Part II, (R.S.C. 1985, c. L-2) - Canada Labour Code
Z94.2-1994 - Attenuation Test Protocol (CAN)
2003/10/EC - EU Hearing Directive
89/686/EEC - EC Directive/PPE
Category II - EC Category/PPE
EN 352-2:2002 - EU Standards
NOHSC: 1007 (2000) - National Standard for Occupational Noise (AUS/NZ)
NR 15 - Security and Health of Work, Annexes 1 and 2, n°3.214/1978 - Occupational Noise Regulations (BR)
ANSI S12.6/1997 - Method B - Attenuation Test Protocol (BR)
9001:2008 - ISO
Blue/Yellow [regular] or Green/Yellow [small]
Detachable Woven Cord
22 dB / Class 4
European Directives – 89/686/EEC
EC Category PPE – Category II
Standards – EN 352-2:2002
EC Certification Number – 0401035
EC Attestation Number – 22977
Laboratory – B.G.I.A.
Standardsmark License #1579
While holding the stem, reach a hand over your head and gently pull top of your ear up and back.
Insert the earplug so all flanges are well inside your ear canal.
If properly fitted, the tip of the earplug stem may be visible to someone looking at you from the front.
Proper Fit – If either or both earplugs do not seem to be fitted properly, remove the earplug and reinsert.
Removal – Gently twist earplug while slowly pulling in an outward motion for removal.
Acoustical Check – In a noisy environment, with earplugs inserted, cup your hands over your ears and release. Earplugs should block enough noise so that covering your ears with your hands should not result in a significant noise difference.