ISO 10256-5:2017 specifies performance requirements and test methods for neck laceration protectors used in ice hockey. Neck laceration protectors are needed to reduce the risk of direct laceration to the neck caused by contact of a hockey skate blade.
The tests required to ensure that a neck laceration protector conforms to the requirements of this document do not attempt to predict the performance of the neck protector in all possible situations. This document does not address protection from the impact of pucks, sticks or other objects.
ISO 10256-5:2017 does not address accessories that are associated with a neck laceration protector.
Status: PublishedPublication date: 2017-03
Edition: 1Number of pages: 22
Technical Committee: ISO/TC 83/SC 5 Ice hockey equipment and facilities
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