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Komité: CEN/TC 79 (Respiratory protective devices)
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Sluttdato: 4. jul 2018
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This European Standard is applicable to respiratory protective devices except diving apparatus for which the definitions are given in EN 250. This European Standard defines commonly used terms and pictograms of this area. The object of this European Standard is to achieve a uniform interpretation of these terms and pictograms in order to prevent ambiguous use of them. EN 135 contains a survey of these terms in the three official languages English, French and German.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 20. jul 2018
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This document specifies additional requirements for mesh protectors designed to provide protection for the eyes and faces of persons against mechanical hazards such as impacts from flying particles and fragments. The other applicable requirements for mesh protectors and the frames/mountings to which they are intended to be fitted are given in ISO 16321-1. This document specifies materials, design, performance requirements, and marking requirements for mesh protectors that are different from and/or supplement ISO 16321-1. This document is not applicable to protectors for use against liquid splash (including molten metal), hot solid risks, electrical hazards, infrared and ultraviolet radiation. For protection against these hazards suitable additional or alternative protectors according ISO 16321-1 will be needed. Mesh protectors for use in sports such as fencing are excluded.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 20. jul 2018
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This document specifies the reference test methods for determining the physical and mechanical properties of protectors. This document does not apply to any eye and face protection requirement standards which refer to other test method standards. Other test methods may be used if shown to be equivalent.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 20. jul 2018
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This document specifies additional requirements for eye and face protectors designed to provide protection for the eyes and faces of persons against occupational hazards during welding and allied processes, such as optical radiation, impacts from flying particles and fragments, and hot solids. This document also applies to those articles of eye- and face-protection used for occupational-type tasks but not performed as part of an occupation, e.g. "do-it-yourself". This document specifies materials, design, performance requirements, and marking requirements for welding protectors which are different from and/or supplement ISO 16321-1.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 20. jul 2018
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This document specifies general requirements for protectors designed to provide protection for the eyes and faces of persons against common occupational hazards such as impacts from flying particles and fragments, optical radiation, dusts, splashing materials, molten metals, heat, flame, hot solids, harmful gases, vapours and aerosols. Additional requirements for protectors used during welding and related techniques and for mesh protectors are given in ISO 16321-2 and ISO 16321-3. This document applies to all afocal (plano power) and prescription lens protectors and components. This document also applies to those articles of eye and face protection used for occupational-type tasks but not performed as part of an occupation, e.g. "do-it-yourself". This document does not apply to: — sunglasses for general use for which ISO 12312-1 applies; — protectors for medically prescribed applications (not occupational); e.g. eye protection for severe dry eye, tints prescribed for medical conditions; — protectors intended to control exposure of the eyes of patients during diagnosis or treatment (e.g. ISO/DTR 22463); — protectors for use during medical or aesthetic applications intense light sources (ILS) for which ISO 12609 series applies; — protectors intended for direct observation of the sun, such as for solar-eclipse viewing for which ISO 12312-2 applies; — protectors specifically intended for sports for which ISO 18527 series applies; — laser protectors, for which ISO 19818 applies; — face protectors intended for live-working to protect against short-circuit electric arcs for which IEC 62819 applies; — protectors intended to protect against ionizing radiation for which IEC 61331-3 applies.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 20. jul 2018
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This document specifies the reference test methods for determining the physical optical properties of personal eye- and face -protectors. This document does not apply to sunglasses for which the test methods are given in ISO 12311. Other test methods may be used provided they have been shown to be equivalent.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 20. jul 2018
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This document specifies the reference test methods for determining the spherical, cylindrical, prismatic refractive properties of afocal unmounted lenses and the spherical, cylindrical and prism imbalance for afocal mounted lenses of protectors. This document does not apply to any eye and face protection requirement standards which refer to other test method standards. Other test methods may be used if shown to be equivalent.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 25. jul 2018
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This International Standard applies to all afocal (plano power) goggles, intended for eye protection against hazards including ultraviolet and visible solar radiation, rain, snow and wind, during downhill skiing, snowboarding and other activities with similar hazards and no greater risks. It deals with materials, construction, optical properties, testing, labelling and marking. Requirements for the marking of goggles and for information to be supplied by the manufacturer are also specified. Information on the selection and use of ski and snow-boarding goggles is given in Annex A. This International Standard does not apply to: a) eyewear for protection when operating or travelling on a motorized vehicle; b) eyewear for protection against radiation from artificial light sources, such as those used in solaria; c) eyewear for direct observation of the sun; d) eye protectors intended for sports with unrelated hazards and risks.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 25. jul 2018
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This International Standard applies to all eye protectors intended for eye protection against hazards during the sports of Squash, Racquetball and Squash 57 and sports with similar hazards and no greater risks. It deals with materials, construction, optical properties, testing, labelling and marking. It applies to eye protectors that incorporate prescription lenses, but not to eye protectors designed for use over spectacles. Requirements for the marking of eye protectors and for information to be supplied by the manufacturer are also specified. Information on the selection and use of eye protectors for Squash, Racquetball and Squash 57 is given in Annex A. This International Standard does not apply to: a. sports eye protectors designed for use over prescription spectacles; b. eye protectors for occupational applications; c. eye protectors without lenses; d. eye protectors for sports where the hazards are unrelated to the hazards in or involve greater risks than Squash, Racquetball and Squash 57.
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Komité: CEN/TC 162 (Protective clothing including hand and arm protection and lifejackets)
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Sluttdato: 16. aug 2018
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This document specifies minimum performance requirements for protective clothing designed to be worn during firefighting activities. The requirements are detailed in this document covering heat and flame, mechanical, chemical, comfort, visibility, etc. This document covers the general clothing design, the minimum performance levels of the material used, the methods of test to be used to determine these performance levels, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer. This document makes distinction between firefighting activities dividing them into two performance levels based on a risk assessment: - Level 1: specifies the minimum requirements for firefighting clothing involving work associated with outdoor firefighting and their support activities, taking into account the environments and conditions of the expected operational scenarios of such firefighting activities. The level 1 is not applicable for protection against risks encountered in fighting fires or rescue from fire activities in structures, unless combined to a level 2 or other specialised PPE. - Level 2: specifies the minimum requirements for firefighting clothing for risks encountered in fighting fires and rescue from fire in structures. The distinction between Level 1 and Level 2 clothing is restricted to the requirements on heat and flame (X1 or X2 - Heat and Flame). These levels of protection can be reached by a single or a combination of separate garments. Additional marking provides two grades of protection for Y (protection against water penetration) and Z (water vapour resistance). It is essential that these performance grades are indicated on the marking of the clothing and explained in the instructions for use. This document does not cover protective clothing for specialized tasks or specific risk situations e.g. wildland firefighting, specialized firefighting and/or advanced technical rescue operations dealing with hazardous chemicals, working with chainsaws and water and rope rescue. This document does not cover protection for the head, hands and feet or specific protection against other hazards e.g. chemical, biological, radiological and electrical hazards. These aspects may be covered in other European Standards.
Komité: CEN/TC 85 (Eye protective equipment)
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Sluttdato: 27. mai 2019
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This document specifies dimensions and tolerances on factors related to adult human anthropometry for the preparation of headforms used for the testing of protectors. In particular, this is given for: — Anthropometric measurement methods. — Anthropometric data for head and face dimensions. — Human test panels. — Models of headforms