Now that everything has changed, how to keep prevention as a daily routine against contamination?
Looking forward to going back to human connection, hygiene habits have changed, and it’s within the simple choices that we can promote prevention. From head to toe, start with an adequate selection of your professional footwear, discover its importance below.
The importance of wearing professional footwear
The choice of footwear is fundamental when referring to the safety of its users, as it happens in work contexts. Its impact is as important as any other element of your uniform so that, from head to toe, professionals can perform their duties properly protected from any risk of injury and contamination.
The material in which it is produced presents itself as the first reason for choosing professional shoes over leather or synthetic fabrics. Leather or fabric shoes enhance the retention and spread of bacteria and the consequent contamination of the environment. Contrary to models manufactured in closed cell, injected polymers, which are characterized by the opposite effect, prevent the proliferation of bacteria.
2. The environment
In a medical-hospital environment there are two realities, the operating room in which the risks of infection are recognized and the use of sterilizable shoes is mandatory and outside the operating room where different practices are allowed according to the institution.
3. Individual protection
Professional footwear used in the workplace is considered to be PPE - Personal Protective Equipment. PPE is specially designed to protect users from potential injuries and contamination in a professional context with the aim of reducing the risks to which users are exposed. Professional WOCK® footwear is a PPE and it’s designed for the protection, comfort and safety of its users while, due to its characteristics, it also protects people in the natural environment.
We are in more than 70 countries actively supporting professionals worldwide
WOCK® is proud to be designed and produced in Portugal and to be present in 70 countries on 5 continents in the fight against contamination in the hospital context and as an ally of professionals who change the lives of millions of people.