BS EN ISO 13732-3:2008 - Ergonomics of the thermal environment. Methods for the assessment of human responses to contact with surfaces. Cold surfaces – BSI British Standards

BS EN ISO 13732-3:2008

Ergonomics of the thermal environment. Methods for the assessment of human responses to contact with surfaces. Cold surfaces

Status : Current, Under review   Published : February 2009
Conformity to regulation : Designated

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BS EN ISO 13732-3:2008 Ergonomics of the thermal environment. Methods for the assessment of human responses to contact with surfaces. Cold surfaces

BS EN ISO 13732-3 describes methods for the assessment of the risk of cold injury and other adverse effects when a cold surface is touched by bare hand/finger skin.

BS EN ISO 13732-3 provides ergonomics data to establish temperature limit values for cold solid surfaces. The values established can be used in the development of special standards, where surface temperature limit values are required.

The data of BS EN ISO 13732-3 will be applicable to all fields where cold solid surfaces cause a risk of acute effects: pain, numbness and frostbite.

The data of BS EN ISO 13732-3 is not limited to the hands but apply to human skin in general.

BS EN ISO 13732-3 is applicable to the healthy skin of adults (females and males). It also gives considerations on the extension of this data.

Contents of BS EN ISO 13732-3:

  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Scope
  • Normative references
  • Terms and definitions
  • Principles for risk assessment
  • Threshold data
  • Risk assessment
  • Principles for establishing limit values
  • Principles for measures to minimize the risk
  • Scientific background
  • Extension of application
  • Thermal properties of selected materials
  • Examples of cold risk assessment
  • Protective measures
  • Bibliography



Standard NumberBS EN ISO 13732-3:2008
TitleErgonomics of the thermal environment. Methods for the assessment of human responses to contact with surfaces. Cold surfaces
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date28 February 2009
Conformity to regulationDesignated
Confirm Date24 July 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 12100-1:2003, EN ISO 12100-1:2003
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 511:1994, 98/79/EC, ISO/DIS 13732-1:2004, EN 563:1994, prEN ISO 13732-1, EN ISO 12100-2, 2006/42/EC, EN ISO 11064-4, EN ISO 7726:2001, ISO 12100-2:2003, 98/37/EC, ISO 11064-4:2004, ISO 7726:1998, EN 13202:2000
ReplacesBS EN ISO 13732-3:2005
International RelationshipsISO 13732-3:2005,EN ISO 13732-3:2008
DescriptorsTemperature, Data processing, Working conditions (physical), Skin (body), Cold tests, Environment (working), Thermal properties of materials, Ergonomics, Occupational safety, Surfaces, Risk assessment, Physiological effects (human body), Hazards, Human body
ICS13.180
Title in FrenchErgonomie des ambiances thermiques. Méthodes d'évaluation de la réponse humaine au contact avec des surfaces. Surfaces froides
Title in GermanErgonomie der thermischen Umgebung. Bewertungsmethoden für Reaktionen des Menschen bei Kontakt mit Oberflächen. Kalte Oberflächen
CommitteePH/9
ISBN978 0 580 65128 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages32
File Size1.996 MB
Price£186.00


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