Oeko-Tex: High Visibility fabrics tested to the Oeko Tex Standard guaranteeing fabric does not contain any harmful substances detrimental to human health.
EN471: High Visibility - EN471 is the harmonised European Standard for high visibilty clothing. It specifies the requirement for signalling the users presence day or night. It intends to make users in hazardous situations conspicuous under any light conditions. The standard provides for two performance parameters: X = Surface of fluorescent and retro-reflective material (3 levels) Y = Quality of the retro-reflective materials (2 levels)
Class 3: Highest Level - Highest Level of protection - required for any persons working on or near motorways or dual-carriage ways or airports. Must incorporate a minimum of 0.80m2 of background material and 0.20m2 of retro-reflective materials. (4 metres of 5cm wide reflective tape)
Class 2: Intermediate Level - Required for any persons working on or near A and B class roads, also for delivery drivers. Must incorporate a minimum of 0.50m2 of background material and 0.13m2 of retro-reflective material. (2.6 metres of 5cm wide reflective tape)
Class 1: Minimum Level - Minimum level of protection required for any persons working on a private road or to be used in conjunction with a higher classed garment. Must incorporate a minimum of 0.14m2 of background material and 0.10m2 of retro-reflective material. (2 metres of 5cm wide reflective tape)
EN343: Protection Against Rain - EN343 is the harmonised European Standard that applies to garments that applies to garments worn in adverse weather conditions. It specifies the characterisitics of protective clothing against the influence of foul weather, wind and cool above - 5C0. The standard provides for two performance parameters: Y = Breathable Properties (3 levels) X = Waterproofness (3 levels)
GO/RT 3279: Rail Industry Standard - Railway Group Standard sets out the minimum specification for high visibility warning clothing in the Rail Industry.
EN510: Anti-Entaglement - This standard specifies the properties of protective clothing that minimise the risk of its entanglement or drawing-in by moving parts when the wearer is working on or near hazardous moving machines or devices.
EN342: Protection Against Cold - EN342 is the harmonised European standard that specifies requirements and test methods for performance of clothing ensembles (ie, two piece suits or coveralls) and of single garments for protection against cold environments.
EN340: Protective Clothing - General Requirements: This European Standard specifies general performance requirements for ergonomics. innocuousness, size designation, ageing, compatibility and marking of protective clothing and the information to be used by the manufacturer with the protective clothing.
EN1150: Protective Clothing - This European Standard specifies the optical performance requirements for high visibilty clothing to be worn by adults and by juveniles, and designed for non-professional use.
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