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ASTM F3249 - Standard Specification for Treestands, Climbing Sticks, and Tripod or Tower Stands
June 15, 2017 - ASTM

This specification covers requirements for treestands, climbing sticks, and tripod/tower stands that are used for hunting, photographing, or general observation. Furthermore, this specification establishes minimum warning and package labeling, instructional content, safety device...

DS/EN 14439 - Cranes - Safety - Tower cranes
June 19, 2009 - DS

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. They are classified as external or internal systems. This European Standard applies to...

NG TS 3.04.27 - Technical Specifications - Anti Climbing Devices for Overhead Lines
May 1, 2010 - NG

PURPOSE AND SCOPE This document forms part of a suite of documents which define National Grid's functional and performance requirements for new plant and equipment. This specification defines the requirements for Anti-Climbing devices for lattice steel towers and should be read in...

ASME B30.3 - Tower Cranes
March 14, 2016 - ASME

Within the general scope of the B30 Standard, as defined in Section I of the B30 Standard Introduction, the B30.3 Volume applies to "construction tower cranes" and "permanently mounted tower cranes" that are powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines and that adjust...

ASTM F887 - Standard Specifications for Personal Climbing Equipment
November 15, 2018 - ASTM

This standard covers the specifications and qualification testing of the following: Climbers, Climber straps, Climber Pads, Climber Footplates, Body Belts, Work Positioning Devices with Locking Snaphooks/ Carabiners, Wood Pole Fall Restriction Devices (WPFRD), Arborist Saddle, Harnesses, Energy...

SAIA A92.9 - Mast-Climbing Work Platforms
March 4, 2011 - SAIA

This standard applies to Mast Climbing Work Platforms that are primarily used to position personnel, along with their necessary tools and materials, to perform their work. (See Figures 1 and 2 on the following pages for typical examples of equipment covered.) Platforms may be adjustable by...

NG TS 3.04.19 - Technical Specifications - Fixed Fall Arrest Systems for Overhead Line Towers
May 1, 2010 - NG

PURPOSE AND SCOPE This document forms part of a suite of documents which define National Grid's functional and performance requirements for new plant and equipment associated with electricity transmission. This Specification covers the requirements applicable to the design and assessment of...

CSA B354.5 - Mast-climbing work platforms
January 1, 2007 - CSA

General This Standard applies to mast-climbing work platforms (MCWPs) that are primarily used to provide a working surface for personnel, along with their necessary tools and materials, at elevated work locations. An MCWP typically includes the following features (a) one or more work...

ASTM F1774 - Standard Specification for Climbing and Mountaineering Carabiners
December 15, 2013 - ASTM

This specification covers six mechanical tests and the minimum performance requirements for carabiners designed specifically for the sports of climbing and mountaineering. Two different types of carabiners are defined in this standard, non-locking carabiners and locking carabiners. Tests...

NG TS 3.08.08 - National Grid Technical Specifications - Fibre Optic Joint Boxes
February 1, 1998 - NG

The interior joint enclosures are intended for indoor use in heated or unheated buildings. Exterior joint enclosures will be suitable for outdoor use mounted on walls or above the anti-climbing guard on transmission towers.

A-A-50120 - HARNESS, CLIMBING, FULL-BODY
February 21, 1990 - NPFC

The General Services Administration has authorized the use of this commercial item description.

RR-S-1301 - SAFETY EQUIPMENT, CLIMBING
NPFC
A description is not available for this item.
GME R-7B03-11 - CLIMBING CAPACITY TEST
GME
A description is not available for this item.
NG PS(T) 081 - Policy Statements - Use of L3 Towers
February 1, 2007 - NG

PURPOSE AND SCOPE This policy briefly describes the background to the current situation that exists with L3 towers with respect to non-compliance with National Grid's latest internal electrical clearance requirements and defines the policy for their continued use. It is applicable to...

CSA Z248 - Code for tower cranes
January 1, 2017 - CSA

General This Standard applies to the design, characteristics, construction, installation, dismantling, operation, inspection, testing, and maintenance of tower cranes. This Standard applies to tower cranes powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines and any variations...

DEF STAN 05-39 - Safety Requirements for the Design, Erection and Maintenance of Land Based Masts, Towers, Turntables, Antenna Supporting, and Related Structures
May 14, 1986 - MODUK

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...

DIN EN 12572-3 - Artificial climbing structures - Part 3: Safety requirements and test methods for climbing holds
May 1, 2017 - DIN

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for climbing holds. This European Standard is applicable to climbing holds, which are used for the natural progression of the climber, i.e. without the use of artificial means (e.g. ice axes, crampons, hooks,...

DS/EN 12572-3 - Artificial climbing structures – Part 3: Safety requirements and test methods for climbing holds
January 16, 2017 - DS

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for climbing holds. This European Standard is applicable to climbing holds, which are used for the natural progression of the climber, i.e. without the use of artificial means (e.g. ice axes, crampons, hooks,...

DIN EN 12572-1 - Artificial climbing structures - Part 1: Safety requirements and test methods for ACS with protection points
May 1, 2017 - DIN

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for artificial climbing structures with protection points (hereafter referred to as ACS). This European Standard is applicable for ACS in normal use for sport climbing. This European Standard is not applicable...

DS/EN 12572-1 - Artificial climbing structures – Part 1: Safety requirements and test methods for ACS with protection points
January 9, 2017 - DS

This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for artificial climbing structures with protection points (hereafter referred to as ACS). This European Standard is applicable for ACS in normal use for sport climbing. This European Standard is not applicable...

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