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ASTM E1716 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SELECTION AND USE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR HUMANS WORKING WITH RESPIRABLE SILICON CARBIDE WHISKERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-01-01
Description: 1.2 This guide is intended to provide supplementary information for equipment selection and use and does not take the place of other standards and requirements such as OSHA regulations, ANSI standards, manufacturer recommendations as listed on material safety data sheets, or other ASTM standards that relate to personal protective equipment. 1.3 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use.
DSF/PREN ISO 19918 - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING -- PROTECTION AGAINST CHEMICALS -- MEASUREMENT OF CUMULATIVE PERMEATION OF CHEMICALS WITH LOW VAPOUR PRESSURE THROUGH MATERIALS Organization: DS
Description: This international standard describes laboratory test methods to determine the resistance of materials, closures, and seams used in personal protective equipment (PPE) to permeation by solid or liquid chemicals with low vapour pressure (less than 1 mm Hg at 25°C) and/or insolubility in water or other liquids that do not interact with the PPE material.
ISO DIS 19918 - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING - PROTECTION AGAINST CHEMICALS - MEASUREMENT OF CUMULATIVE PERMEATION OF CHEMICALS WITH LOW VAPOUR PRESSURE THROUGH MATERIALS Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-08-16
Description: This international standard describes laboratory test methods to determine the resistance of materials, closures, and seams used in personal protective equipment (PPE) to permeation by solid or liquid chemicals with low vapour pressure (less than 1 mm Hg at 25°C) and/or insolubility in water or other liquids that do not interact with the PPE material.
CEN - EN 1127-1 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - EXPLOSION PREVENTION AND PROTECTION - PART 1: BASIC CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGY Organization: CEN
Date: 2011-07-01
Description: This European Standard is not applicable to: 1) medical devices intended for use in a medical environment; 2) equipment, protective systems and components where the explosion hazard results exclusively from the presence of explosive substances or unstable chemical substances; 3) equipment, protective systems and components where the explosion can occur by reaction of substances with other oxidizers than atmospheric oxygen or by other hazardous reactions or by other than atmospheric conditions; 4) equipment intended for use in domestic and non-commercial environments where potentially explosive atmospheres may only rarely be created, solely as a result of the accidental leakage of fuel gas; 5) personal protective equipment covered by Directive 89/686/EEC; 6) seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units together with equipment on board such vessels or units; 7) means of transport, i.e. vehicles and their trailers intended solely for transporting passengers by air or by road, rail or water networks, as well as means of transport insofar as such means are designed for transporting goods by air, by public road or rail networks or by water; vehicles intended for use in a potentially explosive atmosphere shall not be excluded; 8) the design and construction of systems containing desired, controlled combustion processes, unless they can act as ignition sources in potentially explosive atmospheres.
DIN EN 1127-1 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - EXPLOSION PREVENTION AND PROTECTION - PART 1: BASIC CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGY Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This European Standard is not applicable to: 1) medical devices intended for use in a medical environment; 2) equipment, protective systems and components where the explosion hazard results exclusively from the presence of explosive substances or unstable chemical substances; 3) equipment, protective systems and components where the explosion can occur by reaction of substances with other oxidizers than atmospheric oxygen or by other hazardous reactions or by other than atmospheric conditions; 4) equipment intended for use in domestic and non-commercial environments where potentially explosive atmospheres may only rarely be created, solely as a result of the accidental leakage of fuel gas; 5) personal protective equipment covered by Directive 89/686/EEC; 6) seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units together with equipment on board such vessels or units; 7) means of transport, i.e. vehicles and their trailers intended solely for transporting passengers by air or by road, rail or water networks, as well as means of transport insofar as such means are designed for transporting goods by air, by public road or rail networks or by water; vehicles intended for use in a potentially explosive atmosphere shall not be excluded; 8) the design and construction of systems containing desired, controlled combustion processes, unless they can act as ignition sources in potentially explosive atmospheres.
