Garments

EN 342

Protection against cold

EN 343

Protection against rain

EN 1149

Protection against static electricity

EN 381

Chain saw cut resistance

EN ISO 13998

Protection against cutting and punctured wound

EN 1073-2

Protection against particulate radioactive contamination

EN 14126

Protection against dangerous microorganism

EN 943-1

Gas-tight clothing, TYPE 1

EN 943-1

Non-gas-tight clothing, TYPE 2

EN 14605

Protection against pressurised liquid chemicals, TYPE 3

EN 14605

Protection against liquid aerosols, TYPE 4

EN 13982

Collection of standards – protective clothings for protection against solid particles and aerosols, TYP 5

EN 13034

Limited splash-tough clothing, TYPE 6

EN 14058

Protective clothing against cool environments

EN 531

EN ISO 11612

Protection against heat and flame

EN 533

EN ISO 14116

Protective clothing against limited flame spread materials

EN ISO 11611

This norm determines the requirements of protective garments used for welding

EN 61482

Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc

EN 61340 ESD

Protection of electronic devices from electrostatic phenomena

EN ISO 20471

High-visibility warning clothing for professional use

GO/RT 3279

Railway Group Standard

RIS 3279 TOM

High visibility clothing for the Railway Group

EN 469

Protective clothing for firefighters. Performance requirements for protective clothing for firefighting

EN 13758-2

UV protective garments

 

EN ISO 13688

Protective clothing - general requirements

Gloves

EN 407

Protection against heat and flame

a) burning behaviour

b) contact heat resistance

c) convective heat resistant

d) radiant heat resistance

e) resistance to small drops of molten metal

f) convective heat resistance resistance

to large quantity of molten metal

EN 388:2016

Mechanical hazards

a) abrasion resistance (0–4)

b) blade cut resistance (0–5)

c) tear resistance (0–4)

d) puncture resistance (0–4)

e) cut resistance ISO 13997 (A-F)

f) impact protection (P)

EN ISO 374-1 TYPE A

Gloves for protection protection against high chemicals risks (U, V, W, X, Y, Z represent the code letters for chemicals that conform to EN ISO 374-1)

EN ISO 374-1 TYPE B

Gloves for protection protection against medium chemicals risks (X, Y, Z represent the code letters for chemicals that conform to EN ISO 374-1)

EN ISO 374-1 TYPE C

Gloves for protection protection against low chemicals risks

EN ISO 374-5

Protection against dangerous microorganism

EN 421

Protective gloves against ionizing radiation and radioactive contamination

EN 381-7

Protective clothing for users of hand-held chainsaws - part 7: requirements for chainsaw protective gloves

EN 12477

Welder gloves

DIN EN 1082

Protection against cuts and stabs by hand knives

EN 511

Protection against cold

EN ISO 10819

Mechanical vibration and shock – hand arm vibration

EN 60903

Work under voltage

EN 61340 ESD

Protection of electronic devices from electrostatic phenomena

 

Suitable for short-term contact with food

 

The code letters for chemicals that conform to EN ISO 374-1:2016

A Methanol / B Acetone / C acetonitrile / D Dichloromethane / E Carbon disulphide / F Toluene / G Diethylamine / H Tetrahydrofurane / I Ethyl acetate / J n-Heptane / K Sodium hydroxide 40 % / L Sulphuric acid 96 % / M – Nitric acid 65% / N – Acetic acid 99% / O – Ammonium hydroxide 25% / P - Hydrogen peroxide 30% / S – Hydrofluoric acid 40% / T – Formaldehyde 37%

Shoes

BASIC CATEGORIES OF SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL SHOES

EN ISO 20345:2011

SAFETY SHOES (with toe cap)

SB

basic requirements

S1

SB + closed seat region, antistatic, energy absorption in heel area

S2

S1 + conjuction and absorption of water

S3

S2 + penetration resistance, cleated outsole

S4

SB + antistatic, energy absorption in heel area

S5

S4 + penetration resistance, cleated outsole

EN ISO 20347:2012

OCCUPATIONAL SHOES (without toe cap)

OB

basic requirements

O1

OB + closed seat region, antistatic, energy absorption in heel area

O2

O1 + conjuction and absorption of water

O3

O2 + penetration resistance, cleated outsole

O4

OB + closed seat region, antistatic, energy absorption in heel area

O5

O4 + penetration resistance, cleated outsole

EN ISO 17249

Safety footwear with resistance to chain saw cutting

Eye protection

EN 166

Guaranteed minimum resistance of the protective eyewear against everyday risks including dropping the protective eyewear onto the ground, ageing by light exposure, exposure to heat or corrosion etc.

