BS EN 1496:2017 - Personal fall protection equipment. Rescue lifting devices

BS EN 1496:2017

Personal fall protection equipment. Rescue lifting devices

Status : Current   Published : January 2017

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue lifting devices. Rescue lifting devices conforming to this European Standard are used as components of rescue systems.

Rescue lifting devices in accordance with this European Standard may be combined with other components, e.g. descender devices for rescue ( EN 341) or retractable type fall arresters ( EN 360).




Standard NumberBS EN 1496:2017
TitlePersonal fall protection equipment. Rescue lifting devices
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 January 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 362:2004, ISO 9227:2017, EN 1891:1998, ISO 2232, EN 363
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 360
ReplacesBS EN 1496:2006
International RelationshipsEN 1496:2017
Draft Superseded By15/30323348 DC
DescriptorsStatic loading, Safety lines, Strength of materials, Classification systems, Corrosion tests, Performance, Dynamic testing, Performance testing, Marking, Mechanical testing, Lifting equipment, Webbing, Rescue equipment, Ropes, Instructions for use, Restraint systems (protective), Breaking load, Safety devices, Falling (accident)
ICS13.340.60
Title in FrenchÉquipement de protection personnel contre les chutes. Dispositifs de sauvetage par élévation
Title in GermanPersönliche Absturzschutzausrüstungen. Rettungshubgeräte
CommitteePH/5
ISBN978 0 580 90125 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size386 KB
Price£130.00


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