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DSF/EN 12899-2/FPRA1 - FIXED, VERTICAL ROAD TRAFFIC SIGNS - PART 2: TRANSILLUMINATED TRAFFIC BOLLARDS (TTB) Organization: DS
Description: This Part 2 of EN 12899 specifies requirements for new transilluminated traffic bollards (TTBs) including their fixing, which may incorporate traffic signs (type 1 TTB) or may support traffic signs (type 2 TTB) to be used in traffic circulation areas.
DS/EN 12899-2 - FIXED, VERTICAL ROAD TRAFFIC SIGNS - PART 2: TRANSILLUMINATED TRAFFIC BOLLARDS (TTB) Organization: DS
Date: 2008-04-07
Description: This Part 2 of EN 12899 specifies requirements for new transilluminated traffic bollards (TTBs) including their fixing, which may incorporate traffic signs (type 1 TTB) or may support traffic signs (type 2 TTB) to be used in traffic circulation areas.
BSI - BS 873-5 - ROAD TRAFFIC SIGNS AND INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED BOLLARDS - PART 5: INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED SIGNS AND EXTERNAL LIGHTING LUMINARIES Organization: BSI
Date: 1983-01-31
Description: General constructional requirements for signs incorporating a means of illumination, including requirements for electrical safety and light sources. Limits for the mean luminance and uniformity of luminance on the sign face are specified.
ISA TR84.00.09 - CYBERSECURITY RELATED TO THE FUNCTIONAL SAFETY LIFECYCLE Organization: ISA
Date: 2017-04-10
Description: The scope does not address physical plant protection (for example, fences, bollards, and grounding) that has the intent of preventing unauthorized entry into the plant so as to prevent theft , vandalism, or physical damage, but does address physical access issues related to cybersecurity of the IACS (12.4 of this technical report).
SNZ AS/NZS 3845.2 - ROAD SAFETY BARRIER SYSTEMS AND DEVICES PART 2: ROAD SAFETY DEVICES Organization: SNZ
Date: 2017-02-27
Description: This Part of the Standard sets out the requirements for both permanent and temporary road safety devices including— (a) bollards; (b) longitudinal channelizing devices; (c) truck or trailer mounted attenuators; (d) rear underrun protection devices; and (e) sign support structures and poles.
SNZ AS/NZS 3845.1 - ROAD SAFETY BARRIER SYSTEMS AND DEVICES PART 1: ROAD SAFETY BARRIER SYSTEMS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2015-09-09
Description: This Standard sets out the requirements for both permanent and temporary road safety barrier systems including— (a) longitudinal road safety barriers (rigid, semi-rigid and flexible); (b) terminals; (c) crash cushions; (d) interfaces, including transitions; and (e) longitudinal barrier gates. NOTE: Bollards, pedestrian fences and channelizers, truck or trailer mounted attenuators, truck underrun barriers, sign support structures and poles are specified in AS/NZS 3845.2*.
DS/EN 12767 - PASSIVE SAFETY OF SUPPORT STRUCTURES FOR ROAD EQUIPMENT - REQUIREMENTS, CLASSIFICATION AND TEST METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 2008-01-18
Description: This European Standard excludes vehicle restraint systems, noise barriers and transilluminated traffic bollards. It also excludes temporary traffic control devices.
NR/L3/OPS/045/5.02 ISSUE 1 - NATIONAL OPERATING PROCEDURE (NOP) 5.02: MANAGEMENT OF ESCALATORS, LIFTS AND OTHER STATION EQUIPMENT - COMPLIANCE DATE: 2 DECEMBER 2017; CONTAINS NR/L3/OPS/045/F5.02A, NR/L3/OPS/045/F5.02B Organization: NR
Date: 2017-09-02
Description: • Hostile Vehicle Mitigation Assets e.g. impact tested bollards. • Station wheelchairs. • Station ramps.
NECA NEIS 501 - STANDARD FOR INSTALLING EXTERIOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS Organization: NECA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: Pole mounted spot lights, area lights, sports lights and floodlights 2. Illuminated bollards 3. Wall mounted sconces, wall bracket lights, and wall pack lights 4.

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