STANDARD EN ISO 20345: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SAFETY FOOTWEAR
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Standard EN ISO 20345 defines the basic and additional requirements relating to safety shoes.
Standard EN ISO 20344 defines the test methods for the shoes.Classification :
|I||Footwear made from leather and or other materials, excludingall rubber and all polymeric footwear|
|II||Shoes made entirely of rubber or polymer|
All models manufactured by ETCHE SECURITE are class II.
Main basic requirements :
|Whole shoe||II||impact resistance 200J*|
*Standard EN 12568 defines the requirements and test methods for toe-caps and midsoles.
Standard EN 13287 defines the test methods for determining the slip resistance of footwear.
The coefficients measured are greater than :
Additional requirements :
|Whole shoe||II||Perforation resistance||P|
|Heel energy absorption capacity||E|
|Electrically Insulating shoes||I|
|Outsole||II||Heat resistance (direct contact for 60 seconds at 300°C)||HRO|
|Resistance to fuel oil||FO|
|S4||II||SB + antistatic properties + heel energy absorption + resistance to fuel oil|
|S5||II||S4 + Perforation resistance + Studded soles|
Categories S1 S2 S3 are reserved for classification I (leather shoes)