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ASTM STP538 - CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL Organization: ASTM
Date: 1973-01-01
Description: Cleanliness requirements in the chemical industry, and in the food industry— where cleaning-in-place procedures are employed—are also emphasized.
API/EI 1585 - GUIDANCE IN THE CLEANING OF AVIATION FUEL HYDRANT SYSTEMS AT AIRPORTS - SECOND EDITION; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI Organization: API
Date: 2007-11-01
Description: It cannot be too strongly stressed that the key is to ensure that the hydrant system is clean in the first place.
ASD-STAN PREN 4533-001 - AEROSPACE SERIES FIBRE OPTIC SYSTEMS HANDBOOK PART 001: TERMINATION METHODS AND TOOLS - EDITION P 2 Organization: ASD-STAN
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: Need to high integrity terminations In order to implement a fibre optic based system on an aircraft it is vital to ensure that all the constituent elements of the system will continue to operate, to specification, over the life of the system. An important aspect of this requirement is the need for reliable interconnection components.
UL 1017 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY VACUUM CLEANERS, BLOWER CLEANERS, AND HOUSEHOLD FLOOR FINISHING MACHINES - NINTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-04-13
Description:   These requirements cover: a) Household, commercial, and coin-operated vacuum cleaning machines and blower cleaners, intended for indoor or outdoor use or both; b) Household, commercial, and coin-operated wet pick-up, dry pick-up, permanently mounted, portable, and central vacuum cleaners and blower cleaner systems; c) Household electrically powered floor finishing machines, including floor polishers, floor scrubbers, floor sanders, rug shampooers, rug and floor washers, and similar machines; d) Appliances covered by this Standard that are marked as being provided with double insulation and that employ double insulation in place of grounding in accordance with the Exception to Clause 4.16.1; e) Portable rechargeable battery-powered appliances for indoor or outdoor use with rechargeable non-user and user-replaceable batteries; see Clause 7; f) Current-carrying hoses for use with vacuum cleaner/motorized nozzle combination appliances intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; g) Current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for use with central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; h) Wet pick-up current-carrying hoses for use with household, indoor use carpet cleaning equipment; see Clause 8; i) Electrified wall valves for connection of current-carrying hose/motorized nozzle combinations for central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household use; see Clause 8; j) Household, indoor use, wet/dry vacuum cleaning machines with a steam-cleaning attachment (such as a vacuum provided with a steam generator in the nozzle), where the vacuum is the prominent feature of the appliance as evidenced by the electrical rating of the vacuum function being greater than the electrical rating of the steam-cleaning function; see also Clause 2.3.3.
CSA C22.2 NO 243 - VACUUM CLEANERS, BLOWER CLEANERS, AND HOUSEHOLD FLOOR FINISHING MACHINES - FIFTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: These requirements cover: a) Household, commercial, and coin-operated vacuum cleaning machines and blower cleaners, intended for indoor or outdoor use or both; b) Household, commercial, and coin-operated wet pick-up, dry pick-up, permanently mounted, portable, and central vacuum cleaners and blower cleaner systems; c) Household electrically powered floor finishing machines, including floor polishers, floor scrubbers, floor sanders, rug shampooers, rug and floor washers, and similar machines; d) Appliances covered by this Standard that are marked as being provided with double insulation and that employ double insulation in place of grounding in accordance with the Exception to Clause 4.16.1; e) Portable rechargeable battery-powered appliances for indoor or outdoor use with rechargeable non-user and user-replaceable batteries; see Clause 7; f) Current-carrying hoses for use with vacuum cleaner/motorized nozzle combination appliances intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; g) Current-carrying hoses for use with motorized nozzles intended for use with central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household, dry pick-up, indoor use; see Clause 8; h) Wet pick-up current-carrying hoses for use with household, indoor use carpet cleaning equipment; see Clause 8; i) Electrified wall valves for connection of current-carrying hose/motorized nozzle combinations for central vacuum cleaning systems intended for household use; see Clause 8; j) Household, indoor use, wet/dry vacuum cleaning machines with a steam-cleaning attachment (such as a vacuum provided with a steam generator in the nozzle), where the vacuum is the prominent feature of the appliance as evidenced by the electrical rating of the vacuum function being greater than the electrical rating of the steam-cleaning function; see also Clause 2.3.3.
IMO - I662 - GUIDELINES FOR THE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF SHIPS’ BIOFOULING TO MINIMIZE THE TRANSFER OF INVASIVE AQUATIC SPECIES Organization: IMO
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: All ships have some degree of biofouling, even those which may have been recently cleaned or had a new application of an anti-fouling coating system. Studies have shown that the biofouling process begins within the first few hours of a ship's immersion in water.
SNV - SN EN 13885+A1 - FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY - CLIPPING MACHINES - SAFETY AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS Organization: SNV
Date: 2010-12-01
Description: With the aim of clarifying the intentions of the standard and avoiding doubts when reading it, the following assumptions were made when producing it: — only designated and instructed persons operate the machine; — place of use is adequately lit.
CEN - EN 13885 - FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY - CLIPPING MACHINES - SAFETY AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A1: 2010 Organization: CEN
Date: 2005-06-01
Description: With the aim of clarifying the intentions of the standard and avoiding doubts when reading it, the following assumptions were made when producing it: — only designated and instructed persons operate the machine; — place of use is adequately lit.
DIN - DIN EN 13885 - FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY - CLIPPING MACHINES - SAFETY AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS (INCLUDES AMENDMENT A1:2010) Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-02-01
Description: With the aim of clarifying the intentions of the standard and avoiding doubts when reading it, the following assumptions were made when producing it: —  only designated and instructed persons operate the machine; —  place of use is adequately lit.
BRE IP25/12 - MAKING USE OF CARBON EMISSIONS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Organization: BRE
Date: 2012-11-01
Description: In an effort to mitigate climate change, numerous international and national policies and initiatives are now in place that aim to reduce GHG emissions (eg UN Kyoto Protocol[3], EU Emissions Trading System[4], UK Climate Change Act 2008[5]).
USDA - 7 CFR PART 1780 - WATER AND WASTE LOANS AND GRANTS Organization: USDA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: (g) Water and waste facilities will be designed, installed, and operated in accordance with applicable laws which include but are not limited to the Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Water Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
CRC - DEVELOPING A POLY-CHRONIC - DEVELOPING A POLY-CHRONIC CARE NETWORK: AN ENGINEERED, COMMUNITY-WIDE APPROACH TO DISEASE MANAGEMENT Organization: CRC
Date: 2012-10-29
Description: Within a few hours of working with the janitorial staff, they had literally value-stream mapped the entire bathroom cleaning process, 5S'd the cleaning carts, and scheduled the workload to allow the janitors to clean the bathrooms when it would do the most good.

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