BS 7915:1998 - Ergonomics of the thermal environment. Guide to design and evaluation of working practices for cold indoor environments

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BS 7915:1998

Ergonomics of the thermal environment. Guide to design and evaluation of working practices for cold indoor environments

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : November 1998

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Standard NumberBS 7915:1998
TitleErgonomics of the thermal environment. Guide to design and evaluation of working practices for cold indoor environments
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date15 November 1998
Confirm Date01 May 2015
Cross ReferencesBS EN 563, BS EN 28996, BS EN ISO 7730, BS ISO 10551, ISO/TR 11079, BS EN 511, BS EN 27726, BS ISO 9920
Draft Superseded By96/500807 DC
DescriptorsErgonomics, Occupational safety, Cold rooms, Cold tolerance, Tolerances (human body), Thermal testing, Cold storage, Physiological effects (human body), Environment (working), Temperature, Humidity, Clothing, Clothing accessories, Injuries, Thermal insulation, Thermal comfort, Protective clothing, Working conditions (physical), Work study, Metabolism
ICS13.180
Title in FrenchErgonomie des ambiances thermiques. Guide pour la conception et l'evaluation de la pratique du travail pour environnements froids interieurs
Title in GermanErgonomie der thermischen Umwelt. Richtlinie zur Gestaltung und Bewertung der der Arbeitspraxis in kalter innerer Umgebung
CommitteePH/9
ISBN0 580 29598 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size207.7 KB
Price£126.00


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