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appropriate footwear for building a boat

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I am looking at suggestions for what a company should use as footwear when fabricating a hull/ deck with spray fiberglass/ resin? 

Currently the employer has employees masking tape shoes up which has not decreased the number of slips/ falls in the work area.

Just wondering what other boat manufactures do???

Sincerely

Amy

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Vetus makes a really heavy duty shoe cover complete with a ribbed rubber sole which is paramount to safety ...the Part number at Jamestown Distributors is VET- PANTHEREN they retail for under $10 a pair 

They will keep the workplace clean and the worker safe.

 

 

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The Tyvek Shoe cover with elastic opening is $0.86 each.  These are all Tyvek, nothing additional on the bottom to prevent slipping.  If slips are a concern the  VET- PANTHEREN is a better choice.

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