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NR/GN/INI/001 ISSUE 1 - GUIDANCE ON THE MANAGEMENT OF DOOR TO DOOR WORK & TRAVEL TIME Organization: NR
Date: 2008-12-01
Description: This Guidance Note provides information to support the assessment of risk associated with fatigue and the management of work and travel time. It is aimed at all Network Rail staff and suppliers working for Infrastructure Investment who access Network Rail Managed Infrastructure.
CSA Z259.1 - BODY BELTS AND SADDLES FOR WORK POSITIONING AND TRAVEL RESTRAINT - FOURTH EDITION; UPDATE NO 1: AUGUST 2008 Organization: CSA
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: Body belts and saddles are used as part of work positioning and travel restraint systems. This Standard covers equipment such as (a) lineman's body belts; (b) body belts; (c) miners' belts; and (d) arborists' saddles.
BSI - BS PAS 3001 - TRAVELLING FOR WORK. RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN ORGANIZATION FOR FOR HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY. CODE OF PRACTICE Organization: BSI
BIS - IS 3177 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ELECTRIC OVERHEAD TRAVELLING CRANES AND GANTRY CRANES OTHER THAN STEEL WORK CRANES - INCLUDES AMENDMENTS 1-2 Organization: BIS
Date: 1999-01-01
NAVY - SECNAV 4650.20 - (OP-141D14) USE OF GOVERNMENT QUARTERS BY EMPLOYEES TRAVELING MORE THAN 50 PERCENT OF THEIR REGULAR WORK TIME Organization: NAVY
Date: 1979-06-26
BIS - IS 4137 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR HEAVY DUTY ELECTRIC OVERHEAD TRAVELLING CRANES INCLUDING SPECIAL SERVICE MACHINES FOR USE IN STEEL WORK Organization: BIS
Date: 1985-01-01
SAIA A92.9 - MAST-CLIMBING WORK PLATFORMS Organization: SAIA
Date: 2011-03-04
Description: 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.)
NR/L3/INI/CP0064 ISSUE 5 - DELIVERING WORK WITHIN POSSESSIONS - COMPLIANCE DATE: 2 DECEMBER 2017; CONTAINS NR/L3/INI/CP0064/F0051 Organization: NR
Date: 2017-06-03
Description: Bank Holiday) worksite(s) 52 weeks a year; b) the milestones and deliverables identified in the Delivering Work Within Possessions (DWWP) system (reference 1) and this document; c) any area of the business involved with the effective delivery of project work on the rail infrastructure - Regional / functional / major project / programmes; d) all possessions and worksites booked in PPS, aligned to and visible in, the DWWP system, including late submissions; e) third party work (for example but not limited to contractors)/ outside party work (for example but not limited to asset protection, Transport for London) / partnerships / collaborations and alliances; f) Network Operations Works Delivery Teams in the routes and Network Operations Delivery Services (i.e. non-OPEX teams) where they are working for Infrastructure Projects; and g) the use, by the Project Manager, of the DWWP to track, monitor, comply with and report according to the requirements identified in this document.
CEN - EN 1495 - LIFTING PLATFORMS - MAST CLIMBING WORK PLATFORMS - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A2: 2009 Organization: CEN
Date: 1997-09-01
Description: This standard specifies the special safety requirements for Mast Climbing Work Platforms (MCWP) which are temporarily installed and are manually or power operated and which are designed to be used by one or more persons from which to carry out work.
TSE - TS EN 1495+A2 - LIFTING PLATFORMS - MAST CLIMBING WORK PLATFORMS Organization: TSE
Date: 2010-07-13
Description: This standard specifies the special safety requirements for MastClimbing Work Platforms (MCWP) which are temporarily installed andare manually or power operated and which are designed to be used byone or more persons from which to carry out work.
CSA B354.8 (P) - MOBILE ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS - OPERATOR (DRIVER) TRAINING - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: DV Add the following subclause to Clause 1: Equipment classifications MEWP classifications are made up of a MEWP group (platform location in reference to tipping line) with an associated MEWP type (reference to travelling). NOTE See definitions for groups and types. DV Add the following subclause to Clause 1: Purpose This Standard provides methods and guidelines to prepare MEWP training materials, define administration criteria and the elements required to deliver training, and familiarization to achieve the following objectives: a) prevention of personal injuries and accidents; and b) thorough and consistent training.
ISO 9533 - EARTH-MOVING MACHINERY - MACHINE-MOUNTED AUDIBLE TRAVEL ALARMS AND FORWARD HORNS - TEST METHODS AND PERFORMANCE CRITERIA - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-07-01
Description: This International Standard specifies a static method for determining the sound output performance and alarm activation requirements of audible travel alarms and forward horns mounted on earth-moving machinery, as defined in ISO 6165, for operation on work sites and travelling on public roads. It offers objective test methodologies and performance criteria.
DIN EN 14033-2 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - TRACK - RAILBOUND CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MACHINES - PART 2: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELLING AND WORKING Organization: DIN
Date: 2017-10-01
Description: General This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for travelling and working with machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment as specified in EN 14033-1.
CEN - EN 14033-2 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - TRACK - RAILBOUND CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MACHINES - PART 2: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELLING AND WORKING Organization: CEN
Date: 2017-05-01
Description: General This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for travelling and working with machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment as specified in EN 14033-1.
DS/EN 14033-2 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS – TRACK – RAILBOUND CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE MACHINES – PART 2: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELLING AND WORKING Organization: DS
Date: 2017-06-06
Description: 1.1 General This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for travelling and working with machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment as specified in EN 14033-1.
ISO/IEC 7501-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARDS - MACHINE READABLE TRAVEL DOCUMENTS - PART 1: MACHINE READABLE PASSPORT - FIFTH EDITION; INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-09-01
Description: ISO/IEC 7501 consists of the following parts, under the general title Identification cards — Machine readable travel documents: — Part 1: Machine readable passport — Part 2: Machine readable visa — Part 3: Machine readable official travel documents
DSF/PREN 15746-1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - TRACK - ROAD RAIL MACHINES AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT - PART 1: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELLING AND WORKING Organization: DS
Description: These risks are normally common regardless of the track gauge however additional requirements can apply for travelling and working on infrastructures with narrow gauge or broad gauge lines, railways utilizing other than adhesion between the rail and rail wheels and underground infrastructures.
CEN - PREN 15746-1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - TRACK - ROAD RAIL MACHINES AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT - PART 1: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELLING AND WORKING Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: These risks are normally common regardless of the track gauge however additional requirements can apply for travelling and working on infrastructures with narrow gauge or broad gauge lines, railways utilizing other than adhesion between the rail and rail wheels and underground infrastructures.
NR - TI 048 ISSUE 1 - TPWS LOOPS - INCORRECT RE-INSTALLATION FOLLOWING PWAY WORK Organization: NR
Date: 2006-10-01
Description: What is of concern is the potential failure mode for a train travelling in the opposite direction on the bi-directional line.
CSA B354.7 (P) - MOBILE ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS - SAFETY PRINCIPLES, INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: DV Add the following subclause to Clause 1: Equipment classifications MEWP classifications are made up of a MEWP group (platform location in reference to tipping line) with an associated MEWP type (reference to travelling). NOTE See definitions for groups and types. CAN/CSA-B354.8 contains requirements for MEWP training.

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