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To ensure protection of fire service and emergency services personnel from occupational hazards with thermally stable textiles, use the requirements in the 2009 edition of NFPA 1975.
The 2009 NFPA 1975: Standard on Station/Work Uniforms for Emergency Services increases on-the-job safety for emergency services personnel and specifies the latest requirements for the design, performance, testing, and certification of station/work uniforms constructed from thermally stable materials or flame resistant materials so that they will not cause or contribute to burn injury severity. 26 pp.
This edition includes important changes, including:
Updated certification provisions
Clarification of product labeling requirements
Revised "pass or fail" criteria for thermal stability
Changes in the criteria for commercial dry-cleaning procedure to test flame resistance
Updated Annex material
Clarifications and revisions to terminology for improved consistency and specifications
Station/work uniforms are non-primary protective garments configured as long or short sleeve shirts (regular, tee, polo, sweatshirt), and pants and shorts; but do not include underwear, socks, dress uniforms, and outerwear.
NFPA 1975: Station/Work Uniforms for Fire and Emergency Services, 2009 Edition