BS EN 14052:2005 - High performance industrial helmets – BSI British Standards

BS EN 14052:2005

High performance industrial helmets

Status : Withdrawn, Superseded, Revised   Published : December 2005 Replaced By : BS EN 14052:2012+A1:2012

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This European Standard specifies physical, performance, test and marking requirements for high performance industrial helmets.

High performance industrial helmets, as specified in this European Standard, are intended to provide to the wearer protection against falling objects and off crown impacts and the consequential brain injury, skull fracture and neck injury.

This European Standard includes mandatory requirements that apply to all high performance industrial helmets and additional, optional, performance requirements that apply only where specifically claimed by the helmet manufacturer.

Standard NumberBS EN 14052:2005
TitleHigh performance industrial helmets
StatusWithdrawn, Superseded, Revised
Publication Date14 December 2005
Withdrawn Date29 February 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 373:1993, EN 960:1994, EN 13087-1, EN 13087-2, EN 13087-3, EN 13087-5, EN 13087-7, EN 13087-8, EN 13087-10, EN ISO 472:2001, ISO 472:1999
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 397, EN 812, ENV 13005, EN ISO 20345, ISO 20345:2004, ISO 5725-2, 89/686/EEC
Replaced ByBS EN 14052:2012+A1:2012
International RelationshipsEN 14052:2005
Draft Superseded By00/565107 DC
DescriptorsIndustrial safety helmets, Helmets (protective), Occupational safety, Protective clothing, Performance, Performance testing, Impact testing, Penetration tests, Marking
Title in FrenchCasques de protection a haute performance pour l'industrie
Title in GermanHochleistungs-Industrieschutzhelme
ISBN0 580 46991 3
File Size517.6 KB

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