My Store:
Set
  • Work Boots
Shop Work Boots & Footwear At RSEA Safety Online
 

Discover our incredible range of work boots & footwear

When you're on the job, you need the right work safety boots. Not every job requires the same protection, so the type of boot you need varies according to your profession.

At RSEA we can offer a diverse range of footwear & boots featuring steel cap, composite toe, zip sided, lace up, scuff caps, BOA systems & more.

Reduce your risk at work with anti-slip footwear

People who work in a workplace with slippery or wet floors should opt for safety boots (or shoes). Wet, slippery floors and uneven surfaces are a common hazards for work safety, but the proper work boot can seriously reduce that risk.

Not wearing the correct footwear can lead to painful injuries, including a sprained or broken ankle. Safety work boots from RSEA can provide you with the proper ankle support without feeling restricted in movement.

- Shop Work Boots & Footwear by Category -

Footwear Accessories

Keeping your work boots clean can be quite the task, especially if you are working in a dirty environment. Since safety boots can be a considerable investment, we offer you a good amount of maintenance kits that will keep your work boots in good condition, including Waterproofers, Polishing kits, Replacement laces & "Over-boots" which prevent foreign materials entering your socks and boots

A waterproofer is mainly used by people who own leather or suede leather work boots. Even though both work boots have some degree of waterproofing qualities, after a certain period of time they may need an additional layer to stay fully waterproof and repel any water touching the surface of the boots.

Footbeds

Many Australians regularly suffer from knee strain and lower back problems at work and this is mainly caused by unsupported shoes. The work boots we provide on RSEA already have proper supporting soles, but some people may need extra footbeds for medical reasons. All footbeds on our website are also washable, so they can remain fresh for reuse.

 

Guide to AUS/NZ Footwear Safety Standards

Due to the high instance of foot injury in the workplace, choosing the right shoe for the job is extremely important. Foot injuries sustained in the workplace can cause both short and long term problems and can be worsened over time. The best way to ensure that the correct safety boots & footwear is being selected is by referring to the Australian standards, which contain detailed information and advice on the selection, care, and use of safety, protective and occupational footwear.

AS/NZS 2210.1

Safety, Protective and Occupational Footwear Part 1: Guide to Selection, Care and Use

The purpose of standard AS/NZS 2210.1 is to provide users with an understanding of the requirements for the selection, care and use of safety, protective and occupational footwear in an extensive range of workplaces and professions

In general, safety, protective and occupational footwear should be worn to reduce injuries to feet resulting from:

  • Contact with Falling, Rolling or Cutting Objects;
  • Penetration through the Sole or Uppers;
  • Friction or Pressure Blistering;
  • Explosions and Electrical Hazards;
  • Contact with Chemicals, Heat and Molten Metals; and
  • Slipping.

Standards Australia AS/NZS 2210.1 - Safety, Protective & Occupational Footwear Part 1: Guide to Selection, Care & Use - SAI Global. http://infostore.saiglobal.com/store

AS/NZS 2210.2

Occupational Protective Footwear Part 2: Test Methods

The purpose of Standard AS/NZS 2210.2 is to provide manufacturers and users with test methods for footwear that is intended for use in workplace applications.

Standards Australia AS/NZS 2210.2 - Occupational Protective Footwear Part 2: Test Methods - SAI Global. http://infostore.saiglobal.com/store


The following standards AS/NZS 2210.3 (Safety Footwear), AS/NZS 2210.4 (Protective Footwear) and AS/NZS 2210.5 (Occupational Footwear) are three levels of standards of footwear which have varying levels of protection.

AS/NZS 2210.3

Occupational Protective Footwear Part 3: Specification for Safety Footwear

The purpose of Standard AS/NZS 2210.3 is to provide manufacturers and users with the requirements for Safety footwear intended for use in workplace applications. Safety footwear that has the qualities of this standard incorporates features to protect the wearer from injures that could arise through accidents. Safety footwear certified to this standard must be fitted with toe caps (e.g. steel or composite) that are designed to give protection against impact when tested at an energy level of at least 200J and against compression when tested at a compression load of at least 15kN.

Standards Australia AS/NZS 2210.3 - Occupational Protective Footwear Part 3: Specification for Safety Footwear - SAI Global. http://infostore.saiglobal.com/store

AS/NZS 2210.4

Occupational Protective Footwear Part 4: Specification for Protective Footwear

The purpose of Standard AS/NZS 2210.4 is to provide manufacturers and users with requirements for Protective footwear intended for use in workplace applications. The purpose of Standard AS/NZS 2210.3 is to provide manufacturers and users with the requirements for Protective footwear intended for use in workplace applications. Protective footwear that has the qualities of this standard incorporates features to protect the wearer from injures that could arise through accidents. Protective footwear certified to this standard must be fitted with toe caps (e.g. steel or composite) that are designed to give protection against impact when tested at an energy level of at least 100J and against compression when tested at a compression load of at least 10kN.

Standards Australia AS/NZS 2210.4 - Occupational Protective Footwear Part 4: Specification for Protective Footwear - SAI Global. http://infostore.saiglobal.com/store

AS/NZS 2210.5

Occupational Protective Footwear Part 5: Specification for Occupational Footwear

The purpose of Standard AS/NZS 2210.5 is to provide manufacturers and users with the requirements for Occupational footwear intended for use in workplace applications. Occupational footwear that has the qualities of this standard incorporates features to protect the wearer from injures that could arise through accidents. Occupational footwear is not required to have a protective toecap.

Standards Australia AS/NZS 2210.5 Occupational Protective Footwear - Part 5: Specification for Occupational Footwear - SAI Global. http://infostore.saiglobal.com/store