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BS EN 13158:2018 Protective clothing. Protective jackets, body and shoulder protectors for equestrian use, for horse riders and those working with horses, and for horse drivers. Requirements and test methods

BS EN 13158:2018

Protective clothing. Protective jackets, body and shoulder protectors for equestrian use, for horse riders and those working with horses, and for horse drivers. Requirements and test methods

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Standard number:BS EN 13158:2018
Pages:48
Released:2018-03-06
ISBN:978 0 580 96795 5
Status:Standard
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BS EN 13158:2018


This standard BS EN 13158:2018 Protective clothing. Protective jackets, body and shoulder protectors for equestrian use, for horse riders and those working with horses, and for horse drivers. Requirements and test methods is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 97.220.40 Outdoor and water sports equipment
  • 13.340.10 Protective clothing
This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the coverage, sizing, adaptability and adjustability, restraint, ergonomics, construction, innocuousness, and performance under impact to be provided by protective jackets, body and shoulder protectors to be worn by children, youths and adults of either sex while riding horses, working with horses, driving horses or being a passenger in a horse driven vehicle. These protectors are intended to provide some protection against impacts due to falls from horses and vehicles, and impacts while on the ground due to a fall, or while working with a horse. Impacts may be against the ground or objects such as trees or vehicles, or impacts may be due to kicks or being trodden on. The protectors covered by this Standard are not intended to provide complete protection against injuries in accidents involving severe torsion, flexion or extension. Requirements for marking and the provision of information are given.