UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY Immersion suits – Part 2: Abandonment Suits, Requirements Including Safety
|Publication Date:||27 July 2020|
This part of ISO 15027 specifies performance and safety requirements for abandonment suits in emergency situations in work and leisure activities to protect the body of a user against the effects of cold water immersion, such as cold shock and hypothermia, including head, hand and feet protection.
1DV D2 Modification by revising the first paragraph of clause 1 by replacing the text with:
This part of ISO 15027 specifies performance and safety requirements for abandonment suits and suit systems in emergency situations in work and leisure activities to protect the user against the effects of cold water immersion, by reducing cold shock and delaying the onset of hypothermia and providing stable face-up flotation.
It is applicable for dry and wet abandonment suits.
1DV.1 D2 Modification by deleting the second paragraph
Constant wear suits are not covered by this part of ISO 15027. The requirements of constant wear suits are given in ISO 15027-1:2012. Test methods are given in ISO 15027-3:2012.
1DV.2 D2 Modification by adding a new paragraph
Where references are made to ISO 15027 standards or ISO 12402 standards, they shall be considered to be to ANSI/CAN UL 15027 with the applicable Canadian /US National Differences where UL Standards exist. Where references are made to particular requirements within a part they shall include the associated DVs contained in that standard, as applicable.