In August 1993, our manufacturing facility in Belcamp, MD obtained
ISO 9001 Certification. This serves as an additional guarantee
that ONGUARD products conform to strict and globally recognized
1991, 2000 Edition (National Fire Protection Association)
To pass the applicable boot requirements for NFPA 1991, 2000 edition,
boots are independently tested to verify compliance. Boots must
resist permeation for 1 hour or more against each chemical in
the NFPA 1991, 2000 edition battery. The battery consists of 15
chemical liquids and 6 chemical gases. The boots must also pass
a flammability resistance test.
(American National Standards Institute for Personal Protection
– Protective Footwear)
As used in this standard, footwear means footwear designed, constructed
and manufactured, with a protective toe cap, that is specifically
designed and manufactured to meet the performance requirements
of this standard. However, protective footwear may include other
types of protection for the user, such as protective footwear
manufactured with metatarsal guards, electrostatic dissipative
footwear, conductive footwear, electrical hazard footwear (electric
shock resistant sales and heels) and sole puncture resistant footwear.
– Z195-M92 Protective Footwear
(Canadian Standards Association)
As used with this standard, protective footwear CSA Standard Z195
(now CAN/CSA-Z195), Protective Footwear, covers design and performance
requirements, including toe protection, sole puncture protection,
electric resistant soles, and other requirements relating to metatarsal
protection and general stability of the footwear.
Built-in steel toe cap meets or exceeds ANSI STD Z41 P99 I/75
C/75 for impact and compression, as well as CSA STD Z195 M92 Grade
1 or Grade 2.
Steel Midsole: Meets or exceeds ANSI standard Z41-PR and CSA standard
Z195 M92 Grade 1 for puncture resistance.
– Green Patch
CSA: Green Sticker on label signifies Grade 1 Certification for
CSA: Green Triangle on label signifies sole protection (steel
Meets or exceeds the ANSI STD Z41-1991 Section 4 for Electrical
Hazard Footwear, as well as CSA Z195-Grade 1. Dielectric footwear
will withstand 14,000 volts of AC current for 1 minute, showing
no leakage in excess of 5.0 milliamperes.
Built-in protective toe cap meets or exceeds ANSI STD Z41 PT91 I/75
C/50 for impact and compression, as well as CSA Z195 M92 Grade 1.
© 2003 ONGUARD Industries. This information is provided “as
is” and is not to be considered a warranty of product performance
or as an authoritative informational page. Due to the diverse field
conditions and other variables which can affect a product’s
performance, Calolympic Safety disclaims all warranties (expressed
and implied) as to any product’s performance or any information
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