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DSF/ISO/DIS 13687-3 - TOURISM AND RELATED SERVICES - YACHT HARBOURS - PART 3: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH SERVICE LEVEL HARBOURS Organization: DS
Description: Compliance with this International Standard does not guarantee total safety or total freedom of risk in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.
DSF/ISO/DIS 13687-2 - TOURISM AND RELATED SERVICES - YACHT HARBOURS - PART 2: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERMEDIATE SERVICE LEVEL HARBOURS Organization: DS
Description: Compliance with this International Standard does not guarantee total safety or total freedom of risk in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.
ISO 13687 - TOURISM AND RELATED SERVICES - YACHT HARBOURS - MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: Compliance with this International Standard does not guarantee total safety or total freedom of risk in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.
ISO DIS 13687-2 - TOURISM AND RELATED SERVICES - YACHT HARBOURS - PART 2: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERMEDIATE SERVICE LEVEL HARBOURS Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-02-17
Description: Compliance with this International Standard does not guarantee total safety or total freedom of risk in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.
ISO DIS 13687-3 - TOURISM AND RELATED SERVICES - YACHT HARBOURS - PART 3: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH SERVICE LEVEL HARBOURS Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-02-17
Description: Compliance with this International Standard does not guarantee total safety or total freedom of risk in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.
ISO DIS 13687-1 - TOURISM AND RELATED SERVICES - YACHT HARBOURS - PART 1: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS BASIC SERVICE LEVEL HARBOURS Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-07-08
Description: The scope does not cover specifics of boat yards, dry stacks, dry-docking areas, dry storages, fuel stations, and nearby beaches Compliance with this International Standard does not guarantee total safety or total freedom of risk in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.
ASTM D6146 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR MONITORING AQUEOUS NUTRIENTS IN WATERSHEDS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-06-10
Description: During the collection of water samples: Using acids for sample preservation, Sampling during flooding events and ice conditions, Traffic on bridges, Condition of sampling stations following flood events, Sampling of water or soils, or both, highly contaminated with fertilizers, Conditions of sampling stations resulting from vandalism, Adverse weather conditions, and Transporting liquid samples.
SAE T-114 - FUEL CELL POWERED VEHICLES AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE-UPDATE - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2003-02-14
Description: ., hydrogen, ethanol) have been undergoing testing under the California Fuel Cell Partnership. Both cold-weather and hot-weather endurance testing have been conducted on fuel cell powered vehicles.
API - PUBL 1158 - ANALYSIS OF DOT REPORTABLE INCIDENTS FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUID PIPELINES, 1986 THROUGH 1996 - FIRST EDITION; INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: API
Date: 1999-01-07
Description: Sixteen other causes contributed to the remainder of the incidents including defective welds; defective pipes and pipe seams; heavy rains and floods; internal corrosion; delayed ruptures of previously damaged pipe; malfunctions of equipment; and failures of gaskets, packing, seals, and ancillary piping components. Among the least frequent causes were: cold weather, lightning, and vandalism. Only 34 of the 2262 incidents occurred offshore; the rest were onshore incidents.

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