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ASTM F3249 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TREESTANDS, CLIMBING STICKS, AND TRIPOD OR TOWER STANDS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2017-06-15
Description: This specification covers requirements for treestands, climbing sticks, and tripod/tower stands that are used for hunting, photographing, or general observation.
ASME B30.3 - TOWER CRANES Organization: ASME
Date: 2016-03-14
Description: The cranes may be mounted on “fixed bases” or “traveling bases” and may have tower and supporting structure arrangements that permit the crane to climb in a structure being built or that permits increasing the crane’s tower height as the structure rises.
DS/EN 14439 + A2 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES Organization: DS
Date: 2009-06-19
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements: - for tower cranes and - for climbing systems used with the tower cranes/masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed.
NBN - EN 14439+A2 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-07-17
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements:- for tower cranes and- for climbing systems used with the tower cranes/masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed.
NBN - EN 14439+A2 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-07-17
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements:- for tower cranes and- for climbing systems used with the tower cranes/masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed.
CEN - PREN 14439 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES Organization: CEN
Date: 2014-09-01
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements: - for tower cranes and - for climbing systems used with the masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed.
CEN - EN 14439 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A2: 2009 Organization: CEN
Date: 2006-12-01
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements: - for tower cranes and - for climbing systems used with the tower cranes/masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed.
DSF/EN 14439/PRA2 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard does not cover hazards related to: - the lifting of persons by the tower crane itself; - the climbing system. The requirements related to Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the specific hazards due to external influence on electrical equipment, potentially explosive atmospheres and ionising radiation are not covered by this European Standard.
DSF/EN 14439/PRA1 - CRANES - SAFETY - TOWER CRANES Organization: DS
Description: This European Standard does not cover hazards related to: - the lifting of persons by the tower crane itself; - the climbing system. The requirements related to Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the specific hazards due to external influence on electrical equipment, potentially explosive atmospheres and ionising radiation are not covered by this European Standard.
CSA Z248 - CODE FOR TOWER CRANES - THIRD EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: Additional mounting means can include arrangements that permit the crane to climb in the structure being built or that permit increasing the tower height as the structure rises.
ASTM F887 - STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PERSONAL CLIMBING EQUIPMENT Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-11-15
Description: These devices are used by workers in the climbing of poles, trees, towers, and other structures. Minimum performance criteria for arc resistance of harnesses and energy absorbing lanyards are included for workers who may be exposed to thermal hazards of momentary electric arcs or flame.
NG TS 3.04.27 - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - ANTI CLIMBING DEVICES FOR OVERHEAD LINES - ISSUE 2 Organization: NG
Date: 2010-05-01
Description: This specification defines the requirements for Anti-Climbing devices for lattice steel towers and should be read in conjunction with PS (T) 018 and TGN (E) 194.
NG PS(T) 081 - POLICY STATEMENTS - USE OF L3 TOWERS - ISSUE 2 Organization: NG
Date: 2007-02-01
Description: This policy does not consider strength or deal with climbing clearances. In common with other towers (including those designed internationally) the L3 tower was not specifically designed to allow for additional ‘climbing' clearance under live conditions.
NG TS 3.04.19 - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - FIXED FALL ARREST SYSTEMS FOR OVERHEAD LINE TOWERS - ISSUE 4 Organization: NG
Date: 2010-05-01
Description: A fixed fall arrest attachment system comprises a fixed wire rope, mounting brackets and all other equipment necessary for one complete climbing leg of a tower. National Grid towers have two designated climbing legs. Hence, two systems will be required per tower and shall be suitable for installation on all National Grid's tower design types and heights including suspension, angle and junction towers.
BSI - BS 2799 - SPECIFICATION FOR POWER-DRIVEN TOWER CRANES FOR BUILDING AND ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION Organization: BSI
Date: 1974-06-03
Description: Both horizontal jib and luffing jib cranes are covered and these may be of the travelling, fixed or climbing type.
MODUK - DEF STAN 05-39 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN, ERECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF LAND BASED MASTS, TOWERS, TURNTABLES, ANTENNA SUPPORTING, AND RELATED STRUCTURES - ISSUE 01; 11.75; AMENDMENT 2 Organization: MODUK
Date: 1986-05-14
Description: This Standard gives guidance on the safe design, installation, repair and maintenance of the following land based climbable structures: Masts, towers, turntables, antenna supporting, and related structures provided for radio, radar, television, and miscellaneous instrumentation from which a person is liable to fall more than 6 ft 6 in (2m).
NG TS 3.08.08 - NATIONAL GRID TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - FIBRE OPTIC JOINT BOXES - ARCHIVED; ISSUE 3 Organization: NG
Date: 1998-02-01
Description: Exterior joint enclosures will be suitable for outdoor use mounted on walls or above the anti-climbing guard on transmission towers.
NBN - EN 14439+A2 - APPAREILS DE LEVAGE À CHARGE SUSPENDUE - SÉCURITÉ - GRUES À TOUR Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-07-17
Description: This European Standard specifies safety requirements:- for tower cranes and- for climbing systems used with the tower cranes/masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed.
ASCE 52-10 - DESIGN OF FIBERGLASS- REINFORCED PLASTIC (FRP) STACKS Organization: ASCE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The Standard outlines the considerations which must be made for both the mechanical and structural design; emphasizes what consideration must be taken for wind and seismic-induced vibrations; gives guidelines for the ultraviolet protection, selection of materials, linings, and coatings; states the requirements for lighting and lightning protection based upon existing building and federal codes; gives the requirements for climbing and access based upon current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards; emphasizes the important areas regarding fabrication and construction; and outlines areas requiring maintenance and inspection following initial operation.
MCGRAW - LINEMAN'S AND CABLEMAN'S - LINEMAN'S AND CABLEMAN'S HANDBOOK - THIRTEENTH EDITION Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: The Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook, Thirteenth Edition, covers: Electrical principles * Electric systems * Substations * Transmission and distribution circuits * Construction specifications * Wood, aluminum, concrete, fiberglass, and steel structures and poles * Distribution automation and the smart grid * Emergency system restoration * Unloading, hauling, erecting, setting, and guying poles * Insulators, crossarms, and conductor supports * Line conductors * Distribution transformers * Lightning and surge protection * Fuses and substation relays * Switches, sectionalizers, and reclosers * Voltage regulators * Transmission tower erection * Stringing, sagging, and joining line conductors * Live-line maintenance * Grounding * Protective grounds * Street lighting * Underground systems * Laying conduit * Manhole construction * Pulling and splicing cable * Underground distribution * Vegetation management * Distribution transformer installation * Electrical drawing symbols * Single-line and schematic diagrams * Voltage regulation * Units of measurement, electrical definitions, electrical formulas, and calculations * Maintenance of transmission and distribution lines * Rope, knots, splices, and gear * Climbing wood poles * Protective equipment * OSHA 1910.269 * Resuscitation * Pole-top and bucket truck rescue * And much more!

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