BS EN 12798:1999 - Transport quality system. Road, rail and inland navigation transport. Quality system requirements to supplement BS EN ISO 9002 for the transport of dangerous goods with regard to safety – BSI British Standards

BS EN 12798:1999

Transport quality system. Road, rail and inland navigation transport. Quality system requirements to supplement BS EN ISO 9002 for the transport of dangerous goods with regard to safety

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : August 1999 Replaced By : BS EN 12798:2007

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Many companies are in the process of achieving a quality assurance certificate which is consistent with BS EN ISO 9002. Some companies already comply with that standard and if this has been confirmed by a third party, certificates have been issued. However, regarding safety in the transport of dangerous goods, which should be seen as an essential part of quality management in distribution, BS EN ISO 9002 may not provide sufficient coverage.

This European Standard is supplementary to BS EN ISO 9002 and complements existing regulations. Its purpose is to provide a model for a safety management system for the transport of dangerous goods covering customer's needs and meeting the requirements of society. All the requirements of BS EN ISO 9002 are contained within BS EN ISO 9001 and the supplementary requirements contained in this European Standard may be applied equally to BS EN ISO 9001.

BS EN 12798:1999 addresses the specific features of the transport of dangerous goods. However, such transport is to be seen in the overall context of passenger and freight transport and is therefore fully integrated within the overall provision of rail transport. This European Standard takes into account development and liberalization in the railway sector; therefore not all requirements are applicable for all types of railway companies.




Standard NumberBS EN 12798:1999
TitleTransport quality system. Road, rail and inland navigation transport. Quality system requirements to supplement BS EN ISO 9002 for the transport of dangerous goods with regard to safety
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 August 1999
Withdrawn Date29 August 2008
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 12798:2007
International RelationshipsEN 12798:1999
Draft Superseded By97/708172 DC
DescriptorsFreight transport, Road transport, Rail transport, Inland waterway transport, Dangerous materials, Materials handling, Quality assurance systems, Quality assurance, Process control, Safety measures, Occupational safety, Equipment safety, Management operations, Purchasing, Loading (materials handling), Safety devices, Cleaning, Maintenance, Inspection, Training Railway applications
ICS03.120.10
13.300
Title in FrenchSystemes-Qualite Transport. Transport par route, transport ferroviaire et transport par voie fluviale. Prescriptions relatives au systeme d'assurance qualite pour completer l'EN ISO 9002 vis-a-vis de la securite pour le transport de matieres dangereuses
Title in GermanQualitaetsmanagementsystem fuer die Befoerderung. Befoerderung auf der Strasse, mit der Eisenbahn und auf Binnenwasserstrassen. Forderungen des Qualitaetsmanagementsystems zur Ergaenzung von EN ISO 9002 im Hinblick auf Sicherheit bei der Befoerderung gefaehrlicher Gueter
CommitteeSVS/11
ISBN0 580 32634 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size173.5 KB
Price£110.00


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