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AS NZS 2161.2:2020 pdf free.Occupational protective gloves Part 2: General requirements and test methods (ISO 21420:2020, MOD).
4 General requirements
4.1 Glove design and construction — General
The protective glove shall be designed and manufactured so that in the foreseeable conditions of use, the wearer can perform the activity as normally as possible with an appropriate protection. This document along with the appropriate specific standards shall be used to verify this adequation.
If required in the relevant specific standard (for example Iso 16073:2011, 5.7.3), the glove shall be designed to minimize the donning and doffing time.
For reusable multilayer gloves, the gloves shall be able to be doffed without separation of the layers of the fingers. When the glove construction includes seams, the material and strength of the seams shall be such that the overall performance of the glove is not significantly decreased as required in the relevant specific standards.
Test methods and requirements are stated in the specific standards listed in the Bibliography. The number of samples shall be as stated in the specific standard. If the standard requests at leastx samples then x samples shall be tested. For uncertainties of measurement, see Annex D.
4.2 Innocuousness of protective gloves
Protective gloves shall not adversely affect the health or hygiene of the user. The materials should not, in the foreseeable conditions of normal use, release substances generally known to be toxic, carcinogenic, mutagenic, allergenic, toxic to reproduction, corrosive, sensitizing or irritating.
NOTE 1 Information on the classification and identification of hazardous substances can be found, e.g. in References [22] and [2..Z].
NOTE 2 Guidance on how to consider acceptability of materials in protective gloves is given in the flow chart in Annex E.
Materials should be selected to minimize the environmental impact of the production and disposal of protective gloves (see also Annex F).
The examination shall determine whether the claim that the materials are suitable for use in the protective gloves is justified. Particular attention shall be paid to the presence of plasticisers, unreacted components, heavy metals, impurities and the chemical identity of pigments and dyes.
a) Chromium VI content in gloves containing leather shall be tested according to ISO 17075-1 or ISO 17075-2 and shall be less than 3,0 mg/kg of leather.AS NZS 2161.2 pdf download.

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