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This document provides a context for emergency planning, response and recovery for all types of an archive, library or museum collections in light of other existing plans. It provides responders and other stakeholders with an outline for planning, responding and recovering. This document does not address the causes of a critical event, but the consequences and wider impacts. This document outlines a cycle for developing, exercising and reviewing a plan, and how to present a plan. It aims to encourage responders to develop their capabilities in emergency preparedness and touches on some elements of response and recovery, where relevant, by highlighting indicators of good practice.
It is not intended to be an operations manual as there is no single approach that meets the needs of every site, nor is there one single set of organizational arrangements that is appropriate to each and every type of emergency.

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This document specifies the standard data concepts that comprise the "Minimum Set of Data" (MSD) to be transferred from a vehicle to a 'Public Safety Answering Point' (PSAP) in the event of a crash or emergency via an 'eCall' communication transaction.
Optional additional data concepts may also be transferred.
The communications media protocols and methods for the transmission of the eCall message are not specified in this document.

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This part of IEC 63005 describes test methods on evaluating performance of basic
functionalities of EVDR described in IEC 63005-1.

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This document defines the accuracy, credibility and confidence in the results of virtual crash test to roadside safety devices through the definition of procedures for verification, validation and development of numerical models for roadside safety application. Finally it defines a list of indications to ensure the competences of an expert/organization in the domain of virtual testing.

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IEC TR 60479-4:2020 (E) summarizes the basic parameters for lightning and its variability insofar as they apply to human beings and livestock.
The possible direct and indirect interactions of strikes with bodies of living beings are indicated. The resulting effects caused by lightning currents for the organism are described.
This document shows the differences of effects on human beings and livestock due to lightning strokes versus those effects of electric shocks derived from electrical systems.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2011. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) lightning occurence and climatory effects around the world are depicted;
b) direct strike description is extended;
c) step voltage effects are expanded;
d) upward streamer explanation is enhanced;
e) other direct or indirect related effects to lightning injuries to the human body are specified;
f) various safety procedures and related possibilities with respect to the personsal danger of lightning are presented.

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IEC 60479-1 provides basic guidance on the effects of shock current on human beings and livestock. For a given current path through the human body, the danger to persons depends mainly on the magnitude and duration of the current flow. However, the time/current zones specified in the following clauses are, in many cases, not directly applicable in practice for designing measures of protection against electrical shock. The necessary criterion is the admissible limit of touch voltage (i.e. the product of the current through the body called touch current and the body impedance) as a function of time. The relationship between current and voltage is not linear because the impedance of the human body varies with the touch voltage, and data on this relationship is therefore required. The different parts of the human body (such as the skin, blood, muscles, other tissues and joints) present to the electric current a certain impedance composed of resistive and capacitive components. The values of body impedance depend on a number of factors and, in particular, on current path, on touch voltage, duration of current flow, frequency, degree of moisture of the skin, surface area of contact, pressure exerted and temperature. The impedance values indicated in this document result from a close examination of the experimental results available from measurements carried out principally on corpses and on some living persons. Knowledge of the effects of alternating current is primarily based on the findings related to the effects of current at frequencies of 50 Hz or 60 Hz which are the most common in electrical installations. The values given are, however, deemed applicable over the frequency range from 15 Hz to 100 Hz, threshold values at the limits of this range being higher than those at 50 Hz or 60 Hz. Principally the risk of ventricular fibrillation is considered to be the main mechanism of death of fatal electrical accidents. Accidents with direct current are much less frequent than would be expected from the number of DC applications, and fatal electrical accidents occur only under very unfavourable conditions, for example, in mines. This is partly due to the fact that with direct current, the letgo of parts gripped is less difficult and that for shock durations longer than the period of the cardiac cycle, the threshold of ventricular fibrillation is considerably higher than for alternating current. This basic safety publication is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 104 and lSO/lEC Guide 51. It is not intended for use by manufacturers or certification bodies. One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of basic safety publications in the preparation of its publications. The requirements, test methods or test conditions of this basic safety publication will not apply unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.

