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SR EN 469:2020

Protective clothing for firefighters - Performance requirements for protective clothing for firefighting activities
This document specifies minimum performance requirements for protective clothing designed to be worn during firefighting activities. The requirements detailed in this document cover design, heat and flame, mechanical, chemical, comfort, and visibility. This document covers the general clothing design, the minimum performance levels of the material used, the methods of test to be used to determine these performance levels, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer. This document makes distinction between firefighting activities dividing them into two performance levels based on a risk assessment: - Level 1: specifies the minimum requirements for firefighting clothing involving work associated with outdoor firefighting and their support activities, taking into account the environments and conditions of the expected operational scenarios of such firefighting activities. The level 1 is not applicable for protection against risks encountered in fighting fires or rescue from fire activities in structures, unless combined to a level 2 or other specialized PPE. - Level 2: s

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SR EN 1486:2008

Protective clothing for fire-fighters - Test methods and requirements for reflective clothing for specialised fire-fighting
This European Standard considers requirements for the protection of the whole body including head, hands and feet. Clothing for head and feet according to this European Standard, however, may only provide sufficient protection when worn together with such basic PPE specified in the relevant standards as noted in paragraphs 4.2 and 4.4 of this European Standard. This European Standard specifies test methods and minimum performance requirements for reflective protective clothing used in specialised fire-fighting. This clothing provides protection against flame lick and intense radiant heat and is worn for short periods only, to enable the fire-fighter to enter specific high-risk fire-fighting and fire rescue situations which also require the use of breathing apparatus. This European Standard only covers protective clothing that relies upon the ability of the outer material to reflect intense radiant heat. This type of reflective clothing may also be used for industrial applications involving high levels of radiant heat. The reflective clothing specified in this European Standard

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SR ISO 11613:2018

Protective clothing for firefighter's who are engaged in support activities associated with structural fire fighting -- Laboratory test methods and performance
Acest document specifică metodele de încercare şi cerinţele minime de performanţă pentru îmbrăcămintea de protecţie utilizată de pompierii implicaţi în activităţi suport legate de stingerea incendiilor. Această îmbrăcăminte nu este destinată pompierilor implicaţi direct în stingerea incendiilor din interiorul structurilor. Activităţi suport legate de stingerea incendiilor sunt, de exemplu: - furnizarea de apă şi materiale; - stingerea focului din afara structurilor; - prevenirea răspândirii focului în exterior, la structurile adiacente sau în mediu şi limitarea efectelor fumului; - asigurarea securităţii traficului şi mediului înconjurător; - activităi de prim ajutor; - evaluarea zonei; - evacuarea; - activităţi de planificare, logistice, de comunicare şi transport. Standardul precizează aspecte legate de proiectarea generală a îmbrăcămintei, nivelele minime de performanţă ale materialelor utilizate şi metodele de încercare pentru determinarea acestor nivele de performanţă.

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SR EN 13911:2018

Protective clothing for firefighters - Requirements and test methods for fire hoods for firefighters
This standard specifies minimum safety requirements and test methods for a firehood to be worn during firefighting operations to protect against heat and fire. This standard only applies in situations when protective clothing (EN 469), breathing apparatus (EN 136 and EN 137), and helmet (EN 443) are also worn.

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SR EN ISO 15384:2020

Protective clothing for firefighters - Laboratory test methods and performance requirements for wildland firefighting clothing (ISO 15384:2018)
This document specifies methods of test and minimum performance requirements for personal protective clothing, designed to protect the wearer's body, except for the head, hands, and feet, that is worn during wildland firefighting and associated activities. This clothing is not intended to provide protection during fire entrapment. This document covers the general design of the garment, the minimum level of performance for the materials employed and the methods of test to determine these levels. This document is not applicable to clothing for use in situations encountered in structural firefighting (EN 469 or ISO 11999-3), rescue (ISO 18639) or where a high level of infrared radiation is expected (ISO 15538 or EN 1486), nor does this document cover clothing to protect against chemical, biological, electrical or radiation hazards. This document does not provide protection against high mechanical risks such as for protection when using chain saws.

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SR ISO 15538:2015

Protective clothing for firefighters -- Laboratory test methods and performance requirements for protective clothing with a reflective outer surface
Acest standard specifică metode de încercare şi cerinţe minime de performanţă pentru îmbrăcămintea de protecţie care se bazează pe capacitatea materialului exterior de a reflecta căldura radiantă intensă. Îmbrăcămintea de protecţie la care se referă acest standard este destinată a asigura protecţie împotriva flăcării şi căldurii radiante intense şi se recomandă ca aceasta să fie purtată numai pentru perioade scurte de timp.

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SR EN 16689:2017

Protective clothing for firefighters - Performance requirements for protective clothing for technical rescue
This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for technical rescue clothing. Technical rescues involves work associated with the environments, and conditions associated with operational scenarios such as but not limited to those found during road traffic collisions and when working in and around collapsed structures often for extended periods of time after natural disasters (earthquake, landslides, etc.) where protection against mechanical risks, limited heat and flame and conspicuity is needed. NOTE This could involve heavy workloads, working in confined spaces and require conspicuity in public places. This European Standard covers the general clothing design, the minimum performance levels of the material used, the methods of test to be used to determine these performance levels, and marking and information supplied by the manufacturer. Unless combined with other specialized PPE and tested accordingly this standard is not applicable to clothing used to protect against risks encountered in fighting fires, wildland fires or rescue from fire, dealing with hazardous

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SR EN ISO 18640-1:2018

Protective clothing for firefighters - Physiological impact - Part 1: Measurement of coupled heat and moisture transfer with the sweating torso (ISO 18640-1:2018)
This document provides a test method for evaluating the physiological impact of protective fabric ensembles and potentially protective clothing ensembles in a series of simulated activities (phases) under defined ambient conditions. This standard test method characterizes the essential properties of fabric assemblies of a representative garment or clothing ensemble for thermo-physiological assessment: — dry thermal insulation; — cooling properties during average metabolic activity and moisture management (dry and wet heat transfer); — drying behaviour. Default measurements are done on fabric samples representing the garment or protective clothing combination. Optionally and in addition to the standard test method, the same testing protocol can be applied to characterise more complex protective clothing ensembles including underwear, air layer and certain design features[1]. In addition, measurements on readymade garments are possible. This test method is intended to be used to measure and describe the behaviour of fabric assemblies of a garment or clothing ensemble in response

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SR EN ISO 18640-1:2018/A1:2020

Protective clothing for firefighters - Physiological impact - Part 1: Measurement of coupled heat and moisture transfer with the sweating torso - Amendment 1 (ISO 18640-1:2018/Amd 1:2019)
Protective clothing for firefighters - Physiological impact - Part 1: Measurement of coupled heat and moisture transfer with the sweating torso - Amendment 1 (ISO 18640-1:2018/Amd 1:2019)

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