The European market for head protection products, such as hats, helmets, etc., requires CE certification mark.
CE mark is a compulsory certification mark for some products in the European market in terms of basic health and safety requirements. The European Commission has established basic requirements for head protection equipment, and the standards are coordinated throughout the European economic region.
All manufacturers of respiratory protective equipment outside Europe or Europe must meet the requirements of CE marking to make the products available in the European market. Therefore, European consumers believe that CE mark is a symbol of product performance and quality assurance.
Head protection standard:
EN 397: industrial safety helmet en 14052: high performance industrial safety helmet
EN 443: Fire helmets for buildings and other structures
EN 812: industrial safety helmets (crash helmets)
EN 1384: protective caps for riding activities
EN 1078: protective caps for cyclists and users of skateboards and roller skates
EN 966: protective caps for aviation sports
EN 967: ice hockey players' head protection caps
EN 1077: protective caps for alpine skiers and snowboarders
EN 1385: protective caps for canoeing and water sports
EN 12492: mountain equipment. Mountaineering helmets
EN 13484: short ski helmet
EN 1080: collision protection caps for young children
Head protection appliance application process:
The applicant submits the application to Shanghai Bobbie Equipment Testing Technology Service Co., Ltd. –
The company informs the applicant of sample submission requirements and document preparation requirements
Sample and technical data submitted by the applicant
The Laboratory conducts initial type tests, evaluation documents –
After passing the test, the certification authority issues the test report and certificate of conformity
Manufacturer to make declaration of conformity and paste CE mark