BS EN 363:1993 - Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Fall arrest systems

BS EN 363:1993

Personal protective equipment against falls from a height. Fall arrest systems

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : February 1993 Replaced By : BS EN 363:2002

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Specifies terminology and general requirements. Gives examples of how components or assemblies of components may be connected into a system.




Standard NumberBS EN 363:1993
TitlePersonal protective equipment against falls from a height. Fall arrest systems
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 February 1993
Withdrawn Date04 July 2002
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS EN 363:2002
ReplacesBS 1397:1979, BS 5062-1:1985
International RelationshipsEN 363:1992
Draft Superseded By90/42477 DC
DescriptorsSafety lines, Safety anchorages, Safety harnesses, Restraint systems (protective), Safety devices, Occupational safety, Accident prevention, Falling (accident), Definitions, Design, Ergonomics, Components, Fall arrest systems
ICS13.340.60
Title in FrenchEquipement de protection individuelle contre les chutes de hauteur. Systèmes d'arrêt des chutes
Title in GermanPersoenliche Schutzausruestung gegen Absturz. Auffangsysteme
CommitteePH/5
ISBN0 580 21304 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages14
File Size301.4 KB
Price£110.00


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