Slip resistance: what is the difference between SRA, SRB and SRC?

Did you know that slipping, tripping and falling are the main causes of accidents on the work floor? That is why Safety Jogger offers a wide selection of shoes with an outsole that exceeds the general European slip resistance standards by far. 

However, it’s important to know that some shoes on the market claim to be ‘slip resistant’ without them being formally tested in a laboratory. You can only be 100% sure your safety footwear is slip resistant when your shoes have a slip-resistant rating like SRA, SRB or SRC. But what is the difference between these three ratings? Watch the explanation in the video below: 

In summary:

Slip resistance SRA SRB SRC

Safety Jogger SRC slip-resistant soles pass both the SRA and the SRB test with glance. They not only fulfill the minimum standards but exceed them remarkably! You will notice that almost every Safety Jogger shoe is provided with an SRC-certified slip-resistant sole. 

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