IRAM STANDARD 3610

IRAM 3610 is an Argentine standard specifying safety footwear requirements and testing methods. It covers 42 different types of tests: structural, material, minimum height, etc. The tests concern everything from impacts to the fingers (up to 200 J of energy) to finger compression (up to 1500 kg/3307 lb), and mechanical resistance of the leather, linings, insoles, tongues, outsoles, etc.

SEE FUNCIONAL´S PU LICENSE, SEE FUNCIONAL´S PVC LICENSE

CERTIFIED BY UL TO ASTM F2413-18 STANDARD

Our products meet the performance requirements of ASTM Specification F2413-18 as tested in accordance with ASTM Test Methods F2412-18a for the following safety hazards: impact resistance (I) for the toe area of footwear; compression resistance (C) for the toe area of the footwear; electric hazard protection (EH) and puncture resistance (PR).

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IRAM&ISO 9001 CERTIFICATION

Maincal’s Quality Management System has been certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard. The company has crafted a culture of quality based on a continuous improvement cycle designed to attain total client satisfaction by ensuring service excellence through efficient and efficacious processes.

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OHSAS 18001 CERTIFICATION

OHSAS stands for Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series. The OHSAS 18001 standard is a document developed by standardization bodies from different countries under the leadership of the British Standards Institution (BSI). Maincal has its Occupational Health and Safety System certified to OHSAS 18001:2007, and focuses its efforts on implementing, maintaining and improving the system with a view to eliminating and minimizing operational risks.

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INTI´S SHARED SOCIAL COMMITMENT PROGRAM

Maincal adheres to the Shared Social Responsibility Program that Argentina´s National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI, for its Spanish acronym) has devised for clothing companies. This is a voluntary certification of compliance with the program requirements by the company and its supply chain. Through this program, the INTI seeks to instill a culture of sustainable competitiveness in companies, promoting decent industrial relations, encouraging care and respect for the environment and recognizing organizations that exhibit proactive policies of, and commitment to, social responsibility.

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DESICION 896/00

According to Decision 896/99—establishing the essential safety requirements for Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) traded in Argentina and passed by what was formerly known as Secretariat of Industry, Trade and Mining—all PPE must bear an S Seal.

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DECISION 299/2011

Decision 299/2011 IRAM was developed by the Office of the Superintendent of Occupational Risks (SRT, for its Spanish acronym). Under such resolution, employers are required to keep a separate file for each worker containing evidence of provision of certified personal protective equipment.

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FORM C

Together with the appropriate BRAND or BATCH certificates, Form C from the Trade Loyalty Directorate of the National Ministry of Production certifies that Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) manufacturers and traders are authorized to market such products.

See license Funcional PU, See license Funcional Pegado