NFPA 1951-2001 Standard on Protective Ensemble for USAR Operations.
3.3.34 Functional Capability. Alearned ability involving slills of specialized activities. 3.3.35 Garment. The coat, trouser, or coverall elements of the protective ensemble designed to provide minimum pro- tection to the upper and lower torso, arms, and legs, exclud- ing the head, hands, and feet. 3.3.36 Garment Closure. The garment component designed and configured that allows the wearer to enter (don) and exit (doff) garment. 3.3.37 Garment Closure Assembly. The combination of the garment closure and the seam attaching the garment closure to the garment, excluding any protective flap or cover. 3.3.38 Garment Material. The primary protective materi- al(s) used in the construction of urban technical rescue garments. 3.3.39 Glove. An element of the protective ensemble de- signed to provide minimum protection to fingers, thumb, hand, and wrist. 3.3.40 Glove Body. The part of the glove that extends from the tip of the fingers to 25 mm (1 in.) beyond the wrist crease. 3.3.41 Glove Gauntlet. The circular, flared, or otherwise ex- panded part of the glove that extends beyond the opening of the glove body. (See also Glove Wristlet.) 3.3.42 Glove Liner. The innermost component of the glove body composite that comes in contact with the wearer’s skin. 3.3.43 Glove Wristlet. The dircular, close-ilting part of the glove usually made of knitted material, that extends beyond the opening of the glove body. (See also Glove Gauntlet and Wristlt) 3.3.44 Goggles. A helmet component intended to help pro- tect the wearer’s eyes and a portion of the wearer’s face, not intended as primary eye protection. 3.3.45 Hardware. Nonfabric components of the protective clothing or equipment including but not limited to those made of metal or plastic. 3.3.46 Headband. The portion of the helmet suspension that encircles the head. 3.3.47 Headform. A device that simulates the configuration of the human head.NFPA 1951 pdf download.