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Tunnelling & tubing equipment

Standards in development (18)

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BS 5607 Code of practice for the safe use of explosives in the constructionindustrynull
BS 6164 CoP for health and safety in tunnelling in the construction industrynull
BS ENISO 19225 Underground mining machines - Mobile extracting machines at the face - S afety requirements for shearer loaders and plough systemsPublic Comment
BS ENISO 19296 machines working underground - Machine SafetyPublic Comment
BS ISO 19426-1 Structures for mine shafts Part 1: Terms and definitionsAccepted
BS ISO 19426-2 Structures for mine shafts Part 2: Head framesAccepted
BS ISO 19426-3 Structures for mine shafts Part 3: Sinking stagesAccepted
BS ISO 19426-4 Structures for mine shafts Part 4: ConveyancesAccepted
BS ISO 19426-5 Structures for mine shafts Part 5: Shaft system structuresAccepted
BS ISO 20305 Mine closure and reclamation terminologyIdea
BS ISO 18758-1 Mining and earth-moving machinery - Rock drill rigs and rock reinforcement rigs Part 1: TerminologyAccepted
BS ISO 18758-2 Mining and earth-moving machinery - Rock drill rigs and rock reinforcement rigs Part 2: Safety requirementsAccepted
BS ISO 19224 Continuous surface miner (CSM) - SafetyPublic Comment
BS ISO 19426-1 Structures for mine shafts Part 1: Head framesAccepted
BS ISO 19426-2 Structures for mine shafts Part 2: Sinking platformsAccepted
BS ISO 19426-3 Structures for mine shafts Part 3: ConveyancesAccepted
BS ISO 19426-4 Structures for mine shafts Part 4: Underground mine shaft structuresAccepted
BS ISO 19434 Classification of mine accidentsAccepted

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