PAS 13:2017 Código de práctica de barreras de seguridad utilizadas en la gestión del tráfico en entornos de trabajo con métodos de prueba de la resiliencia ante impactos de las barreras de seguridad

PAS 13:2017 (Spanish)

Code of practice for safety barriers used in traffic management within workplace environments with test methods for safety barrier impact resilience

Status : Current   Published : November 2018

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OVERVIEW - PAS 13:2017 Código de práctica de barreras de seguridad utilizadas en la gestión del tráfico en entornos de trabajo con métodos de prueba de la resiliencia ante impactos de las barreras de seguridad
 

What is this PAS about?

Health & Safety statistics show that approximately 50 people are killed each year and more than 5,000 injured in accidents involving workplace transport.

Each workplace is unique and likely to present different hazards and risks. Nevertheless a well-designed and maintained workplace with proper segregation of vehicles and people will experience fewer workplace accidents. 

The most effective way of ensuring pedestrians and vehicles move safety around a workplace is to provide separate pedestrian and vehicle traffic routes and where necessary use barriers, rails and signage to prevent pedestrians crossing at dangerous places. This PAS outlines the current good practice traffic management procedures for a workplace and provides a standard for the safety barriers within them. 

Who is this PAS for?

 It is intended to be used by anyone who is: 

  • Selecting appropriate safety barriers for their workplace to protect personnel, vehicles and structures
  • Applying traffic management procedures
  • Testing and measuring safety barrier performance
  • Manufacturing and distributing safety barriers

 It will most likely be used in the following sectors:

  • Warehousing
  • Logistics
  • Airports
  • Car parking
  • Food and drink manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Automotive manufacturing
  • Architecture
  • Construction
  • Engineering

 Users are likely to be:

  • Health and safety managers
  • Procurement specialists
  • Directors
  • Facility managers
  • Project managers
  • Site safety leaders
  • Chief engineers
  • Supply chain directors
  • Maintenance supervisors
  • Occupational safety advisors
  • General managers

Why should you use this PAS? 

This Spanish translated PAS gives recommendations for the impact resilience, dimensions and positions of safety barriers in the workplace, and guidance on how to manage the risks associated with vehicles within the workplace. It also specifies the criteria for testing the impact resilience of a barrier.

It applies to safety barriers used where there is a risk of collision between workplace vehicles or machinery and pedestrians. 

NOTE: This PAS does not cover:

  • Highways and public environments
  • An installation specification or installation guide for safety barriers
  • Safety barriers when working at height regulations

Traffic and pedestrian routes do not cover stairs, staircases and fixed ladders.

 


You might also be interested in: 

PAS 13:2017

PAS 13:2017 (German Translation)

PAS 13:2017 (French Translation)




Standard NumberPAS 13:2017 (Spanish)
TitleCode of practice for safety barriers used in traffic management within workplace environments with test methods for safety barrier impact resilience
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 November 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)BS 5080, BS EN 1672-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)BS EN ISO 9001
DescriptorsTraffic, Impact resistance tests, Working conditions (physical), Protective barriers, Impact testing, Pedestrians, Vehicles, Management, Resilience, Barriers, Safety, Test methods, Collisions (accident)
ICS91.140.01
CommitteeZZ/3
ISBN978 0 539 02177 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages56
File Size7 MB
Price£75.00


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