ISO 14567 PDF

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ISO 14567:1999

This International Standard specifies requirements, test methods, and marking, labelling and packaging, as appropriate, of both permanent and temporary single-point anchor devices exclusively for the attachment of personal protective equipment PPE for protection against falls from a height for fall arrest, work positioning and travel restriction work restraint. Anchor devices are rated to sustain a maximum dynamic arresting force of 6,0 kN, and a maximum static loading of 1,0 kN assuming a person of kg mass in post-fall arrest suspension, work-positioning mode, or restraint mode. Anchor devices are intended for single person use only. A rescuer should not attach to the same anchor device as a person being rescued, unless the anchor device has been specifically designed for such purposes, and the instructions for use specifically permit this application. Our policy towards the use of cookies Techstreet, a Clarivate Analytics brand, uses cookies to improve your online experience.

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ISO 14567:1999-03

Workers who have to carry out tasks at height are exposed to some of the most significant risks for any industry. It should come as no surprise that standards bodies and safety authorities highly regulate the work methods of such workers and the safety equipment they use. The standard comprises four parts:. While these standards are comprehensive, they do not cover fixed-anchor points or temporary anchor points tripods and davits - the structurally sound point which has been selected to take the forces generated by arresting any fall. While Australia boasts the highest standard for fall-arrest equipment, one of the most critical components of any fall-arrest system - anchor points - is not covered by the standard.

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