Toe compression protection of 15,000 Newton.
Sole penetration resistance of 1100 Newton (for shoes with steel midsoles only), and have been tested and certified against the following standards:
EN ISO 20345:2004
The European Standard was approved by CEN (European Committee for Standardization) supersedes EN 345 and is currently the most widely accepted safety footwear standards world wide.
INDONESIAN NATIONAL STANDARD SNI
The Indonesian National Standard (SNI) benchmarks itself on EN standards but branches out to specifically include standards for footwear with Vulcanized Rubber Outsoles.
The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International announced that the former ANSI Z41 Standard for Personal Protection Protective Footwear was withdrawn in 2005. It was replaced by two new ASTM standards, titled F 2413-05 Standard Specification for Performance Requirements for Foot Protection and F 2412-05 Standard Test Methods for Foot Protection. These new standards provide safety and performance standards previously put forward by ANSI since 1967.