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Standards in development (40)

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BS 1133-8+A1 Packaging code Part 8: Guidance on wooden boxes, cases and cratesPublic Comment
BS EN 00150052 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification - Regional requirements for countries within the European Community (ISO/TS 3691-7:2010: modified)Accepted
BS EN 1175-1 Safety of industrial trucks - Electrical requirements Part 1: General requirements for battery powered trucksAccepted
BS EN 1175-2 Safety of industrial trucks - Electrical requirements Part 2: General requirements of internal combustion engine powered trucksAccepted
BS EN 1175-3 Safety of industrial trucks - Electrical requirements Part 3: Specific requirements for the electric power transmission systems of internal combustion engine powered trucksAccepted
BS EN 1459-1 and verification Part 1: Variable-reach trucksTechnical Review
BS EN 1459-5 Rough-terrain trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 5: Additional requirements for attachments and attachment interfaceIdea
BS EN 15512 Steel static storage systems - Adjustable pallet racking systems - Principles for structural designAccepted
BS EN 15830 Rough-terrain variable reach trucks - Visibility - Test methods and verificationIdea
BS EN 16842-1 Powered industrial trucks - Visibilty - Test method for verification Part 1: General requirementsTechnical Review
BS EN 16842-2 Powered industrial trucks - Visibilty - Test methods and verification Part 2: Sit-on counter balanced trucks and rough terrain masted trucks up to and including 10 000 kg capacityTechnical Review
BS EN ISO 3691-3 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 3: Additional requirements for trucks with elevating operator position and trucks specifically designed to travel with elevated loadsApproval
BS EN WI 00150098 Industrial trucks - Electrical and electronic requirements and verificationIdea
BS EN WI 16796-1 Energy efficiency of Industrial trucks - Test methods Part 1 : GeneralApproval
BS EN WI 16796-2 Energy efficiency of Industrial trucks - Test methods Part 2 : Operator controlled self-propelled trucks, towing tractors and burden-carrier trucksApproval
BS EN WI 16796-3 Energy efficiency of Industrial trucks - Test methods Part 3 : Container handling lift trucksApproval
BS ENISO 13564-2 Powered industrial trucks - Test methods for verification of visibility Part 2: Sit-on and stand-on operator trucks and variable reach trucks greater than 10000 kg capacityAccepted
BS ENISO 3691-1:2015/A1 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 1: Self-propelled industrial trucks, other than driverless trucks, variable-reach trucks and burden-carrier trucks - Amendment 1Idea
BS ENISO 3691-1:2015/A2 Industrial trucks — Safety requirements and verification Part 1: Self-propelled industrial trucks, other than driverless trucks, variable-reach trucks and burden-carrier trucks — Amendment 2Idea
BS ENISO 3691-2:2016/A1 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 2: Self-propelled variable-reach trucks - Amendment 1Idea
BS ENISO 3691-2:2016/CORR @ Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 2: Self-propelled variable-reach trucks (ISO 3691-2:2016)Idea
BS ENISO 3691-5:2015/A1 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 5: Pedestrian-propelled trucks - Amendment 1Idea
BS ENISO 3691-5:2015/CORR @ Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 5: Pedestrian-propelled trucks (ISO 3691-5:2014)Publication
BS ENISO 3691-6:2015/A1 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 6: Burden and personnel carriers - Amendment 1Idea
BS ISO 10896-7 Rough-terrain trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 7: Longitudinal load moment systemsPublication
BS ISO 15394 Packaging - Bar code and two-dimensional symbols for shipping, transport and receiving labelsPublic Comment
BS ISO 16106 Packaging - Transport packages for dangerous goods - Dangerous goods packagings, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and large packagings - Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001Idea
BS ISO 18063-1 Rough-terrain trucks - Visibility - Test methods and their verification Part 1: Variable-reach trucksApproval
BS ISO 18616-1 Returnable transport system - Reusable, rigid plastics distribution boxes Part 1: General purpose applicationApproval
BS ISO 18616-2 Returnable transport system - Reusable, rigid plastics distribution boxes Part 2: General specifications for testingApproval
BS ISO 19709-1 Packaging - Small load carrier systems Part 1: Common requirements and test methodsApproval
Opens a new windowBS ISO 19809 Packaging-Accessible design-Information and markingPublic Comment
BS ISO 20297-1 Industrial trucks - Lorry-mounted trucks Part 1: Safety requirements and verificationPublic Comment
BS ISO 21067-1 Packaging - Vocabulary Part 1: General termsPublication
BS ISO 21262 Industrial trucks - Safety rules for application, operation and maintenanceIdea
BS ISO 28219 Packaging - Labelling and direct product marking with linear bar code and two-dimensional symbolsPublic Comment
BS ISO 3691-4 Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification Part 4: Driverless industrial trucks and their systemsAccepted
BS ISO 4180 Packaging - Complete, filled transport packages - General rules for the compilation of performance test schedulesIdea
PD ISO/TS 17451-2 Packaging - Codification of contents for inventories for shipments of household goods and personal effects Part 2: XML messaging structure for electronic transmission of inventory dataIdea
PD ISO/TS 18614 Packaging - Label Material - Required information for ordering and speci fying self-adhesive labelsPublication

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Published standards (20)

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Standard referenceNameStatus
BS EN 1398:1998Dock levellersWithdrawn
BS EN 1398:2009Dock levellers. Safety requirementsCurrent
BS 6989:1989Guide to Safety of storage equipment for loose bulk materialsCurrent
BS EN 12195-4:2003Load restraint assemblies on road vehicles. Safety - Lashing steel wire ropesCurrent
BS EN 12195-2:2001Load restraint assemblies on road vehicles. Safety - Web lashing made from man-made fibresCurrent
BS EN 12195-3:2001Load restraint assemblies on road vehicles. Safety - Lashing chainsCurrent
BS 1133 Section 4:1965Packaging code - Mechanical aids in package handlingWithdrawn
BS 1133-4:1991Packaging code - Mechanical aids in package handlingWithdrawn
BS EN 15095:2007+A1:2008Power-operated mobile racking and shelving, carousels and storage lifts. Safety requirementsCurrent
BS EN 528:1997Rail dependent storage and retrieval equipment. SafetyWithdrawn
BS EN 528:2008Rail dependent storage and retrieval equipment. Safety requirementsCurrent
BS EN 14010:2003+A1:2009Safety of machinery. Equipment for power driven parking of motor vehicles. Safety and EMC requirements for design, manufacturing, erection and commissioning stagesCurrent
BS 7611:1992Specification for potato storage boxes for mechanical handlingCurrent
BS 4345:1968Specification for slotted anglesWithdrawn
BS EN 16681:2016Steel static storage systems. Adjustable pallet racking systems. Principles for seismic designCurrent
BS EN 15512:2009Steel static storage systems. Adjustable pallet racking systems. Principles for structural designCurrent
BS EN 15620:2008Steel static storage systems. Adjustable pallet racking. Tolerances, deformations and clearancesCurrent
BS EN 15635:2008Steel static storage systems. Application and maintenance of storage equipmentCurrent
BS EN 15629:2008Steel static storage systems. Specification of storage equipmentCurrent
BS EN 15878:2010Steel static storage systems. Terms and definitionsCurrent

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