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5 Jobs that Require Work Footwear

NewsID:133    Datetime:2010-12-20


Although almost anyone at any occupation can benefit fromwork boots, only a select number of occupations actually need it because they are at risk for many different types of injuries. While it is recommended that anyone get work footwear that can protect them from the hazards of the daily world, if you work at certain occupations there is an increased need for work footwear in order to make sure your feet stay safe.

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Occupations that Require Work Footwear
1. Construction Worker – The most well known work footwear user, the construction worker is constantly at risk for falling objects, sharp nails and other ways that they can injure themselves. Construction workers most often wear boots, as those provide them with the most amount of protection.
2. Loggers – Arguably a more dangerous occupation that working at a construction site, they even make shoes for loggers that protect against chainsaws.
3. Electricians – Not all electricians wear work footwear, but they do make shoes and boots that are both shock resistant and shock dampening, so that if someone does get an electrical charge there is something to make sure that charge does not do as much physical damage.
4. Freight Crews – Freight involves a lot of lifting of heavy objects and heavy objects can always be dropped. Freight crews do not always wear work shoes and boots like they probably should, but there are enough injury risks that it is always a good idea.
5. Outdoorsman – Any occupation that involves a lot of outdoor work can find work footwear that protects them from snake bites and sharp objects. They are also waterproof, which reduces both discomfort and the risk for hypothermia in cold environments.
There are a number of different occupations that can benefit from work boots. However, the five jobs listed above are commonly known to use the products as they are the jobs that involve the most risk to feet and ankles.

 

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