BS 4163 Health and safety for design and technology in schools and similar establishments. Code of practice

BS 4163:2007

Health and safety for design and technology in schools and similar establishments. Code of practice

Status : Withdrawn, Revised, Superseded   Published : May 2007 Replaced By : BS 4163:2014

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BS 4163 sets out the health and safety requirements for design and technology in schools and other educational facilities. This code of good practice gives clear guidance for personnel who are responsible for planning services, machine tools or machine handling, and for anyone who is involved with design and technology facilities. “Design and technology in schools” refers to all teaching and workshop areas where materials are manipulated and processed. These include building services, food preparation equipment, textile machinery and accessories, electronics, plastics-working machinery and woodworking, motor vehicles workshops and computer areas. This British Standard code of practice provides recommendations and guidance for personnel responsible for planning services, equipment and machinery and for persons who might use these in design and technology facilities in all types of educational establishments, such as: • Heads of design and technology in schools• Health and safety managers in educational facilities• Health and safety consultants• Workshop leaders• Teachers• Manufacturers of design and technology tools for schools
ContentsSection 1: GeneralSection 2: Health and safety managementSection 3: Planning and servicesSection 4: Teaching areas, equipment, tools and processesSection 5: MaterialsBibliographyList of figuresList of tables a

BS 4163 sets out the health and safety requirements for design and technology in schools and other educational facilities. This code of good practice gives clear guidance for personnel who are responsible for planning services, machine tools or machine handling, and for anyone who is involved with design and technology facilities. “Design and technology in schools” refers to all teaching and workshop areas where materials are manipulated and processed. These include building services, food preparation equipment, textile machinery and accessories, electronics, plastics-working machinery and woodworking, motor vehicles workshops and computer areas.

This British Standard code of practice provides recommendations and guidance for personnel responsible for planning services, equipment and machinery and for persons who might use these in design and technology facilities in all types of educational establishments, such as:

•             Heads of design and technology in schools

•             Health and safety managers in educational facilities

•             Health and safety consultants

•             Workshop leaders

•             Teachers

•             Manufacturers of design and technology tools for schools

 

Contents

Section 1: General

Section 2: Health and safety management

Section 3: Planning and services

Section 4: Teaching areas, equipment, tools and processes

Section 5: Materials

Bibliography

List of figures

List of tables

 






Standard NumberBS 4163:2007
TitleHealth and safety for design and technology in schools and similar establishments. Code of practice
StatusWithdrawn, Revised, Superseded
Publication Date31 May 2007
Withdrawn Date31 August 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)BS 196, BS 411, BS 546, BS 638, BS 1361, BS 1362, BS 1363-1, BS 1363-2, BS 1363-4, BS 1710, BS 2769, BS 3641, BS 4278, BS 4293, BS 4411, BS 4676, BS 5169, BS 5266, BS 5482-1, BS 5499-4, BS 5499-5, BS 5733, BS 5839, BS 6166-1, BS 7288, BS 7671:2001, BS EN 136, BS EN 140, BS EN 143, BS EN 149:2001, BS EN 166, BS EN 167, BS EN 168, BS EN 175, BS EN 374, BS EN 388, BS EN 407, BS EN 420, BS EN 470-1, BS EN 529, BS EN 847-1, BS EN 859, BS EN 860, BS EN 861, BS EN 1807, BS EN 1870-1, BS EN 1870-2, BS EN 14387, BS EN 60073, BS EN 60079, BS EN 60204-1, BS EN 60309-2, BS EN 60335, BS EN 60529, BS EN 60669-2-4, BS EN 60898, BS EN 60947-1, BS EN 60947-3, BS EN 60947-4, BS EN 61008-1, BS EN 61009-1, BS EN 61558, BS EN ISO 13850, PD 5304
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 4163:2014
ReplacesBS 4163:2000
Draft Superseded By06/30138306 DC
DescriptorsHealth and safety requirements, Health and safety management, Safety measures, Schools, Educational facilities, Workshops, Teaching, Equipment safety, Machine tools, Materials handling, Hazards, Risk assessment, Chemical hazards, Personnel, Planning, Design, Environment (working), Building services, Food preparation equipment, Textile machinery and accessories, Plastics-working machinery, Portable, Hand tools, Woodworking machines, Metalworking machines, Garages (commercial), Moulding (process), Moulding equipment, Heat engineering, Heat engineering components, Metalworking, Chemical technology processes, Chemical technology equipment, Cloth, Asbestos, Adhesives, Plastics, Wood
ICS03.180
13.110
Title in FrenchHygiene et securite pour la conception et la technologie dans les ecoles et les etablissements similaires. Code de bonne pratique
Title in GermanGesundheit und Sicherheit in Entwicklung und Technologie in Schulen und aehnlichen Einrichtungen. Leitfaden
CommitteeGME/27
ISBN978 0 580 50452 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages142
File Size1.059 MB
Price£60.00


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