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AASHTO T 250 - STANDARD METHOD OF TEST FOR THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC LINE MATERIAL Organization: AASHTO
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: The procedures used for testing thermoplastic traffic line material are described in this method. This includes the method for obtaining a representative test sample, preparation of the test specimens, and performing the specified tests.
NR/L3/SIG/11303/1B05 ISSUE 2 - SIGNALLING INSTALLATION SAFETY: INTRODUCTION - COMPLIANCE DATE: 04 DECEMBER 2010 Organization: NR
Date: 2010-09-04
Description: When any signalling installation work is taking place on or near a working installation, the overriding operational requirements are: • the working of the signalling should remain safe in every respect; • the running of the normal traffic of the railway shall not be impeded in any way.
ASTM F2020 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND PROCUREMENT OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES SYSTEMS (EMSS) AMBULANCES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2002-10-10
Description: Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), see Fig. 1. Classification—"Star of Life" ambulance designs included in this practice may be described in terms of their body type (I, II, or III), class of drive ("1" for two rear wheel drive or "2" for four wheel drive), and floor configuration (A for Advanced Life Support or B for Basic Life Support).
NAVY - OPNAVI 5100.19 VOL I - (N09F) NAVY SAFETY AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH (SOH) PROGRAM MANUAL FOR FORCES AFLOAT, VOLUME I Organization: NAVY
Date: 2007-05-30
Description: This manual addresses the identification and maintenance of safe and healthful conditions in afloat work places or occupational environments. Recreational and off-duty safety and traffic safety program requirements are provided in references A1-5 and A1-6.
AAMI ST41 - ETHYLENE OXIDE STERILIZATION IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES: SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS - FDA RECOGNIZED Organization: AAMI
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Inclusions This recommended practice specifically addresses a) design considerations for EO sterilization processing facilities, including traffic control; location of work areas; general and local exhaust ventilation systems; and storage of equipment, supplies, and EO gas sources; b) staff qualifications, supervision, training, health, and other personnel considerations; c) processing recommendations; d) installation, operation, care, and maintenance of EO sterilizers, EO sterilizer-aerators, and aeration cabinets; e) quality control; and f) environmental and employee health monitoring.
CSA C866 - PERFORMANCE OF LED LUMINAIRES - SECOND EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: PoE luminaires; c) intended for indication, e.g., traffic lights and exit signs and pedestrian crosswalk signs; d) exclusively intended for decoration or colour changing highlights, e.g., holiday lights, wall washing, and colour changing luminaires; e) intended for retrofitting into existing fixtures (LED retrofit); f) other solid state lighting (SSL) such as organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and nanotechnology; g) integral to equipment or instrumentation and are installed by its manufacturer; h) specifically designed for use only during medical or dental procedures; i) specifically used in display cases, where the lighting is integral to the display case; j) integral to food warming and food preparation equipment; k) specifically used for plant growth or maintenance; l) an integral part of advertising or directional signage; m) specifically used for theatrical purposes, including performance stage, and film and video production; or n) specifically intended for television broadcasting.
ISA TR100.00.01 - THE AUTOMATION ENGINEER’S GUIDE TO WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY PART 1 – THE PHYSICS OF RADIO, A TUTORIAL Organization: ISA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: The bandwidth, throughput, signal latency (transmission delay), bit error ratio, availability and reliability requirements of a wireless local area network carrying large volumes of file transfer or voice traffic or a link used for real-time control of critical temperature or pressure parameters in a process tank are very different from those of a link used to monitor the water level in a remote reservoir, where only a few bytes may need to be transmitted three or four times a day.

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