Standarts Guide

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This is the general requirement as a reference standard which cannot be applied on its own but which is referred to all specific protective clothing standards. E.g. EN ISO20471, the European standard for high-visibility clothing.

EN ISO20471:2013 is the harmonized European standard for high visibility clothing. It specifies the requirements for signaling the users presence during day or night time. High visibility clothing is grouped into three classes related to risk assessment.The performance class can be obtained using a single garment or a clothing ensemble, e.g. jacket and trousers.

This European standard concerns protective clothing against rain, wind and cold at temperatures higher than -5℃. This standard specifies the requirements and test methods applied to the materials and seams of the protective clothing against the effects of foul weather (for example rain or snow), fog and humidity. The requirements of the EN343 include:

This standard specifies the performance and requirement for anti-static, for materials and protective clothing. It covers clothing used as part of an earth system, to avoid incendiary discharge of static electricity .The requirements may not be sufficient in oxygen enriched flammable atmospheres. This standard does not apply to protection against mains voltages.

This standard is used with the intent to protect the wearer against the spatter (small splashes of molten metal), short-term electrical shock, accidental contact with live electrical conductors at voltages, and minimizes the possibility of short-term electrical shock and accidental contact with live electrical conductors at voltages.
Class 1 is against less hazardous welding techniques and situations, causing lower levels of spatter and radiant heat.
Class 2 is against more hazardous welding techniques and situations, causing higher levels of spatter and radiant heat.

The garment which meets this standard can provide a certain degree of protection to cool for a certain length of time, depending e.g. on personal constitution and activity, the accompanying clothing and the environmental features (wind speed, temperature, humidity).

EN ISO20471:2013 is the harmonized European standard for high visibility clothing. It specifies the requirements for signaling the users presence during day or night time. High visibility clothing is grouped into three classes related to risk assessment.The performance class can be obtained using a single garment or a clothing ensemble, e.g. jacket and trousers.

This European standard concerns protective clothing against rain, wind and cold at temperatures higher than -5℃. This standard specifies the requirements and test methods applied to the materials and seams of the protective clothing against the effects of foul weather (for example rain or snow), fog and humidity. The requirements of the EN343 include:

This standard specifies performance requirements for limited flame-spreading properties of materials, material assemblies and protective clothing to reduce the possibility of garments being burned and thus avoid hazards. Additional requirements for clothing are also specified.
Index 1 1 / 30H / 60 (flame spread, flammability residues and image retention properties)
Index 2 (index 1 plus as hole-making features)
Index 3 3 / 30H / 60 (as index 2 plus flammability properties)

This standard is for non-professional high-visibility clothing. For example, jogging, cycling or other traffic-related interaction activities.

This standard sets out the general requirements for protective clothing against liquid chemicals. Performance requirements for chemical protective suits that offer limited protective performance against liquid chemicals.

This standard specifies optical performance requirements and surface area requirements designed for non-professional use and designed to visually report the presence of the user when illuminated by vehicles on dark roads. Accessories can be worn, worn or carried by people.

IEC 61482 Protective clothing against thermal hazards of the electric arc.
EN61482-1-2: 2007 = Arc in box test method
Class 1 = 4ka
Class 2 = 7ka
EN61482-1-1: 2009 = Open Arc test method
ATPV (Arc Thermal Performance Value) cal / cm2

An Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) rating for Ultraviolet Radiation transmitted from a fabric to the skin. Look for UPF 40 or 50+ rated clothing for perfect protection.

Clothes made of leak-proof waterproof fabric and stitches to ensure protection from the elements.

A breathable garment will be waterproof, moisture controlled, breathable, insulating and warm.

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Turkish Businessmen Association Work Safety Guide

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The association, which was founded in 1999 under the name of ISGIAD (Businessmen Association for Work Safety) and then changed its name to TIGIAD (Turkish Businessmen Association for Work Safety), creates a bridge between those who produce, import and market personal protective equipment and provide training and consultancy services for occupational health and safety. The association is a non-governmental organization, which is headquartered in Istanbul and members of which are located throughout Turkey.