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LUL - RULE BOOK 9 - LIFTS, ESCALATORS AND MOVING WALKWAYS - SEE LINK IN PDF TO ACQUIRE MOST CURRENT RULE BOOK FROM LUL Organization: LUL
CSA M2867 - EARTH-MOVING MACHINERY - ACCESS SYSTEMS - SECOND EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO 1 Organization: CSA
Date: 2000-03-01
Description: This International Standard specifies criteria for access systems - steps, ladders, walkways, platforms, grab rails (handrails), grab handles, guardrails and enclosure entrance and exit openings - as they relate to aiding the operator and servicemen in performing their functions on the machinery.
ASME - A17.1 - SAFETY CODE FOR ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS INCLUDES REQUIREMENTS FOR ELEVATORS, ESCALATORS, DUMBWAITERS, MOVING WALKS, MATERIAL LIFTS, AND DUMBWAITERS WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSFER DEVICES Organization: ASME
Date: 2016-11-30
Description: (b) power-driven stairways and walkways for carrying persons between landings. This equipment includes, but is not limited to, escalators and moving walks (see Section 1.3).
TSE - TS 2151 - EARTH - MOVING MACHINERY - ACCESS SYSTEMS Organization: TSE
Date: 1975-12-17
Description: This standard specifies prenciples for accesssystems-steps,ladders, walkways, platforms, grab rails, grabhandles, guardrails and enclosure entrance and exit openings-asthey relate to aiding the operator and servicemen in performingtheir functions on the machinery.
LUL - G1233 - MOVEMENT OF MATERIALS IN LIFTS AND ESCALATORS - ISSUE A4 Organization: LUL
Date: 2017-06-01
Description: This document should be read in conjunction with LU Rule Book 9 ‘Lifts, escalators and moving walkways’. The primary function of this guidance document is to ensure safe systems of work have been agreed which protects the asset from damage.
MCGRAW - HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGO DE - HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMICS DESIGN HANDBOOK, THIRD EDITION Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Inside, you'll find human-friendly design techniques for: • Architecture, transportation, and industrial systems • Military, space, communications, agriculture, and consumer product systems • Doors, windows, hatches, and equipment closures • Parking, walkways, hallways, catwalks, and sidewalks • Ramps, stairs, elevators, escalators, and moving walkways • Bathrooms, restrooms, locker rooms, bedrooms, and berthing subsystems • Kitchens, galleys, dining rooms, and food service facilities • Offices, auditoriums, theaters, sports facilities, and special workplaces • Lighting and sound systems, furniture, and appliances • Visual and auditory displays, computer controls, fasteners, and tools Author: Barry Tillman, David J.
LUL - LF29 - INCIDENT INVESTIGATION & REPORTING OR RECORDING WHAT YOU NEED TO REMEMBER - ISSUE 01 Organization: LUL
Description: • a person under a train • an incident at the platform/train interface • an incident involving a lift, escalator or moving walkway • asset failure related delays • allegation that the train doors has caused injury.
SNZ AS/NZS 4024.3612 - SAFETY OF MACHINERY PART 3612: CONVEYORS-CHAIN CONVEYORS AND UNIT HANDLING CONVEYORS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2015-08-21
Description: This Standard excludes the following: (i) Platform elevators/lifts. (ii) Moving stairways. (iii) Moving walkways. (iv) Conveyors specifically designed for the conveyance of people.
LUL - S1801 - COMPETENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERTAKING CIVIL ENGINEERING SAFETY CRITICAL WORK - ISSUE A1 Organization: LUL
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: It applies to any individual who is responsible for allowing the continued or return to passenger service of a Civil Engineering Asset which provides direct or indirect support to the track or any lift, escalator or moving walkway following Safety Critical Tasks or Safety Critical Work.
SAE J2703 - CRANES—ACCESS AND EGRESS Organization: SAE
Date: 2008-10-01
Description: This recommended practice specifies criteria for steps, stairways, ladders, walkways, platforms, handrails, handholds, guardrails and entrance openings which permit access to and from operator, inspection or maintenance platforms on mobile cranes parked in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction.
SAE J185 - ACCESS SYSTEMS FOR OFF-ROAD MACHINES Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: Minimum criteria are provided for steps, stairways, ladders, walkways, platforms, handrails, handholds, guardrails, and entrance openings which permit ingress to and egress from operator, inspection, maintenance or service platforms on off-road work machines parked in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
CSA B44.7 - PERFORMANCE-BASED SAFETY CODE FOR ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: This equipment includes, but is not limited to, elevators (see 1.3); (b) power-driven stairways and walkways for carrying persons between landings. This equipment includes, but is not limited to, escalators and moving walks (see 1.3); and (c) hoisting and lowering mechanisms, equipped with a car, that serve two or more landings and are restricted to the carrying of material by their limited size or limited access to the car.
DIN 18329 - GERMAN CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT PROCEDURES (VOB) - PART C: GENERAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS IN CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (ATV) - MANAGEMENT OF ROAD SAFETY MEASURES AT ROAD WORKS Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-09-01
Description: This standard does not cover work to ensure the safety of waterway, railway and air traffic, temporary ramps over and above ditch ramps for pedestrians, auxiliary structures, temporary roofs and covered walkways (see DIN 18451) site perimeter fencing and safety kerbs, timbering for fall and impact protection (see DIN 18303) and snow clearance and roughening of icy surfaces to ensure the unobstructed flow of traffic.
ASME A17.7 - PERFORMANCE-BASED SAFETY CODE FOR ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Organization: ASME
Date: 2007-03-01
Description: This equipment includes, but is not limited to, elevators (see 1.3); (b) power-driven stairways and walkways for carrying persons between landings. This equipment includes, but is not limited to, escalators and moving walks (see 1.3); and (c) hoisting and lowering mechanisms, equipped with a car, that serve two or more landings and are restricted to the carrying of material by their limited size or limited access to the car.

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