Boots maintenance guide
3.1 Maintenance of protective shoes
The lack of maintenance awareness of protective shoes and the lack of attention to the storage, cleaning and maintenance of shoes are one of the main reasons for the shortening of the service life and safety performance of protective shoes. Standard 5.1 introduces a maintenance guide for labor insurance shoes or protective shoes, requiring employees to inspect, store and maintain them regularly in accordance with the relevant content and requirements of the manual for labor insurance shoes or protective shoes; shoes should be placed in a dry and ventilated place after use. It should not be close to the heat source to avoid excessive drying of the shoes and cause cracks; the employer should ensure the necessary maintenance costs, be equipped with maintenance tools, and repair the repairable defects in the product manual in time.
3.2 Visual defect inspection
The safety shoes or protective shoes should be visually inspected before use. Shoes with the following characteristics should be rejected:
(1) There are obvious cracks on the upper surface, the cracks are deep, half the thickness of the upper surface; (2) The worn surface is severely worn and the toe cap is exposed;
(3) Deformation, burning, melting or blistering of the upper surface, or cracking of the legs; (4) The length of the crack in the safety shoes or protective shoes is greater than 10 mm, and the depth is greater than 3 mm;
(5) The length of the crack at the bottom joint is greater than 15mm and the depth is greater than 5mm, passing through labor insurance shoes or protective shoes; (6) The height of the anti-skid pattern of non-slip shoes is less than 1.5mm,;
(7) Obvious deformation and damage to the insole and inner lining of protective shoes or protective shoes; (8) Damage to the lining and toe cap edge of protective shoes may cause injury.