BS EN 15090:2012 - Footwear for firefighters

BS EN 15090:2012

Footwear for firefighters

Status : Current   Published : February 2012
Conformity to regulation : Designated



Standard NumberBS EN 15090:2012
TitleFootwear for firefighters
Publication Date29 February 2012
Conformity to regulationDesignated
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13832-3:2006, ISO 15025:2000, EN ISO 20345:2011, ISO 6942:2002, ISO 15538, EN ISO 20344:2011, EN ISO 15025:2002, EN ISO 6942:2002, EN 50321
Informative References(Provided for Information)prEN ISO 20347, EN ISO 20347, ISO 3377-1:2002, ISO/DIS 20347:2009, EN 13832-1, EN 13832-2, EN 13287, EN ISO 3758, EN ISO 20345, ISO 3377-2:2002, EN ISO 4045, ISO 4045:2008, ISO 3758:2005, EN ISO 3376, ISO 4674-2:1998, ENV 13005, ISO 34-1, ISO 34-2, ISO 2023, EN ISO 3377-1, Directive 89/686/EEC, EN ISO 4674-1, ISO 3376:2002, EN 388, ISO 4674-1:2003, EN ISO 4674-2, EN ISO 3377-2, ISO 5725-2:2019, BS ISO 5725-2:2019, ISO 4649, EN 943-2, ISO 4643
ReplacesBS EN 15090:2006
International RelationshipsEN 15090:2012
Draft Superseded By09/30203310 DC
DescriptorsPerformance, Protective clothing, Marking, Classification systems, Footwear, Fire resistance, Protective footwear, Risk assessment, Firefighting personnel, Thermal testing, Fire tests, Thermal resistance, Grades (quality), Occupational safety, Firefighting equipment, Instructions for use
Title in FrenchChaussures pour pompiers
Title in GermanSchuhe für die Feuerwehr
ISBN978 0 580 67771 7
File Size1.029 MB

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