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Protective clothing - standards

EN 340 Protective clothing - general requirements
EN 342 Protective clothing against cold
EN 343 Protective clothing against rain
EN 381 Protective clothing for users of hand-held chain saws
EN 469 Protective clothing for firefighters. Performance requirements for protective clothing for firefighting
EN 471 High-visibility warning clothing for professional use. Test methods and requirements
EN 510 Specification for protective clothing for use where there is a risk of entanglement with moving parts
EN 943-1 Protective clothing against liquid and gaseous chemicals, aerosols and solid particles. Performance requirements for ventilated and non-ventilated “gas-tight” (Type 1) and “non-gas-tight” (Type 2) chemical protective suits
EN 943-2 Protective clothing against liquid and gaseous chemicals, including liquid aerosols and solid particles - Part 2: Performance requirements for “gas-tight” (Type 1) chemical protective suits for emergency teams (ET)
EN 1073-1 Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. Requirements and test methods for ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination
EN 1073-2 Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination
EN 1149-5 Protective clothing. Electrostatic properties. Material performance and design requirements
EN 1150 Protective clothing. Visibility clothing for non-professional use. Test methods and requirements
EN 1486 Protective clothing for fire-fighters. Test methods and requirements for reflective clothing for specialized fire-fighting
EN ISO 11611 Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes
EN ISO 11612 Protective clothing. Clothing to protect against heat and flame
EN 13034 Protective clothing against liquid chemicals. Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals (Type 6 and Type PB [6] equipment)
EN 13982-1 Protective clothing for use against solid particulates. Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing providing protection to the full body against airborne solid particulates (type 5 clothing)
EN ISO 13998 Protective clothing. Aprons, trousers and vests protecting against cuts and stabs by hand knives
EN ISO 14116 Protective clothing. Protection against heat and flame. Limited flame spread materials, material assemblies and clothing
EN 14605/A1 Protective clothing against liquid chemicals. Performance requirements for clothing with liquid-tight (Type 3) or spray-tight (Type 4) connections, including items providing protection to parts of the body only (Types PB [3] and PB [4])
EN ISO 14877 Protective clothing for abrasive blasting operations using granular abrasives
EN 14126+Ac Protective clothing. Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents
EN 1082-2 Protective clothing. Gloves and arm guards protecting against cuts and stabs by hand knives. Gloves and arm guards made of material other than chain mail
EN 13356 Visibility accessories for non-professional use
EN 13758-2 Textiles. Solar UV protective properties. Classification and marking of apparel
EN 13911 Protective clothing for firefighters. Requirements and test methods for fire hoods for firefighters
EN 14058 Protective clothing. Garments for protection against cool environments
EN 14404 Personal protective equipment. Knee protectors for work in the kneeling position
EN 14786 Protective clothing. Determination of resistance to penetration by sprayed liquid chemicals, emulsions and dispersions. Atomizer test
EN 15614 Protective clothing for firefighters. Laboratory test methods and performance requirements for wildland clothing
ISO 13688 Protective clothing - General requirements
ISO 15384 Protective clothing for firefighters -- Laboratory test methods and performance requirements for wildland firefighting clothing
IEC 61482-2 Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc - Part 2: Requirements