EN ISO 20345 - Dispositivi di protezione individuale – Calzature protettive

Indica come classificare e come testare calzature e stivali protettivi.
Calzature e stivali protettivi sono divisi in due classi a seconda del materiale.

  • Classe 1 significa che la scarpa/lo stivale è fatto di tessuto o di cuoio.
  • Classe 2 significa che la scarpa/lo stivale è fatto di gomma o di polimero.

Dopo avere deciso la classe, vengono elencati quali tipi di test e quali marcature la scarpa o lo stivale debbano ricevere secondo la tabella sotto.

Category
Class Additional requirement
SB I or II
S1 I
  • Closed seat region
  • Antistatic properties
  • Energy absorption of seat region
S2 I As S1 plus water penetration and water absorption.
S3 I As S2 plus penetration resistance and cleated outsole.
S4 II Antistatic properties. Energy absorption of seat region.
S5 II As S4 plus penetration resistance and cleated outsole

Additional requirements:

Requirement Symbol
Whole footwear Penetration resistance P
Conductive footwear C
Antistatic footwear A
Electrically insulating footwear I
Heat insulation of sole complex HI
Cold insulation of sole complex CI
Energy absorption of seat region E
Water resistance WR
Metatarsal protection M
Ankle protection AN
Upper Water penetration and water absorption WRU

Cut resistance CR
Outsole Resistance to hot contact HO

Requirements for footwear resistant to slip:

Marking of product for slip resistance properties Symbol
Ceramic tile with sodium lauryl sulphate SRA
Steel with glycerol SRB
Ceramic tile with sodium lauryl sulphate & steel with glycerol SRC