NFPA 2112-2018

User Information for 3rd Party Certified NFPA 2112 Garments
Safety Considerations

For safety considerations, please see the garment label. 

Limitations of Use

For limitations of use, please see the garment label. 

Marking Recommendations and Restrictions

Non-flame-resistant heraldry attached to the exterior of the garments (e.g., logos, name tags, non-flame-resistant screened artwork, etc.) shall be kept to a minimum, both in surface area and number. 

Warranty Information

For information regarding garment warranties, please see our warranty information page. 


Sizing and adjustment information can be found on our sizing charts page.

Recommend Storage Practices

- DO NOT store in direct sunlight.
- Ensure storage areas are clean, dry, and well ventilated.
- Ensure flame-resistant garments are clean and dry prior to storage.

Inspection Frequency and Details

- Follow inspection requirements established by the employer.
- Inspect garments prior to each use.
- DO NOT use garment if it is soiled, torn, abraded, or altered from its original condition. 

Donning and Doffing Procedures

- Follow donning and doffing procedures established by the employer.
- Inspect PPE prior to donning.
- DO NOT don or doff in a hazardous area.
- Remove at once if fouled with flammable material. 

Proper Use Consistent with NFPA 2113

- Garments shall be selected that cover both the upper and lower body and flammable under-layers as completely as possible. 
- Flame-resistant garments shall be worn closed. 
- When a shirt and trousers, both flame-resistant, are worn together, the shirt shall be tucked in. 
- Sleeves and cuffs shall be worn down and secured. 
- Organizations shall require that protective neck, head, hand, and foot coverings be worn if the occupational hazard warrants their use.
- DO NOT wear non-flame-resistant clothing over flame-resistant garments. 
- Flame-resistant or non-melting undergarments (closest to the skin) shall be used. An incidental amount of elastic used for non-melting fabric underwear or socks shall be permitted.
- For further details, refer to NFPA 2113, Standard on Selection, Care, Use, and Maintenance, of Flame-Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Short-Duration Thermal Exposures from Fire. 

Cleaning Instructions and Precautions

For cleaning instructions and precautions, please see our product care section.

Maintenance Criteria and Methods of Repair Where Applicable 

- Follow the maintenance criteria established by the employer.
- Flame-resistant garments shall be repaired in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 
- Flame-resistant garments shall be cleaned before repair.
- All repairs and alterations to flame-resistant garments shall be performed in the same manner and using the same material as the manufacturer.
- Our products are guaranteed from defects in workmanship only. If a product is defective, contact our Customer Service team via email for a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA) number before sending the product back to us. We reserve the right to determine whether a product is defective. We will repair or replace the product if appropriate.

Retirement and Disposal Criteria 

- Damaged or deteriorated flame-resistant garments shall be retired when they can no longer be repaired.
- Flame-resistant garments shall be retired when they exceed the manufacturer-stated service life, if indicated.
- Retired flame-resistant garments shall be destroyed or disposed of in a manner assuring that they will not be used for protection of industrial personnel.