BS 4430-2:1969 - Recommendations for the safety of powered industrial trucks. Operation and maintenance

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BS 4430-2:1969

Recommendations for the safety of powered industrial trucks. Operation and maintenance

Status : Withdrawn   Published : March 1969

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Standard NumberBS 4430-2:1969
TitleRecommendations for the safety of powered industrial trucks. Operation and maintenance
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date10 March 1969
Confirm Date01 January 2011
Withdrawn Date10 August 2016
Cross ReferencesBS 350, BS 2929, BS 3810:Part 1, BS 4430:Part 1, PD 5686, Road Traffic Act, 1960, Road Traffic Act, 1962, Road Traffic Act 1972, Road Traffic Act 1974
Draft Superseded By68/3118 DC
DescriptorsPowered industrial trucks, Industrial trucks, Occupational safety, Operators (personnel), Maintenance, Materials handling equipment, Battery-powered devices, Safety measures, Fuel storage, Fire risks, Instructions for use, Fork trucks, Materials handling operations, Loading (materials handling), Battery chargers
ICS53.060
Title in FrenchRecommandations pour la securite des chariots industriels motorises. Exploitation et entretien
Title in GermanSicherheitsempfehlungen fuer motorisierte Industriewagen. Betrieb und Wartung
CommitteeMHE/7
ISBN0 580 05486 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages16
File Size1.299 MB
NotesThis standard is withdrawn as it is no longer relevant
Price£126.00


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