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Fire retardant clothing is an essential safety measure for workers in the oil and gas industry. It is designed to protect against burns, sparks, and other hazards that may occur during operations. US and Canada have developed specific fire retardant clothing standards for oil and gas workwear. This article will provide an overview of these standards and discuss the benefits of using fire retardant clothing in this industry. It will also discuss the different types of fire retardant clothing available, as well as their uses in oil & gas industry workwear. Finally, it will provide tips on how to choose the right type of fire retardant clothing for your needs.
Flame resistant clothing is essential for workers in hazardous environments. In the US and Canada, regulations are in place to ensure that these workers are provided with the necessary protective gear. Flame resistant clothing must meet certain standards set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
These regulations include requirements on fabric composition, design, construction and labeling of flame resistant clothing. They also specify testing methods to ensure that the garments provide adequate protection against heat, flames, electric arcs and other hazards. Compliance with these regulations is essential for employers to protect their employees from harm.
EN11611: Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes.
EN11612: Protective clothing. Clothing to protect against heat and flame.
EN61842-1-2: Box test Class 1: Live Working – Protective Clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc.
NFPA 2112: Flame resistant garments for protection of industrial personnel against flash fire.
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