Find the standard you are looking for at Engineering360. Documents are available for purchase from the IHS Standards Store.

1 - 20 of 33 results

SAI - SAA AS 1678.0.0.001 - EMERGENCY PROCEDURE GUIDE - TRANSPORT PART 0.0.001; VEHICLE FIRE Organization: SAI
SNZ - SAA/SNZ HB 76 - DANGEROUS GOODS – INITIAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE Organization: SNZ
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: FOREWORD This Dangerous Goods – Initial Emergency Response Guide has been developed by Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand.
ASTM F1705 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR TRAINING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AMBULANCE OPERATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1996-06-10
Description: This guide provides minimum training standards for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Ambulance Operators including legal aspects, operator qualifications and testing, history of EMS vehicle operations, vehicle types/equipment, safety, physical forces, mechanics, pre-run, operations, postrun, and special circumstances.
ASTM F1517 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SCOPE OF PERFORMANCE OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AMBULANCE OPERATORS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-06-01
Description:   This guide shall be used as the basis for training guides of the emergency medical services ambulance operator.
DSF/EN 45545-5/FPRA1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE SAFETY ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART XX: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVIATION VEHICLES Organization: DS
Description: This part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: - lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment, - ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
DSF/EN 45545-5/FPRA1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE SAFETY ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART XX: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVIATION VEHICLES Organization: DS
Description: This part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: - lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment, - ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
DS/EN 45545-5+A1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES Organization: DS
Date: 2015-11-02
Description: This Part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements, specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: - lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment, - ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
NBN - EN 45545-5+A1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-11-30
Description: This Part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles.The measures and requirements, specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by:- lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment,- ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
NBN - EN 45545-5+A1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-11-30
Description: This Part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles.The measures and requirements, specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by:- lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment,- ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
CEN - EN 45545-5 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A1: 2015 Organization: CEN
Date: 2013-03-01
Description: This Part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements, specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: — lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment, — ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
CEI UNI EN 45545-5 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES Organization: CEI
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: This Part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements, specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: - lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment, - ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
DS/CLC/TS 45545-5 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES Organization: DS
Date: 2009-01-13
Description: This Part 5 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements, specified in this Technical Specification meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: - minimizing the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment; - ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be available until evacuation is complete.
NBN - CLC/TS 45545-5 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVITATION VEHICLES Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: This Part 5 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that oftrolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles.
ASTM E1744 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR VIEW OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE IN THE ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD Organization: ASTM
Date: 2004-11-01
Description: The Emergency Department (ED) definitions are based on the Data Elements for Emergency Department Systems (DEEDS) distributed by the Centers for Disease Control in June 1997.
DIN EN 45545-5 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - FIRE PROTECTION ON RAILWAY VEHICLES - PART 5: FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING THAT OF TROLLEY BUSES, TRACK GUIDED BUSES AND MAGNETIC LEVIATION VEHICLES (INCLUDES AMENDMENT A1:2015) Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This Part of EN 45545 specifies the fire safety requirements for electrical equipment on railway vehicles, including that of trolley buses, track guided buses and magnetic levitation vehicles. The measures and requirements, specified in this European Standard meet the objective of protecting passengers and staff in railway vehicles in the event of a fire on board by: — lowering the risk of starting a fire both during operation and as a result of technical defect and/or malfunction of the electrical equipment, — ensuring that electrical emergency equipment continues to be functional until evacuation is complete (see EN 45545-6).
SAE - ANSI Z26.1 - SAFETY GLAZING MATERIALS FOR GLAZING MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE EQUIPMENT OPERATING ON LAND HIGHWAYS - SAFETY STANDARD Organization: SAE
Date: 1997-08-11
Description: In keeping with that decision, this standard, as its title indicates, pertains only to "Safety Glazing Materials for Glazing Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment Operating on Land Highways." Such motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment shall include passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, slide-in campers, pickup covers designed to carry persons while in motion, motorhomes, and trailers.
SAE J2990-1 - GASEOUS HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL VEHICLE FIRST AND SECOND RESPONDER RECOMMENDED PRACTICE Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: The RP is not intended to replace an emergency response guide (ERG) or to be referenced at the scene of an emergency incident. Automotive OEM’s are encouraged to reference this RP for industry design guidance when creating vehicle requirements and ERGs.
SAE J2836/3 - USE CASES FOR PLUG-IN VEHICLE COMMUNICATION AS A DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCE Organization: SAE
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: This is all about pure reverse power flow and it can be engaged manually using controls and displays provided by the vehicle manufacturer. For these applications, the vehicle is just like a portable standby generator.
ASHRAE 90377 - ADVANCED ENERGY DESIGN GUIDE FOR SMALL HOSPITALS AND HEALTHCARE FACILITIES: 30% ENERGY SAVINGS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Certain aspects of energy-efficient design, including steam heat, vehicles and other maintenance areas, and sewage disposal, are excluded from this Guide. Significant energy efficiency opportunities may be available in these areas, and Guide users are encouraged to take advantage of these opportunities and treat them as "bonuses" beyond the 30% target.
SAE J1609 - AIR RESERVOIR CAPACITY PERFORMANCE GUIDE-TRUCKS AND BUSES Organization: SAE
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: A vehicle's air reservoir capacity is quantified by its ability to provide a brake application pressure which is adequate to stop the vehicle within the emergency brake stopping distances specified in Table II of FMVSS 121, after seven full brake applications with the air compressor disabled.

1 - 20 of 33 results