Certified Safety

Every Personal Protective Equipment product 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. European safety products 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. Typically each major country will have an equivalent test & certification procedure.


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

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

 
EN ISO 14116 LIMITED FLAME SPREAD PROTECTION
> Supersedes EN 533

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


EN 1149-5 ELECTROSTATIC PROTECTION

 
EN ISO 20471 HI VISIBILITY PROTECTION

 
GO/RT 3279 Rail Industry Standard

 
EN 343 FOUL WEATHER PROTECTION

 
EN 13034 TYPE PB (6) CHEMICAL PROTECTION

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

 
Respiratory Protection

 
EN388:2003 Protective Gloves Against Mechanical Risks

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

 
EN374 Gloves For Protection Against Chemicals and Micro Organisms

 
Hearing Protection

 
Head Protection

 
Fall Arrest & Harnesses

 
Footwear