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NF EN 14458 - Visières haute performance uniquement destinées à une utilisation avec des casques de protection
La présente Norme européenne spécifie les exigences minimales s'appliquant aux visières spécifiquement conçues pour une utilisation exclusive avec des casques de protection, tels que des casques de sapeurs-pompiers, conformes à l'EN 443, l'EN 16471 et l'EN 16473 et des casques de protection à haute performance pour l'industrie conformes à l'EN 14052. Il peut s'agir de visières fixées de manière permanente au casque, ou de visières amovibles. Source:
Z94.1-15 - Industrial protective headwear
Performance, selection, care, and use The latest edition of CSA Z94.1 – Industrial Protective Headwear – Performance, Selection, Care and Use joins our suite of Personal Protective Equipment standards and applies to protective headwear for industrial, construction, mining, utility, and forestry workers. It defines the areas of the head that are to be protected and basic performance requirements. According to OHS Regulations – Section 12.4, only when there is a foreseeable danger to a worker's head at a work site is industrial headwear required. Employers can help to reduce...
The European, Japanese and US protective helmet, gloves and boots for firefighters
Thermoregulatory and psychological évaluations The purpose of this study was to investigate the physiological and subjective responses of the European, Japanese (JPN) and US firefighters' helmet, gloves and boots for international standardisation. Three experimental conditions were evaluated (clothing mass: 9.4, 8.2 and 10.1 kg for the three conditions, respectively) at the air temperature of 32°C and 60% relative humidity. The results showed that there was no significant difference among the three conditions in oxygen consumption, heart rate, total sweat rate, rectal temperature...
The effect of a helmet on cognitive performance is, at worst, marginal
A controlled laboratory study The present study looked at the effect of a helmet on cognitive performance under demanding conditions, so that small effects would become more detectible. Nineteen participants underwent 30 min of continuous visual vigilance, tracking, and auditory vigilance (VTT + AVT), while seated in a warm environment (27.2 (±0.6) °C, humidity 41 (±1)%, and 0.5 (±0.1) m s(-1) wind speed). The participants wore a helmet in one session and no helmet in the other, in random order. Comfort and temperature perception were measured at the end of each session...

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