|1||2012 - 06/29/2012 - Steel-toed Safety Shoes for Diabetics|
|2||2006 - 07/17/2006 - Wearing "Crocs" brand shoes with a partially open heel and a covered toe in a pharmacy setting.|
|3||2003 - 08/28/2003 - Wearing of open-toed shoes in an office environment.|
|4||1994 - 02/18/1994 - ANSI standard requires Safety-Toe safety shoes meet a compression test and an impact test.|
|5||1991 - 11/21/1991 - The wearing of leather shoes rather than leather sneakers or deck shoes while operating vehicles.|
|6||1991 - 11/20/1991 - Occupational protective footwear for molten metal workers in the foundry industry.|
|7||1985 - 12/03/1985 - OSHA standards for foot protection.|
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