Work Boots

uvex safety footwear range has been specifically designed and developed for the needs of Australian and New Zealand workers. uvex work boots are designed on the biomechanical function of the foot and body and the hazards experienced in the workplace. The range includes work footwear that is suitable for light to heavy application areas and are all certified to the Australian, European and American standards.

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Innovating safety footwear since 1961

Our CAGI factory in Ceva, Italy, has been designing and manufacturing safety footwear to protect people since 1961. With 60 years experience in safety footwear and 95 years protecting people, uvex is synonymous around the world for setting benchmarks in comfort and safety performance.

Outstanding scientific innovation and design is what sets uvex apart. No matter what industry, our range of exceptional safety footwear helps relieve workers from the stresses and forces they face.

Understanding people and the impact their work place environment can have on them is critical to delivering on the uvex mission of protecting people. uvex integrates scientific analysis into the research, design and development of award-winning products wherever you work.

Safety boots technologies

Here you can find out more detailed information on the technologies used in uvex safety footwear in terms of optimally regulating the foot environment, for instance, and combining safety with wearer comfort.

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Safety footwear standards

uvex safety footwear that is ranged in Australia and New Zealand is certified to comply with the Australian Standard (AS 2210.3) and European Standard (EN ISO 20345). Some ranges are also certified to the American Standard (ASTM 2413).

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Electrical shock resistant footwear

electrical shock resistant safety footwear

Electrical hazards are serious threats in the workplace that are not easily visible to the worker. The right electrical shock resistant safety footwear can provide an additional line of defence against accidental electric shock.

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