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The ISO (International Standard Organization) has just published the new standards related to the technical requirements for the following devices:

Ski goggles
“ISO 18527-1:2021 Eye and face protection for sports use - Part 1: Requirements for downhill skiing and snowboarding goggles” which is going to replace, once published by CEN, the European standard EN 174:2001 “Personal eye-protection - Ski goggles for downhill skiing”
Eye and face protection for sports use: squash e racquetball
“ISO 18527-2:2021 Eye and face protection for sports use - Part 2: Requirements for eye protectors for squash and eye protectors for racquetball and squash”.
Surface swimming goggles
“ISO 18527-3:2020 Eye and face protection for sports use - Part 3: Requirements and test methods for eyewear intended to be used for surface swimming”.
Eye and face protection for occupational use
“ISO 16321-1:2021 Eye and face protection for occupational use - Part 1: General requirements” which is going to replace, once published by CEN, the European standard “EN 166:2001 “Personal eye-protection – Specifications”
“ISO 16321-2:2021 Eye and face protection for occupational use - Part 2: Additional requirements for protectors used during welding and related techniques” which is going to replace, once published by CEN, the European standard “EN 175:1997 “Equipment for eye and face protection during welding and allied processes”
“ISO 16321-3:2021 Eye and face protection for occupational use - Part 3: Additional requirements for mesh protectors” which is going to replace, once published by CEN, the European standard “EN 1731:2006 Mesh eye and face protectors”.

The “iter” of the standards
After the publication at an ISO level, the transposition of the standards by the CEN (Comité Européen de Normalization) will follow and they will become EN standards (European Norm). Another important step will be the following publication in the European Union Official Journal, which will make them harmonized standards with their effective date and the relevant "transition period".

What happens in the world?
When the regulatory work for the new ISO standards began, the aim was to have an international standard that would replace the plenty of national and / or regional technical standards. This target remains valid, however, it is necessary to take into account the legislative specification of the states which may differ from European rules. The adoption of ISO standards, in fact, depends on non-EU nations.

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