ANNEXE 2: PROTECTIVE GARMENTS - CATEGORIES, TYPES AND CLASSES
Other Relevant Standards
Pictogram Definition Standard and Year*
** Protective Clothing with Electrostatic properties material performance and design requirements.
*** Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. EN 1073-2 :2002
Protective Clothing with protection against heat and ﬂ ame-Limited ﬂ ame spread materials, material assemblies and clothing.
Three Index (levels) of protection are deﬁ ned Index 1/0/0 Index 1 performance, single use and no pre-cleaning or laundering. Index 1 materials limit the ﬂ ame spread, but will melt and must always be worn on top of Index 2 or 3 garments.
EN ISO 14116:2008
Protective clothing (fabrics) against infective agents (indicate by a B e.g. Type 3-B) and comprising several fabric protection test methods.
* As standards are continuously revised the year of publication is subject to change. ** Antistatic treatments on DuPont chemical protective clothing are only effective in relative humidity >25% and when the garment and wearer are continuously and correctly grounded. *** Does not protect against ionizing radiation.
OTHER RELEVANT STANDARDS
There are a number of other relevant PPE Standards that are applicable to protective clothing for particular applications and exposure hazards:
For information on radioactive particulate protection please see Annexe 5.
Table 4. Other relevant PPE standards.
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