Increasing demands are imposed on our safety at work, and clothing is an important part of meeting these requirements. On the following pages we will show a selection of work clothes that comply with all applicable, relevant standards, while at the same time also taking fit, functionality and durability into account.


Be recognised for safety. There is a strong singnaling effect in being properly dressed. Not just in terms of safety, visibility and comfort, but also very much when it comes to company name and logo recognition. Most of our product range is available in a wide selection of colours so you can find a combination that best suits your company profile. In addition, we offer the application of company logo adhesive marks - an effective way to strengthen your brand.


ICM keeps a stock of most of the products in our catalogue, but our complete range of workwear is much larger. We can actually deliver almost anything, so please refer to several of the manufacturers’ catalogues for a full overview. We recommend to all our customers to get a Mascot Smart Store solution in order to order work clothes online (including logo printing and special wishes) via the best and most user-friendly e-commerce platform on the market. The order is sent directly from Mascot and the agreement can be set up, so it is possible to include other ICM products from other product categories in your order. Contact our consultants to get a SmartStore account access solution.


Get someone to help you in order to ensure accurate measurements. Keep your shirt and trousers on and stand at ease. Let your arms hang down loosely. Place the measuring tape around the body. It should be close to the body but not tight.
A. Neck width:  Measured around the neck.
B. Bust size: Measured at the widest point around the chest.
C. Waist circumference: Measured by pulling down the trousers a little and measuring around the waist over the shirt.
D. Leg length: Measured from the crotch to the base of the shoe.
Short leg length: 76-77 cm.
Standard leg length: 80-83 cm.
Extra long leg length: 92 cm.

Close collaboration with mascot

ICM has formed a strategic collaboration with MASCOT, which means we can deliver overall solutions within workwear to our  large customers. ICM aims to provide our customers with the best products, knowledge and guidance. We reach this goal with our close collaboration with MASCOT. The workwear manufacturer is a quality-conscious choice from your side.



EN 471
High-visibility clothing for professional use.
X digits: Indicate the product's overall class depending on the area of the fluorescent fabric and the reflector area.

Y digits: Indicate the ability of the reflector to reflect light. There are two classes; 1 or 2, where 2 is the highest.

EN 381
Protective clothing for users of handheld chain saws. The standard is divided into different areas, each discussing a specific part of the body:
EN 381-5: Requirements for leg protectors
EN 381-7: Requirements for chainsaw protective gloves
EN 381-9: Requirements for chain saw protective gaiters
EN 381-11: Requirements for upper body protectors

The standard defines four classes, which point to the speed of the chain saw at which the test is carried out.
Protection classes:
Class 0: 16 m/sec (Chain saw speed)
Class 1: 20 m/sec (Chain saw speed)
Class 2: 24 m/sec (Chain saw speed)
Class 3: 28 m/sec (Chain saw speed)

EN 381-5 is further divided into types A, B and C. Type A and B have protection in front and cover each leg 180° degrees, while type C has all-round protection and covers each leg 360° degrees.

EN ISO 20471
High-visibility warning clothing for professional use - Test methods and requirements.
X digits: Indicate the product's overall class depending on the area of the fluorescent fabric and the reflector area.

ENV 50354
Electrical arc test methods for material and garments, for use by workers at risk from exposure to an electrical arc.

EN 1150
Protective clothing - Visibility clothing for non-professional use.

EN 61482-1-2
Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc. Has replaced the old standard ENV 50354.

EN 470-1
Clothing to protect against heat and flame. Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes.

EN 1149-3 & EN 1149-5
Protective clothing- Electrostatic properties.

EN ISO 11611
Protective clothing for use in welding and related activities.
Class 1: RHTI 24 ≥7 s
Class 2: RHTI 24 ≥16 s. Has replaced the older standard EN 470-1.

EN 13034
Protective clothing against liquid chemicals - Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals.

EN 531
Protective clothing. Protection against heat. Protective clothing for workers exposed to heat.

EN 342
Protective clothing. Ensembles and garments for protection against cold. This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for protection against cold weather. Does not address head- and footwear or gloves.

EN ISO 11612
Protective clothing - Clothing to protect against heat and flame. Has replaced the old standard ENV 531.

EN ISO 15797
Industrial washing and finishing procedures for testing of workwear. The standard specifies the test methods and equipment, which can be used to determine whether workwear materials are suitable for industrial washing.

EN 533
Protective clothing.
Protection against heat and flame. Limited flame spread materials and material

Standard for clothing protection against UV rays. The standard specifies how well the material provides user protection against the sun's UV rays. Factor 80 protection is the highest protection a material can achieve in the test.

EN ISO 14116
Protective clothing - Clothing to protect against heat and flame. Has replaced the old standard ENV 533.

EN 14404
​Personal protective equipment - Knee protectors for work in the kneeling position.

EN 343
Protective clothing. Protection against rain.
1 digit: Resistance to water permeability. Class 1-3 (3 is the highest class).
2 digits: Water-vapour permeability. Class 1-3 (3 is the highest class).

Confidence in textiles. Content of harmful substances controlled.

EN 13911:2004
Protective clothing for fire fighters - Requirements and test methods for fire hoods for fire fighters. The standard describes minimum safety requirements and test methods for fire hoods worn with an EN 469 approved fire suit, an EN 136 approved breathing apparatus and an EN 443 approved fire helmet.


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