feet.

Whether in industrial environment or modern offices, foot health and comfort is vital.

At DCC, it’s our job to keep your workers safe, compliant and looking smart from head-to-toe.

We will help you navigate the seemingly endless footwear options in the market and ensure you meet the necessary regulations, providing your teams with the right footwear to do their jobs safely and comfortably.

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Comprehensive Safety Footwear Options

Safety Boots

Safety boots provide protection for the feet, ankles, and lower legs… They typically have reinforced toes (usually steel or composite) to protect against impact and compression hazards and may also have puncture-resistant soles to protect against sharp objects.

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Safety Shoes

Safety shoes are similar to safety boots but are typically lower cut and provide less coverage of the ankle. They are often used in workplaces where full boot protection is not necessary, such as offices, warehouses, or environments with less severe hazards.


Chemical-Resistant Boots

Our range of chemical-resistant boots are specifically designed to protect against chemical spills, splashes, and exposure to acids, bases, solvents, and corrosive substances.

They often have additional features such as sealed seams and closures to prevent liquids from entering the boots.


Related Products

Interested in our other PPE and workwear options?

From chemical PPE to Arc flash garments, DCC can supply exactly what you need.

Commonly asked question

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What factors must you take into account when selecting foot protection?

When choosing foot protection, it’s crucial to consider factors like the specific hazards in your workplace, the type of activities you’ll be engaged in, compliance with safety regulations, and ensuring a proper fit for comfort and effectiveness.

What type of PPE is used to safeguard the feet?

In the workplace, safety footwear, such as boots and shoes, is essential for providing foot protection. For protection against compression, impact, and puncture risks, these footwear solutions offer reinforced toes and soles. Risks at work can be specifically addressed by specialised footwear options like steel-toe or chemical-resistant boots. Worker safety in many industries depends on properly chosen and fitting foot protection.

When should safety boots be worn?

When working in locations or performing duties where there is a risk of foot injuries, such as on construction sites, in manufacturing facilities, or anywhere else where there are heavy objects, sharp objects, or electrical hazards present, you should always wear safety boots.

How frequently should safety boots be replaced?

In order to maintain protection and safety in the workplace, safety boots should be updated on a regular basis, usually every 6-12 months, or when they begin to show symptoms of substantial wear and tear.

How can you get the ideal fit for safety boots?

To provide the best comfort and protection, it’s crucial to precisely measure your feet, try on several sizes, and take into account the kind of socks you’ll be wearing while working.

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