SNV - SN EN 1127-1 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - EXPLOSION PREVENTION AND PROTECTION - PART 1: BASIC CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGY Organization: SNV
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: This European Standard is not applicable to: 1) medical devices intended for use in a medical environment; 2) equipment, protective systems and components where the explosion hazard results exclusively from the presence of explosive substances or unstable chemical substances; 3) equipment, protective systems and components where the explosion can occur by reaction of substances with other oxidizers than atmospheric oxygen or by other hazardous reactions or by other than atmospheric conditions; 4) equipment intended for use in domestic and non-commercial environments where potentially explosive atmospheres may only rarely be created, solely as a result of the accidental leakage of fuel gas; 5) personal protective equipment covered by Directive 89/686/EEC; 6) seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units together with equipment on board such vessels or units; 7) means of transport, i.e. vehicles and their trailers intended solely for transporting passengers by air or by road, rail or water networks, as well as means of transport insofar as such means are designed for transporting goods by air, by public road or rail networks or by water; vehicles intended for use in a potentially explosive atmosphere shall not be excluded; 8) the design and construction of systems containing desired, controlled combustion processes, unless they can act as ignition sources in potentially explosive atmospheres.
NR/L3/SIG/11303/1B05 ISSUE 2 - SIGNALLING INSTALLATION SAFETY: INTRODUCTION - COMPLIANCE DATE: 04 DECEMBER 2010 Organization: NR
Date: 2010-09-04
Description: Where particular hazards pose a risk to your safety, you should be suitably trained and, where appropriate, provided with personal protective equipment. You should watch out for signs warning of these hazards and heed any warning given in these installation standards, on the installation drawings, or by your line manager.
DSF/FPREN 62115 - ELECTRIC TOYS - SAFETY Organization: DS
Description: This International Standard does not apply to the following products: - playground equipment intended for public use; - automatic playing machines, whether coin operated or not, intended for public use; - toy vehicles equipped with combustion engines; - toy steam engines; - slings and catapults; - electric decorative robots; - decorative objects for festivities and celebrations; - sports equipment, including roller skates, inline skates, and skateboards intended for children with a body mass of more than 20 kg; - bicycles with a maximum saddle height of more than 435 mm, measured as the vertical distance from the ground to the top of the seat surface, with the seat in a horizontal position and with the seat pillar set to the minimum insertion mark; - scooters and other means of transport designed for sport or which are intended to be used for travel on public roads or public pathways;electrically driven vehicles which are intended to be used for travel 220 on public roads, public pathways, or the pavement thereof; - aquatic equipment intended to be used in deep water, and swimming learning devices for children, such as swim seats and swimming aids; - puzzles with more than 500 pieces; - guns and pistols using compressed gas, with the exception of water guns and water pistols, and bows for archery over 120 cm long; - products and games using sharp-pointed missiles, such as sets of darts with metallic points; - functional educational products, such as electric ovens, irons or other functional products operated at a nominal voltage exceeding 24 V which are sold exclusively for teaching purposes under adult supervision; - fireworks, including percussion caps which are not specifically designed for toys; - products intended for use for educational purposes in schools and other pedagogical contexts under the surveillance of an adult instructor, such as science equipment; - electronic equipment, such as personal computers and game consoles, used to access interactive software and their associated peripherals, unless the electronic equipment or the associated peripherals are specifically designed for and targeted at children and have a play value on their own, such as specially designed personal computers, key boards, joy sticks or steering wheels; - interactive software, intended for leisure and entertainment, such as computer games, and their storage media, such as CDs; - child-appealing luminaries; - fashion accessories for children which are not for use in play; - babies soothers;- personal protective equipment including swimming goggles, sunglasses and other eye protectors as well as bicycle and skateboard helmets; - products for collectors, provided that the product or its packaging bears a visible and legible indication that it is intended for collectors of 14 years of age and above.
