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>>  EN 420: 2003 + A1: 2009 
Protective gloves. General requirements and test methods.

>>  EN 388: 2016     
Protective gloves against mechanical risks.

>>  EN ISO 374-1: 2016   
Protective gloves against dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms.
Part 1: Terminology and performance requirements for chemical risks.

>> EN 374-2: 2014
Protective gloves against dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms.
Part 2: Determination of resistance to penetration.

>> EN 16523-1: 2015

Determination of material resistance to permeation by chemicals.
Permeation by potentially hazardous liquid chemicals under conditions of continuous contact.

>>  EN 374-4: 2013
Protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms.
Part 4: Determination of resistance to degradation by chemicals.
Degradation levels indicate change in puncture resistance of gloves after exposure to the chemical.

>>  EN ISO 374-5: 2016 

Protective gloves against dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms.
Part 5: Terminology and performance requirements for micro-organisms risks.

>>  EN 407: 2004  
Protective gloves against thermal risks (heat and/or fire) 

>> EN 407: 2020          
Protective gloves and other hand protective equipments
against thermal risks (heat and/or fire).

>>  EN 511: 2006 Protective gloves against cold. 

EN ISO 10819  Against mechanical vibrations and shocks.  

>>  EN 12477: 2001 + A1: 2005       
Protective gloves for welders.

>>  EN 16350 
Protective gloves. Protective gloves against thermal risks (fire and/or explosion)

>>  EN ISO 21420:2020
Protective gloves. General requirements and test methods.

>>  EN 60903 
Insulating gloves for working under voltage. 


General notes: 

Hands are precious but vulnerable. However, people continue not to take care of their security when they work.

The hands suffer because of lots of attacks, wounds, cuts (due to the heat or to chemical products), pittings, electric discharges shocks, flattenings, …

In numerous occasions, the lack of protection or the negligence in the choice of an adapted equipment causes damages that can be important and also irreversible.

To protect ourself and decrease the risks, it is imperative to use adapted and resistant gloves according to standards of reference.


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Non-exhaustive list of standards.
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