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A multi-award winning second generation family owned business, Rock Fall has positioned itself at the forefront of the safety footwear industry through world first innovations that provide solutions to the ever-changing demands of modern businesses. The organisation is proud of its British heritage and our country’s position as a world leader in Health and Safety. Retaining our status as an independent SME allows us to be agile, making swift but sustainable and carefully considered decisions.
In recent years, the company has rationalised and diversified its product offering to provide our customers with the collection they need to grow their business. Supplying exclusively via Authorised Distribution Partners, Rock Fall pro-actively work with major end-users and industry associations to improve Workplace Safety.
8 of out 10 people will suffer foot problems in their adult lives. These can range from Plantar Fasciitis to foot fatigue, Achilles tendonitis, Pronation/supination instabilities and subsequently back and knee pain. Knee, hip, back, shoulder and neck problems can be caused by poorly fitting or incorrectly supportive footwear, after all our feet are our sole contact with the ground we walk on.
Rock Fall products are designed with specialist technologies, materials and components from around the world. Working with industry giants which include Boa®, 3M, Sympatex®, Ortholite® and FORCE10® enables us to develop best in class styles that are more comfortable and last longer than alternatives in the marketplace.
Safety footwear can be certified for a variety of different electrical resistance specifications. The below table details the different types of Electrical resistance, and their standards and test methods. Footwear certified to be conductive, ESD or anti-static is intended to be worn to manage the levels of static in the workplace, this can be to prevent sparks or uncontrolled releases of static. It is designed to protect the working environment and subsequently, the wearer.