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    SAFETY STANDARDS

     

    What are the standards for
    Safety shoes ?

    ISO STANDARDS

    EN ISO 20344 : Test methods for safety shoes
     

    Standards summarizing all the tests and test methods performed on safety shoes before they are placed on the market. This Standard is used in conjunction with EN ISO 20345 and EN ISO 20347 which define the basic and additional requirements for safety footwear



     

    EN ISO 20345 : Specification of safety shoes for professional use

    This international standard specifies the basic and additional (optional) requirements for general purpose safety footwear. The safety shoe is equipped with a safety toe resistant to impacts equivalent to 200 joules and crushing of 15 KN

     

     

    EN ISO 20347 : Specifications for work footwear for professional use

    This footwear is different from safety footwear by the fact that these do not have toe caps against injury from falling objects or crushing impacts

     

     

    SLIP RESISTANCE

    SYMBOLS & TYPES OF FLOORS

    SRA
    Hard industrial indoor floors (tile type)

    SRB Hard industrial indoor or outdoor floors
    (paint or resin type)


    SRC SRA + SRB = SRC indoor or outdoor floors
    (polyvalent type)

    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
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    ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS

    In addition, there are particular markings for particular specifications :

    AN : Protection of the malleolus
    C : Conductive because electrical resistance does not exceed 100kW
    CI : Cold insulation
    CR : Upper cut resistant
    ESD : Dissipative shoe
    HI : Heat insulation
    HRO : Heat resistant outsole up to 300°C (for 60 seconds)
    M : Metatarsus protection against choc impacts
    WR : Water resistant (waterproof)

    RECOMMENDED STORAGE CONDITIONS

    We recommend storing the products as follows :

    - Do not compress or bend

    - Do not store near steam pipes, radiators or other sources of artificial heat or expose directly sunlight, artificial light or other sources of ozone

    - Storage ambient temperature must be between 10° C and 21° C. Storage temperature should not exceed 35° C

     

    What are the standards for
    Disposable Masks (respiratory protection) ?

    FFP1
    Maximum using time : 8h00

    Nominal Protection Factor** X4
    Particles without specific toxicity and water-based aerosols
    Ex : Cotton, graphite, sodium hydroxide, calcium carbonate, cement, cellulose...
    CE - EN149
    FFP2
    Maximum using time : 8h00

    Nominal Protection Factor** X12
    Solid and / or liquid aerosols indicated as dangerous or irritant
    Ex : softwoods, metals, resin, fiberglass, mineral fiber, charcoal...
    CE - EN149
    FFP3
    Maximum using time : 8h00

    Nominal Protection Factor** X50
    Toxic solid and / or liquid aerosols
    Ex : hardwoods, ceramic, rock wool, cadmium, chromium, powdered pesticide...
    CE - EN149
    EN ISO 149 : Specification of respiratory protection devices (filtering half-masks):

    This standard specifies the minimum characteristics to be required of filtering half-masks used as respiratory protection devices against particles. It defines three classes of filtration efficiency, namely FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3
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    * TIL : Leaking of the ambiant atmosphere into the respiratory interface mesured in laboratory
     
    ** FPN : Nominal Protection Factor corresponds to the level of protection tested in the laboratory. The nivel of APF, Assigned Protection Factor, might be different according local regulations

     

    What are the standards for
    Protective Clothing (body protection) ?

    HIGH VISIBILITY CLOTHING

    EN ISO 20471 :
     

    This standard specifies the requirements for protective clothing aiming to signal the presence of the wearer visually, so that he may be detected and seen in hazardous situations, in all conditions of daylight, and night under illumination of car headlights. There are three classes of high-visibility colthing. Each class must have minimum surfaces of visible material constituing the garnment. The higher the class, the more visible the garnment.

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    Marking :
    X : Class of high visiblity surface (From 1 to 3)

    PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST RAIN

    EN ISO 343 :
     

    This standard specifies the requirements and test methods applicable to the materials and seams of protective clothing against foul weather (for example precipitation in the form of rain or snow), fog and ground humidity

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    X : Résistance to water penetration, Wp
    X : Water vapour resistance, Ret

     

    What are the standards for
    Disposable Coverall (chemical protection) ?

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    EN ISO 13034 :

    Protective clothing against liquid chemicals (splashes)

     

    EN ISO 13982-1 :

    Protective clothing for use against solid particules (dust-asbestos)

     

    EN ISO 14605 :

    Protective clothing for use against liquid chemicals (sprays-fogs)

     

    EN ISO 1149-5 :

    Protective clothing to dissipate static electricity

    EN ISO 1073-2 :

    Protective clothing against radioactive contamination

    EN ISO 14126 :

    Protective clothing against infective agents

     

     

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