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ISO DIS 14738

Safety of machinery — Anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations for industries and services

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 April 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Safety of machinery): 13.110
ICS Code (Ergonomics): 13.180
scope:

This International Standard provides principles derived from the application of anthropometric data to the design of workstations. It is based on ergonomics and currently available anthropometric measurements.

This International Standard specifies the body's space requirements for normal operation of equipment in sitting, sit-standing and standing positions. It includes space demands for maintenance, repairing and cleaning work.

This International Standard does not give recommendations specifically for visual display terminal workstations at machinery. For this purpose, ISO 9241-5 can be used in conjunction with this International Standard.

Safety distances intended to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper and lower limbs are provided in ISO 13857.

Document History

ISO DIS 14738
April 15, 2020
Safety of machinery — Anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations for industries and services
This International Standard provides principles derived from the application of anthropometric data to the design of workstations. It is based on ergonomics and currently available anthropometric...
February 15, 2005
Safety of machinery — Anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations at machinery
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September 15, 2002
Safety of machinery - Anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations at machinery
This International Standard establishes principles for deriving dimensions from anthropometric measurements and applying them to the design of workstations at non-mobile machinery. It is based on...

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