Protective Equipment 2022/23

5 1 2 3 4 5 A B C D E F 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 1 2 1 B P PPE and Standards The most important standards for Personal Protective Equipment: EN 388:2016+A1:2018 Mechanical hazards EN 511:2006 Cold protection • convective cooling 0 – 4 • contact cooling 0 – 4 • water penetration 0/1 EN ISO 374-5:2016 Microbiological Contamination EN ISO 11393-4:2020 Protective clothing for the use of hand-held chain saws EN ISO 21420:2020 Fundamental requirements on gloves. Here, parameters such as glove size, pH value, chromium (VI) content or finger dexterity are defined EN ISO 18889:2019 Protective gloves for users of plant protection products Important: All data, classifications and pictograms are intended merely as recommendations. In all cases, the safety regulations set down by the legislator or its appointed representatives applicable to the workplace in question must be observed. Risk analysis essential! Performance levels: The higher the number, the better the performance level Abrasion resistance level 0 – 4 Cut resistance (Coup test) level 0 – 5 Tear resistance level 0 – 4 Puncture resistance level 0 – 4 Cut resistance (TDM – ISO 13997) Level A – F Impact resistance: Level P if passed EN ISO 374-1:2016 Chemical contamination: Type A: Glove has a penetration resistance of minimum 30 minutes at minimum 6 substances Type B: Glove has a penetration resistance of minimum 30 minutes at minimum 3 substances Type C: Glove has a penetration resistance of minimum 10 minutes at minimum 1 substance Each letter stands for a chemical substance EN 407:2020 Protection against thermal risks (heat and fire) EN 388:2016 +A1:2018 EN ISO 11393-4:2020 ISO 18889:2019

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