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As suppliers and manufacturers of Safety Workwear, our products must comply European Standards and Regulations. Detailed below are the Standards and Regulations our products comply to.
EN 471 is a European Standard which specifies performance requirements for Hi Vis Workwear. It was put into place in 1994 to keep workers safe in any hazardous evironment. The Standard is split into three classes by their level of conspicuity.
Class 1: The lowest level of visibility
Hi Vis Trousers come into this class with two reflective bands around each leg.
Class 2: Intermediary visibility level
Hi Vis Vests come into this class with a requirement for at least two bands around the waist and shoulders.
Class 3: Highest visibilty level
Hi Vis Jackets come into this class which requires the jackets to have one reflective band on each sleeve.
Tests the specified clothing for resistance to water penetration and water vapour. Many of our Hi Vis Jackets conform to this standard.
A standard of requirements for protective clothing against cold weather. Tested clothing should protect against temperatures lower than 5°C.
Protective clothing which is tested for resistancy to flame spread.
Our Safety Footwear range conforms to this standard and features Steel Caps and and an anti-slip sole. You can find additional requirements for our Safety Footwear here.