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BS 5446-3 Fire detection and fire alarm devices for dwellings Part 3: Specification for smoke alarm kits for deaf and hard of hearing peopleAccepted
BS EN 14604 Smoke alarm devicesPublic Comment
BS EN 54-10 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 10: Flame detectors - Point detectorsPublic Comment
BS EN 54-11 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 11: Manual call pointsPublic Comment
BS EN 54-12 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 12: Smoke detectors - Line detectors using an optical beamAccepted
BS EN 54-20 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 20: Aspirating smoke detectorsAccepted
BS EN 54-22 Fire detection and fire alarm system Part 22 : Resettable line type heat detectorsAccepted
BS EN 54-26 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 26: Point fire detectors using carbon monoxide sensorsAccepted
BS EN 54-28 Fire detection and fire alarm system Part 28: Non-resettable line type heat detectorsAccepted
BS EN 54-28 Fire detection and fire alarm system Part 28: Non-resettable line type heat detectorsPublication
BS EN 54-29 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 29: Multi-sensor fire detectors - Point detectors using a combination of smoke and heat sensorsAccepted
BS EN 54-31 Fire detection and fire alarm system Part 31: Multi-sensor fire detectors - Point detectors using a combination of smoke, carbon monoxide and optionally heat sensorsTechnical Review
BS EN 54-5 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 5: Point heat detectorsIdea
BS EN 54-7 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 7: Smoke detectors - Point detectors using scattered light, transmitted light or ionisationIdea
BS EN 60118-0 ED.3 Electroacoustics- Hearing aids- Part 0: measurement of the performance characteristics of hearing aids (Amalgamated revision of IEC 60118-0, IEC 60118-1, IEC 60118-2, IEC 60118-6)Public Comment
BS EN 60118-13 ED.4 Electroacoustics - Hearing aids Part 13: Electromagnetic compatability (EMC) (Revision of IEC 60118-13: 2011)Public Comment
BS EN 60118-4 ED.3 Electroacoustics - Hearing aids Part 4: Induction loop systems for hearing aid purposes - System performance requirementsApproval
BS EN 60318-3 ED.2 Electroacoustics - Simulators of human head and ear Part 3: Acoustic coupler for the calibration of supra-aural earphones used in audiometryPublic Comment
BS EN 60645-2 Audiometric equipment Part 2: Equipment for speech audiometryAccepted
BS EN 61094-3 ED.2 Electroacoustics - Measurement microphones Part 3: Primary method for free field calibration of laboratory standard microphones by the reciprocity techniqueAccepted
BS EN 61094-5 Ed 2.0 Measurement microphones Part 5: Methods for pressure calibration of working standard microphones by comparisonAccepted
BS EN 61260-1 ED.1 Electroacoustics - Octave-band and fractional-octave-band filters Part 1: SpecificationsPublication
BS EN 61260-2 Ed1.0 and fractional-octave-band filters Part 2: Pattern evaluation testsPublic Comment
BS EN 61260-3 Ed1.0 and fractional-octave-band filters Part 3: Periodic testsAccepted
BS EN 61669 Ed.2 Electroacoustics - Measurement of real-ear acoustical performance characteristics of hearing aidsPublic Comment
BS EN 62489-1 Ed 1.0 /A1 Amendment 1 - Electroacoustics - Audio-frequency induction loop systems for assisted hearing Part 1: Methods of measuring and specifying the performance of system componentsApproval
BS EN 62489-1:2010 Amendment Electroacoustics - audio-frequency induction loop systems for assisted hearing - Part 1: Methods of measuring and specifying the pperformance of system componentsPublic Comment
BS EN 62489-1:210 Amendment Electroacoustics - audio-frequency induction loop systems for assisted hearing - Part 1: Methods of measuring and specifying the pperformance of system componentsnull
BS EN WI 54-27 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 27: Duct smoke detectorsApproval
BS EN WI 54-30 Fire detection and fire alarm systems Part 30: Multi-sensor fire detectors - Point detectors using a combination of carbon monoxide and heat sensorsAccepted
BS IEC 62489-2 Ed2.0 Ed.2 induction loop systems for assisted hearing Part 2: Methods of calculating and measuring the low-frequency magnetic field emissions from the loop for assessing conformity with guidlines on limits for human exposureApproval
BS ISO 17069 Accessible design - Consideration and assistive products for accessible meetingPublication
BS ISO 17966 Assistive products for personal hygienePublic Comment
BS ISO 19026 Accessible Design-Shape,color,and arrangement of toilet flushing button and call button and arrangement of toilet paper hplder in public restroomAccepted
BS ISO 19027 Design principles for communication support board using pictorial symbolsAccepted
BS ISO 19028 Accessible design - Information contents, figuration and disply methods of tactile guide mapsAccepted
BS ISO 19029 Auditory guides in public spaceAccepted
BS ISO 19335 Assistive products for persons with disability - Guidelines on how to introduce assistive products for cognitive disabilitiesIdea
BS ISO 389-3 Acoustics - Reference zero for the calibration of audiometric equipment Part 3: Reference equivalent threshold force levels for pure tones and bone vibratorsAccepted
BS ISO 4869-1 Acoustics - Hearing protectors Part 1: Subjective method for the measurement of sound attenuationAccepted
BS ISO 4869-2 Acoustics - Hearing protectors Part 2: Estimation of effective A-weighted sound pressure levels when hearing protectors are wornAccepted
BS ISO 4869-6 Acoustics - Hearing protectors Part 6: Determination of sound attenuation of active noise reduction ear-muffsAccepted
BS ISO 7029 Acoustics - Statistical distribution of hearing thresholds as a function of ageAccepted
BS ISO 7240-20 Fire detection and alarm systems Part 20: Aspirating smoke detectorsIdea
BS ISO 7240-8 Fire detection and alarm systems Part 8: Carbon monoxide fire detectors using an electro-chemical cell in combination with a heat sensorPublic Comment

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