EN 169

Personal eye-protection - filters for welding and related techniques - transmittance requirements and recommended use

EN 170

Transmittance requirements

EN 172

Personal eye protection - sunglare filters for industrial use

EN 175

Equipment for eye and face protection during welding and allied processes

EN 1731

Mesh eye and face protectors

EN 379

Automatic welding filters

Hearing protection

EN 352:2002

European standard for protectors against noise is made in several parts for the safety and testings on the different types of individual noise protectors

EN 458:2004

Hearing protectors – recommendations for selection, use, care and Maintenance

SNR: xx dB SNR (single number rating) is only a general means of comparing different ear protectors. Generally the higher the SNR number the better the performance of the ear defender across a range of noise frequencies. For example a SNR of 27 decibel may not give a 27 decibel attenuation at all High, Medium or Low frequencies

Hard hat

Is a type of helmet predominantly used in workplace environments such as industrialor construction sites to protect the head from injury due to falling objects, impact with other objects, debris, rain, and electric shock. Hard hats could be combinated with face protection and hearing protection.

EN 397

The standard industrial safety helmets

EN 14052

The standard for high performance industrial safety helmets

EN 12492

The standard for mountaineers

EN 50365

The standard for electrical insulation

Bump cap

Is a lightweight hard hat using a simplified suspension or padding and a chin strap. Bump caps are used where there is a possibility of scraping or bumping one‘s head on equipment or structure projections, but are not sufficient to absorb large impacts, such as that from a tool dropped from several stories.

EN 812

The standard for industrial bump caps

Passive respiratory protection

Respirators – disposable, reusable / Half-Facepiece masks / Full-Facepiece masks

EN 136

Full face masks

EN 143

Particle filters

EN 140

Half masks and quarter masks

EN 148-1

Respiratory protective devices - Threads for facepieces - Part 1: Standard thread connection

EN 149

Respiratory protective devices - filtering half masks to protect against particles - requirements, testing, marking

EN 14387

Gas filter(s) and combined filter(s)

EN 405

Respiratory protective devices - valved filtering half masks to protect against gases or gases and particles - requirements, testing, marking

EN 1827

Respiratory protective devices - half masks without inhalation valves and with separable filters to protect against gases or gases and particles or particles only - requirements, testing, marking

EN 14683

Medical face masks

Active respiratory protection

Powered Air Systems

EN 12021

Respiratory equipment - compressed gases for breathing apparatus

EN 12941

Respiratory protective devices - powered filtering devices incorporating a helmet or a hood - requirements, testing, marking

EN 12942

Respiratory protective devices - power assisted filtering devices incorporating full face masks, half masks or quarter masks - Requirements, testing, marking

EN 14594

Respiratory protective devices - continuous flow compressed air line breathing apparatus - requirements, testing, marking

EN 60079-11

Equipment protection by intrinsic safety "i"

EN 60079-31

Equipment dust ignition protection by enclosure "t"

 

EN 60529

Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)

Safety harnesses

EN 341

Personal fall protection equipment - descender devices for rescue

EN 353-1, 2

PPE against falls from a height - guided type fall arresters

EN 354

Personal fall protection equipment. Lanyards.

EN 355

PPE against falls from a height - energy absorbers

EN 358

PPE for work positioning and prevention of falls from a height - belts for work positioning and restraint and work positioning lanyards

EN 360

PPE against falls from a height - retractable type fall arresters

EN 361

PPE against falls from a height - full body harnesses

EN 362

PPE against falls from a height - connectors

EN 363

Personal fall protection equipment - personal fall protection systems

EN 397

Industrial safety helmets

EN 795

Personal fall protection equipment - anchor devices

EN 813

Personal fall protection equipment - sit harnesses

EN 892

Mountaineering equipment - dynamic mountaineering ropes

EN 1496

Personal fall protection equipment - rescue lifting devices

EN 1497

Personal fall protection equipment - rescue harnesses

EN 1498

Personal fall protection equipment - rescue loops

EN 1868

PPE against falls from a height - list of equivalent terms

EN 1891

PPE for the prevention of falls from a height - low stretch kernmantel ropes

EN 12841

Personal fall protection equipment - rope adjustment devices

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