PD CEN/TR 14819-1:2004 - Safety recommendations for cableway installations designed to carry persons. Prevention and fight against fire. Funicular railways in tunnels

PD CEN/TR 14819-1:2004

Safety recommendations for cableway installations designed to carry persons. Prevention and fight against fire. Funicular railways in tunnels

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : November 2004 Replaced By : BS EN 17064:2018

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This part of CEN/TR 14819 specifies safety recommendations applicable to the prevention and fighting of fires in funicular railways in tunnels that may endanger the health and safety of persons. This part of CEN/TR 14819 covers the design, manufacture, construction, maintenance and operation of all funicular railways running in tunnels of length greater than 300 m or where the evacuation zones are more than 300 m apart, an evacuation zone being comparable to a station from the point of view of protecting passengers against fire risks. Tunnels with these characteristics are called "long tunnels" in the following. For shorter tunnels, some of the same measures could be applied depending on the results of the installation safety study and taking account particularly of the number of passengers and the width of the evacuation passage. With regard to these fire problems, it is essential to take organizational measures relating to operation, but these are not covered in this document




Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 14819-1:2004
TitleSafety recommendations for cableway installations designed to carry persons. Prevention and fight against fire. Funicular railways in tunnels
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date10 November 2004
Withdrawn Date18 January 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 50119, EN 50122-2, ISO 13943:2000, EN 50122-1, ENV 1907:1999, prEN 45545-6, prEN 13796-1, EN ISO 13943:2000, prEN 45545-3, prEN 45545-5, prEN 45545-7, prEN 50163, IEC 60331-21, EN 50264-1, EN 50290-2-27, prEN 45545-1, prEN 45545-2, EN 50206-2, prEN 45545-4, IEC 60331-11
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 671-2, EN 12094, ENV 1994-1-2, prEN 12927-2, prEN 13243, EN 13238, EN 13501-3, ENV 13381-2, ISO 6182, prEN 12929-2, ENV 13381-7, prEN 13796-2, ENV 13381-5, prEN 12927-7, prEN 12397, prENV 13381-1, EN 13501-2, ENV 13381-4, ENV 1996-1-2, ENV 13381-6, EN 13823, ENV 13381-3, ISO 11925-3, prEN 12927-8, EN 1363, EN 1366, prEN 12408, EN 1365, prEN 13223, prEN 12927-4, EN 12259, prEN 1709, EN 3, prEN 12927-6, prEN 13107, prEN 1364, EN 50290-2-27, prEN 12927-1, ENV 1993-1-2, EN ISO 1182, EN 1634, EN 469, ENV 1187, EN 54, prEN 12927-3, ISO 5923:1989, ISO 11925-2, prEN 12927-5, ENV 1991-2-2, prEN 12930, ENV 1991-1-2, EN 12845, EN 671-3, EN ISO 14520, ISO/TR 11925-1, prEN 1908, ENV 1995-1-2, EN 25923, EN 14135, EN 671-1, ENV 1992-1-2, EN ISO 1716, prEN 13796-3, prEN 1909, EN ISO 9239-1
Replaced ByBS EN 17064:2018
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 14819-1:2004
DescriptorsRailway equipment, Cableways, Tunnels, Equipment safety, Safety measures, Railways, Funicular railways, Firefighting, Cable railways, Fire safety, Railway fixed equipment, Passenger transport, Passenger ropeways
ICS13.220.20
45.100
Title in FrenchRecommandations de securite pour les installations a cables transportant des personnes. Prevention et lutte contre les incendies. Funiculaires en tunnel
Title in GermanSicherheitsempfehlungen fuer Seilbahnen fuer den Personenverkehr. Brandverhuetung und -bekaempfung. Tunnelstandseilbahnen
CommitteeMCE/20
ISBN0 580 44716 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages26
File Size153 KB
Price£182.00


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