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EN ISO 20347:2012

Superseded

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Personal protective equipment - Occupational footwear (ISO 20347:2012)

Superseded date

31-03-2022

Published date

01-02-2012

Foreword
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Classification and designs
5 Basic requirements for occupational footwear
6 Additional requirements for occupational footwear
7 Marking
8 Information to be supplied
Annex A (normative) - Hybrid footwear
Bibliography
Annex ZA (informative) - Relationship between this
         European Standard and the Essential
         Requirements of EU Directive 89/686/EEC

ISO 20347:2011 specifies basic and additional (optional) requirements for occupational footwear that is not exposed to any mechanical risks (impact or compression).Special risks are covered by complementary job-related standards (e.g. footwear for firefighters, electrical insulating footwear, protection against chain saw injuries, protection against chemicals and against molten metal splash, protection for motor cycle riders).

Committee
CEN/TC 161
DevelopmentNote
Supersedes EN 347 and EN 347-2. (08/2004) Supersedes PREN ISO 20347. (02/2012)
DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
Comite Europeen de Normalisation
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

00/560662 DC : DRAFT JAN 2000 PREN 13832 - FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS AND MICRO-ORGANISMS
DIN EN 13832-2:2006-11 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
17/30359554 DC : 0 BS EN 13832-2 - FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR LIMITED CONTACT WITH CHEMICALS
09/30200146 DC : 0 BS EN ISO 20344 - PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - TEST METHODS FOR FOOTWEAR
04/30095724 DC : DRAFT APR 2004 EN 13832-1 - FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS AND MICRO-ORGANISMS - PART 1: TERMINOLOGY AND TEST METHODS
ONORM EN 13832-3 : 2006 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR HIGHLY RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
EN 13832-1:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals - Part 1: Terminology and test methods
PREN 50321 : DRAFT 2013 LIVE WORKING - FOOTWEAR FOR ELECTRICAL PROTECTION - INSULATING FOOTWEAR AND OVERBOOTS
EN 13832-2:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals - Part 2: Requirements for footwear resistant to chemicals under laboratory conditions
I.S. EN 12568:2010 FOOT AND LEG PROTECTORS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR TOECAPS AND PENETRATION RESISTANT INSERTS
DIN EN 13832-1:2006-11 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 1: TERMINOLOGY AND TEST METHODS
VDI 2083 Blatt 9.2:2017-01 Cleanroom technology - Consumables in the cleanroom
PD CEN/CLC/TR 16832:2015 Selection, use, care and maintenance of personal protective equipment for preventing electrostatic risks in hazardous areas (explosion risks)
BS PD CEN/TR 16832 : 2015 SELECTION, USE, CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR PREVENTING ELECTROSTATIC RISKS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSION RISKS)
PREN 13832-2 : DRAFT 2017 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR LIMITED CONTACT WITH CHEMICALS
BS EN 13832-3:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals Requirements for footwear highly resistant to chemicals under laboratory conditions
PREN 13832-1 : DRAFT 2017 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 1: TERMINOLOGY AND TEST METHODS
I.S. EN 50321-1:2018 LIVE WORKING - FOOTWEAR FOR ELECTRICAL PROTECTION - INSULATING FOOTWEAR AND OVERBOOTS
S.R. CEN/CLC/TR 16832:2015&LC:2015 SELECTION, USE, CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR PREVENTING ELECTROSTATIC RISKS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSION RISKS)
BS EN 13832-2:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals Requirements for footwear resistant to chemicals under laboratory conditions
CEN/CLC/TR 16832:2015 Selection, use, care and maintenance of personal protective equipment for preventing electrostatic risks in hazardous areas (explosion risks)
EN 50321-1:2018 Live working - Footwear for electrical protection - Insulating footwear and overboots
ONORM EN 13832-2 : 2006 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
NF EN 12568 : 2010 FOOT AND LEG PROTECTORS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR TOECAPS AND PENETRATION-RESISTANT INSERTS
DIN EN 12568:2010-10 FOOT AND LEG PROTECTORS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR TOECAPS AND PENETRATION RESISTANT INSERTS
UNI EN 12568 : 2010 FOOT AND LEG PROTECTORS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR TOECAPS AND PENETRATION RESISTANT INSERTS
14/30281166 DC : 0 BS EN 50321 - LIVE WORKING - FOOTWEAR FOR ELECTRICAL PROTECTION - INSULATING FOOTWEAR AND OVERBOOTS
10/30195690 DC : 0 BS EN 13832-3 - FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR HIGHLY RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
CEN/TR 16832 : 2015 COR 2015 SELECTION, USE, CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR PREVENTING ELECTROSTATIC RISKS IN HAZARDOUS AREAS (EXPLOSION RISKS)
PREN 13832-3 : DRAFT 2017 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS FOR PROLONGED CONTACT WITH CHEMICALS
BS EN 50321-1:2018 Live working. Footwear for electrical protection Insulating footwear and overboots
I.S. EN 13832-3:2006 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR HIGHLY RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
17/30359551 DC : 0 BS EN 13832-1 - FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 1: TERMINOLOGY AND TEST METHODS
BS EN 12568:1998 Foot and leg protectors. Requirements and test methods for toecaps and metal penetration resistant inserts
I.S. EN 13832-2:2006 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 2: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
08/30143593 DC : DRAFT OCT 2008 BS EN 12568 - FOOT AND LEG PROTECTORS - REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR TOECAPS AND PENETRATION-RESISTANT INSERTS
DIN EN 13832-3:2006-11 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOTWEAR HIGHLY RESISTANT TO CHEMICALS UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONS
EN 13832-3:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals - Part 3: Requirements for footwear highly resistant to chemicals under laboratory conditions
I.S. EN 13832-1:2006 FOOTWEAR PROTECTING AGAINST CHEMICALS - PART 1: TERMINOLOGY AND TEST METHODS
BS EN 13832-1:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals Terminology and test methods
EN 12568:2010 Foot and leg protectors - Requirements and test methods for toecaps and penetration resistant inserts

89/686/EEC : 1989 AMD 5 2012 COUNCIL DIRECTIVE OF 21 DECEMBER 1989 ON THE APPROXIMATION OF THE LAWS OF THE MEMBER STATES RELATING TO PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
EN 13832-1:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals - Part 1: Terminology and test methods
ISO/TR 16178:2012 Footwear Critical substances potentially present in footwear and footwear components
ISO 19952:2005 Footwear Vocabulary
EN 388 : 1994 PROTECTIVE GLOVES AGAINST MECHANICAL RISKS
EN 13832-3:2006 Footwear protecting against chemicals - Part 3: Requirements for footwear highly resistant to chemicals under laboratory conditions
EN 12568:2010 Foot and leg protectors - Requirements and test methods for toecaps and penetration resistant inserts
EN 50321:1999 Electrically insulating footwear for working on low voltage installations
ISO 20345:2011 Personal protective equipment Safety footwear
ISO 17075:2007 Leather Chemical tests Determination of chromium(VI) content
ISO 20344:2011 Personal protective equipment Test methods for footwear

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