Technical Information & Certificates of Conformity

See below details on relevant standards applicable to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and understanding markings. Certificates of Conformity on all Yansport products are available on the Certificates Page (Click Here).

EN ISO 11612 Clothing to protect against heat and flame, Clothing designed to provide protection whe there are requirements for limited flame spread and where the user may be: A1 - Limited Flame Spread (Surface Ignition) - B2 - Convective Heat - C2 - Radiant Heat - E3 - Molten Iron Splash (No. 1 indicates the lowest level of acceptance)

EN 1149-5 Electrostatic Properties of Protective Clothing (EN 1149-3:2004 measurement of charge decay).
Clothing designed to be electrostatically dissipative to avoide indendiary discharges


EN ISO 20471:2013+A1 High Visability Clothing. Clothing designed to provide protection in areas of low conspicuity
Class 3 (Class 1 indicates the lowest level of acceptance) - RIS-3279-TOM Rail Industry Standard for High Visibility Clothing


EN ISO 11611 Protective Clothing for use in welding and allied processes



IEC 61482-2 Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of electric arc. Clothing designed to provide protection against convective and radiant energy in heat and flame protective clothing. EN 61482-1-1 Arc rating (APTV) - Arc Thermal Performance Value (ATPV) refers to the maximum incident energy that protective equipment can be exposed to with a 50% probability of a second-degree burn. The indident energy linit (ELIM)refers to the energy level that protective equipment can be exposed to with a 0% probability of a second degree-burn.

These garments bear the CE Mark to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of PPE regulation (EU) 2016/425



These garments bear the UKCA mark to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of PPL Regulation (EU) 2016/425 as brought in UK law and amended