BS EN 1865-3:2012+A1:2015 - Patient handling equipment used in road ambulances. Heavy duty stretcher

BS EN 1865-3:2012+A1:2015

Patient handling equipment used in road ambulances. Heavy duty stretcher

Status : Current   Published : June 2012



This European Standard specifies minimum requirements for the design and performance of heavy duty stretchers used in road ambulances for the treatment and transportation of patients. It aims to ensure patient safety and minimize the physical effort required by staff operating the equipment.

Standard NumberBS EN 1865-3:2012+A1:2015
TitlePatient handling equipment used in road ambulances. Heavy duty stretcher
Publication Date30 June 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 597-1:1994, EN 1041:2008+A1:2013, EN 1789:2007+A2:2014, EN 1865-1:2010, EN 60601-1-2:2014, IEC 60601-1-2:2014, EN 62366:2008, IEC 62366:2007, EN ISO 14971:2012, ISO 14971:2007, EN ISO 15223-1:2012, ISO 15223-1:2012
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 1021-1, EN ISO 12100, ISO 12100, 93/42/EEC, 2004/108/EC, 2006/28/EC, 2006/42/EC
ReplacesBS EN 1865:2000
International RelationshipsEN 1865-3:2012
Amended ByAmendment, March 2015. Amends and replaces BS EN 1865-3:2012.
Draft Superseded By10/30215054 DC
DescriptorsPatient transport equipment, Stretchers, Stretcher carriers, Emergency equipment, Patient lifting equipment, Ambulances, Ambulance services, Road vehicle components, Mattresses, Sheets (bed), Performance, Performance testing, Equipment safety, Safety measures, Design, Components, Dimensions, Deformation, Flammability, Mass, Load capacity, Torsion testing, Mechanical testing
Title in FrenchSpécifications d'équipements pour le transport de patient dans les ambulances routières. Brancard
Title in GermanKrankentransportmittel im Krankenkraftwagen. Schwerlastkrankentrage
ISBN978 0 580 86228 1
File Size1.087 MB

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