BS 3510:1968 - Specification for a basic symbol to denote the actual or potential presence of ionizing radiation

BS 3510:1968

Specification for a basic symbol to denote the actual or potential presence of ionizing radiation

Status : Withdrawn   Published : February 1968

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Shape and proportions of basic symbol to act as warning of ionizing radiation.




Standard NumberBS 3510:1968
TitleSpecification for a basic symbol to denote the actual or potential presence of ionizing radiation
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date29 February 1968
Withdrawn Date29 March 2010
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
Draft Superseded By67/10409 DC
DescriptorsIonizing radiation, Radiation, Nuclear radiation, Particulate radiation, Symbols, Graphic symbols, Electromagnetic radiation, Occupational safety, Radioactive materials, Nuclear safety
ICS01.080.10
01.080.20
Title in FrenchSymbole de base indiquant la presence reelle ou potentielle de rayonnement ionisant. Specification
Title in GermanGrundsymbol fuer die effektive oder potentielle Anwesenheit ionisierender Strahlung. Spezifikation
CommitteeNCE/2
ISBN0 580 00086 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages8
File Size223.7 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as it is superseded by ISO 361:1975 which was never adopted as a British Standard.
Price£52.00


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