CERTIFICACIÓN DE GUANTES DE PROTECCIÓN. MARCADO CE
Protective gloves are PPE designed to protect the hands, fingers, forearm and upper arm when working in hazardous environments. The correct type of glove must be selected depending on the activity and the risks to which the operator is subjected.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF PROTECTIVE GLOVES. CE MARKING.
Protective gloves must meet the technical criteria contained in EU Regulation 2016/425 on Personal Protective Equipment in order to be marketed in the European Union.
The conformity assessment of this type of certificate must be carried out by a Notified Body. AITEX is a Notified Body number 0161 assigned by the European Commission to assess the conformity of Personal Protective Equipment for its CE marking before it is placed on the community market.
Protective gloves can be classified according to categories I, II, or III, depending on the risks from which they protect the user. Depending on the category to which the glove or sleeve belongs, it must undergo different conformity assessment procedures for certification.
CLASSIFICATION FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF PROTECTIVE GLOVES
CLASSIFICATION OF PROTECTIVE GLOVES ACCORDING TO CATEGORY
ersonal Protection Equipment is classified according to the risk categories from which users must be protected:
> Category I. Protection against minimal risks
> Category II. Protection against intermediate risks other than those listed in categories I and III.
> Category III. Protection exclusively from risks that may have very serious consequences, such as death or irreversible damage to health.
CLASSIFICATION OF PROTECTIVE GLOVES ACCORDING TO RISKS
Protective gloves can be classified according to how they protect the hands from the risks that can occur in the development of a work activity.
> Mechanical risks
> Hand Driven Chain Saw Guard
> Mechanical risks in general:
> Thermal risks: heat and flames
> Protective gloves for firefighters
> Protective gloves for welders
> Against thermal risk produced by electric arc
> Against thermal risk, heat and flames for industrial workers
> Chemical risks
> Biological risks
> Ionizing radiation risks
> Risks against cold
> Electrostatic risks
> Electrical hazards
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