DSF/FPREN 62115 - ELECTRIC TOYS – SAFETY Organization: DS
Description: This International Standard does not apply to the following products: – playground equipment intended for public use; – automatic playing machines, whether coin operated or not, intended for public use; – toy vehicles equipped with combustion engines; – toy steam engines; – slings and catapults; – electric decorative robots; – decorative objects for festivities and celebrations; – sports equipment, including roller skates, inline skates, and skateboards intended for children with a body mass of more than 20 kg; – bicycles with a maximum saddle height of more than 435 mm, measured as the vertical distance from the ground to the top of the seat surface, with the seat in a horizontal position and with the seat pillar set to the minimum insertion mark; – scooters and other means of transport designed for sport or which are intended to be used for travel on public roads or public pathways;electrically driven vehicles which are intended to be used for travel 220 on public roads, public pathways, or the pavement thereof; – aquatic equipment intended to be used in deep water, and swimming learning devices for children, such as swim seats and swimming aids; – puzzles with more than 500 pieces; – guns and pistols using compressed gas, with the exception of water guns and water pistols, and bows for archery over 120 cm long; – products and games using sharp-pointed missiles, such as sets of darts with metallic points; – functional educational products, such as electric ovens, irons or other functional products operated at a nominal voltage exceeding 24 V which are sold exclusively for teaching purposes under adult supervision; – fireworks, including percussion caps which are not specifically designed for toys; – products intended for use for educational purposes in schools and other pedagogical contexts under the surveillance of an adult instructor, such as science equipment; – electronic equipment, such as personal computers and game consoles, used to access interactive software and their associated peripherals, unless the electronic equipment or the associated peripherals are specifically designed for and targeted at children and have a play value on their own, such as specially designed personal computers, key boards, joy sticks or steering wheels; – interactive software, intended for leisure and entertainment, such as computer games, and their storage media, such as CDs; – child-appealing luminaries; – fashion accessories for children which are not for use in play; – babies soothers;– personal protective equipment including swimming goggles, sunglasses and other eye protectors as well as bicycle and skateboard helmets; – products for collectors, provided that the product or its packaging bears a visible and legible indication that it is intended for collectors of 14 years of age and above.
UL 1480A - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY SPEAKERS FOR COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL USE - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2016-02-03
Description: These requirements do not cover the following: a) Speakers intended for use in hazardous locations as defined in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70; this includes speakers tested with the requirements in the Standard for Explosion- Proof and Dust-Ignition-Proof Electrical Equipment For Use In Hazardous (Classified) Locations, UL 1203; b) Speakers intended for personal or private consumer use; this includes speakers for household/domestic use covered by the requirements in the Standard for Audio-Video Products and Accessories, UL 1492 and the Standard for Audio/Video and Musical Instrument Apparatus for Household, Commercial, and Similar General Use, UL 6500; c) Speakers which are intended for commercial or professional audio applications and which employ integral active electronics; these products are covered in the Standard for Commercial Audio Equipment, UL 813; the Standard for Professional Video and Audio Equipment, UL 1419; and the commercial audio amplifier applications covered in UL 6500; and d) Speakers intended for security applications; these products are covered in the Standard for Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems, UL 609; and the Standard for Household Burglar-Alarm System Units, UL 1023.
API RP 2010 - SAFE PRACTICES IN DRILLING OPERATIONS - THIRD EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1967-01-01
Description: Availability of, and proper training in, the use and maintenance of personal protective equipment. General safety education through safety meetings, company publications, and other educational media.
NAVY - OPNAVI 5100.19 VOL I - (N09F) NAVY SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH (SOH) PROGRAM MANUAL FOR FORCES AFLOAT, VOLUME I Organization: NAVY
Date: 2007-05-30
Description: This section is divided into chapters which address specific hazards such as asbestos management, heat stress, hazardous material control and management, radiation protection, electrical safety, gas free engineering, tag-out and personal protective equipment. This section is addressed to personnel who have SOH management responsibilities and assist the commanding officer in implementing SOH requirements (e.g., safety officer, electrical safety officer, gas free engineer, hazardous material coordinator, and the medical department representative).

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