Safety Standards

Certified Safety

Every garment you buy needs to have undergone careful scrutiny in a rigorous quality control system. Garments must comply in full with any appropriate norm, directive, rule or regulation in existence.

Professionals trust you with their safety, which is not a responsibility to be taken lightly.

Garments must carry a CE label with information on the standards to which the garment is certified and also give washing instructions, the fabric content and style number for the garment.

IEC 41482
IEC 61482-2 ELECTRIC ARC PROTECTION
> Supersedes CLC/TS 50354: 2003 or ENV 50354

ISO 11612
EN ISO 11612 ABCDEF HEAT AND FLAME PROTECTION
> Supersedes EN 531

ISO 14116
EN ISO 14116 LIMITED FLAME SPREAD PROTECTION
> Supersedes EN 533

ISO 11611
EN ISO 11611 WELDING & ALLIED PROCESSES PROTECTION
> Supersedes EN 470-1

1149
EN 1149-5 ELECTROSTATIC PROTECTION

EN 471
EN ISO 20471 HI VISIBILITY PROTECTION

3279
GO/RT 3279 Rail Industry Standard

EN343
EN 343 FOUL WEATHER PROTECTION

13034
EN 13034 TYPE PB (6) CHEMICAL PROTECTION

135758
EN 13758-2 UV (Ultra Violet Sun Rays) Protection

Respiratory Protection
Respiratory Protection

en388
EN388:2003 Protective Gloves Against Mechanical Risks

en407
EN407:2004 Protective Gloves Against Thermal Risks (Heat and/or fire)

EN 374
EN374 Gloves For Protection Against Chemicals and Micro Organisms

HEARING PROTECTION
Hearing Protection

Head Protection
Head Protection

fall protection
Fall Arrest & Harnesses

Protective Footwear
Footwear