ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions
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28 24 Assistive products for protection and safety in the workplace
Safety accessories for machines and tools, see 28 15 18.
Devices designed to be worn or held by an individual for protection against health and safety hazards.
Included are, e.g., products for head protection, eye protection, hearing protection, hand protection, foot protection, airway protection and whole-body protection, safety boots, protective work clothing and work belts.
Orthopedic footwear, see 06 33 00.
Clothes and shoes, see 09 03 00.
Body-worn assistive products for body protection, see 09 06 00.
Products for skin protection and skin cleaning, see 09 21 00.
Devices for regulating lighting conditions at the workplace.
Assistive products to control illumination, see 27 03 15.
Devices or materials for dampening vibrations at the workplace.
Assistive products to reduce vibrations, see 27 03 12.
Devices that remove pollutants at the workplace from the air.
Air cleaners, see 27 03 06.
Devices or materials that reduce or absorb noise at the workplace.
Included are, e.g., sound-absorbing materials.
Assistive products to reduce noise, see 27 03 09.
Devices which are applied in rooms and buildings to minimize hazards.
Included are, e.g., path markings, non-slip floor coverings, and fire-resistant floor coverings.
Non-slip bath mats, non-slip shower mats and non-slip tapes, see 09 33 06.
Floor coverings, see 18 24 15.
Non-slip materials for floors and stairs, see 18 33 03.
Software for the avoidance and reduction of subjectively felt states of stress at work.
Included are, e.g., guided stress reduction and relaxation programs, body awareness programs and time management programs.
Devices which help a person to recover from mental and physical fatigue at the workplace.
Equipment for movement, strength and balance training, see 04 48 00.