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ISO TS 16976-2

Respiratory protective devices - Human factors - Part 2: Anthropometrics

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 April 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 32
ICS Code (Respiratory protective devices): 13.340.30
scope:

This part of ISO/TS 16976 is one part of a series of Technical Specifications that provide information on factors related to human anthropometry, physiology, ergonomics, and performance for the preparation of standards for design, testing, and use of respiratory protective devices. This part of ISO/TS 16976 contains information related to anthropometry. In particular, information is given for:

- anthropometric measurement methods;

- anthropometric data for head, face, and neck dimensions;

- anthropometric data for torso dimensions;

- human test panels;

- models of headforms.

Document History

ISO TS 16976-2
April 1, 2015
Respiratory protective devices - Human factors - Part 2: Anthropometrics
This part of ISO/TS 16976 is one part of a series of Technical Specifications that provide information on factors related to human anthropometry, physiology, ergonomics, and performance for the...
December 15, 2011
Respiratory protective devices — Human factors Part 2: Anthropometrics TECHNICAL CORRIGENDUM 1
This part of ISO/TS 16976 is one part of a series of technical specifications that provide information on factors related to human anthropometry, physiology, ergonomics and performance for the...
June 15, 2010
Respiratory protective devices - Human factors - Part 2: Anthropometrics
This part of ISO/TS 16976 is one part of a series of technical specifications that provide information on factors related to human anthropometry, physiology, ergonomics and performance for the...

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