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How to Obtain Safety Shoes

NewsID:336    Datetime:2015-08-18


The existing inventory marked as compliant with ANSI Z41 1999 should be compliant with the new ASTM standards during this transitional period.

If a job requires hard toed safety shoes, the Supervisor will notify the employee.
The employee checks that his/ her safety shoes meet the ASTM F2413-05 standard before purchasing. This means that the safety shoes have “steel toes” and the ASTM F2413-05* stamp, which is usually on the shoe's tongue or on the side near the heel. Sometimes this is on an attached tag/ band.
If the ASTM F2413-05 number is not on the safety shoes, then the safety shoes do not meet the ASTM F2413-05 standard and MIT will not reimburse the employee.
The employee brings their new safety shoes to their Supervisor, who will check the safety shoes for the ASTM F2413-05*stamp.

Reminder: Do not wear the safety shoes until after you have received this approval.
The Supervisor will sign a safety shoe card or equivalent.
The Supervisor or employee takes the signed shoe card and the original store receipt to their department to be reimbursed. Copies of the receipt or credit card statement will not be accepted but the employee should keep a copy since you will not get the original receipt back. The department will check the employee's balance and when they were last reimbursed. The department will reimburse the employee for the amount allowed per the union contract, if applicable. The EHS Office does not provide this reimbursement.
Kathy Collupy in E19-134A (x8-9429) gives the reimbursement to the Supervisors in the Department of Facilities and CAC . The Supervisors signs to document the payment.
Scott Fleming in W20-507 (x3-0967) reimburses Housing employees, who sign to document the payment.
Pamela Slot in 16-849 (x3-9432) reimburses employees in the Division of Comparative Medicine. The employee signs to document the payment.  All other DLC's: contact the headquarters office about the procedure.
The department will be responsible for keeping records for the duration of the employment. The department will keep the original receipts until the employee obtains another pair. (Receipts do not need to be sent to the EHS Office.)
The Supervisor will periodically check that the employee is wearing the safety  shoes when performing tasks that could result in a foot injury. If the employee is not wearing their safety  shoes, the Supervisor will ask the employee to put the safety shoes on and will document this. If the employee has an accident but the employee was not wearing their safety  shoes, the claim could be denied. The department will be asked for their records, including safety shoes purchases.  The year that the standard was updated may be listed after ASTM F2413.

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