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IEC 60479-2 describes the effects on the human body when a sinusoidal alternating current in the frequency range above 100 Hz passes through it. The effects of current passing through the human body for: - alternating sinusoidal current with DC components, - alternating sinusoidal current with phase control, and - alternating sinusoidal current with multicycle control are given but are only deemed applicable for alternating current frequencies from 15 Hz up to 100 Hz. Means of extending the frequency of applicability of pure sinusoids to a frequency of 150 kHz are given, supplementing the data in IEC 60479-1. Means of examining random complex irregular waveforms are given. This document describes the effects of current passing through the human body in the form of single and multiple successive unidirectional rectangular impulses, sinusoidal impulses and impulses resulting from capacitor discharges. The values specified are deemed to be applicable for impulse durations from 0,1 ms up to and including 10 ms. This document only considers conducted current resulting from the direct application of a source of current to the body, as does IEC 60479-1. It does not consider current induced within the body caused by its exposure to an external electromagnetic field. This basic safety publication is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 104 and ISO/IEC Guide 51. It is not intended for use by manufacturers or certification bodies. One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of basic safety publications in the preparation of its publications. The requirements, test methods or test conditions of this basic safety publication will not apply unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.

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This document prescribes safety signs for the purposes of accident prevention, fire protection, health hazard information and emergency evacuation.
The shape and colour of each safety sign are according to ISO 3864‑1 and the design of the graphical symbols is according to ISO 3864‑3.
This document is applicable to all locations where safety issues related to people need to be addressed. However, it is not applicable to the signalling used for guiding rail, road, river, maritime and air traffic and, in general, to those sectors subject to a regulation which may differ with regard to certain points of this document and of the ISO 3864 series.
This document specifies the safety sign originals that can be scaled for reproduction and application purposes.

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IEC TR 60479-4:2020 (E) summarizes the basic parameters for lightning and its variability insofar as they apply to human beings and livestock.
The possible direct and indirect interactions of strikes with bodies of living beings are indicated. The resulting effects caused by lightning currents for the organism are described.
This document shows the differences of effects on human beings and livestock due to lightning strokes versus those effects of electric shocks derived from electrical systems.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2011. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) lightning occurence and climatory effects around the world are depicted;
b) direct strike description is extended;
c) step voltage effects are expanded;
d) upward streamer explanation is enhanced;
e) other direct or indirect related effects to lightning injuries to the human body are specified;
f) various safety procedures and related possibilities with respect to the personsal danger of lightning are presented.

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The purpose of this new standard is to specify test methods and performance requirements for remotely monitored breath alcohol testing devices. It covers remote alcohol monitoring devices intended to be used by participants in programmes designed to monitor abstinence or restricted alcohol consumption.

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This document defines an eCall "Optional Additional Data" concept for the "Minimum Set of Data" (MSD) to be transferred from a vehicle to a 'Public Safety Answering Point' (PSAP) in the event of a crash or emergency via an 'eCall' communication transaction.
This document defines:
a)   Protocol requirements to ensure phone user consent to the provision of the linked 'phone number to the PSAP in the event of an eCall triggering incident;
b)   Definition of the OAD concept "Linked mobile Telephone Number" (LTN);
c)   Privacy provisions;
d)   Advice to PSAPs on the use of the eCall OAD LTN;
e)   Example of an in-vehicle sequence generating the LTN OAD and forwarding it as part of the MSD.
For clarity, the communications media protocols and methods for the transmission of the eCall message are not specified in this document.

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This document defines an eCall "Optional Additional Data" concept for the "Minimum Set of Data" (MSD) to be transferred from a vehicle to a 'Public Safety Answering Point' (PSAP) in the event of a crash or emergency via an 'eCall' communication transaction.
This document defines:
a)   Protocol requirements to ensure phone user consent to the provision of the linked 'phone number to the PSAP in the event of an eCall triggering incident;
b)   Definition of the OAD concept "Linked mobile Telephone Number" (LTN);
c)   Privacy provisions;
d)   Advice to PSAPs on the use of the eCall OAD LTN;
e)   Example of an in-vehicle sequence generating the LTN OAD and forwarding it as part of the MSD.
For clarity, the communications media protocols and methods for the transmission of the eCall message are not specified in this document.

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This document specifies requirements for the impact performance of systems designed for the reduction of impact severity for PTW riders impacting safety barriers whilst sliding along the ground, having fallen from their PTW vehicle. The protection systems concerned are those fitted to barriers or barriers that have an inherent PTW rider protection or risk reduction capability. This document excludes the assessment of the vehicle restraint capabilities of barriers and the risk that they represent to the occupants of impacting cars. The assessment of barrier performance with respect to impacting vehicles is covered by EN 1317-1 and EN 1317-2.
This document defines performance classes taking into account rider speed classes, impact severity and the working width of the system with respect to rider impacts.
For systems designed to be added to a standard barrier, the test results are valid only when the system is fitted to the model of barrier used in the tests since the performance will not necessarily be the same if the system is fitted to a different barrier.

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This document specifies requirements for the impact performance of systems designed for the reduction of impact severity for PTW riders impacting safety barriers whilst sliding along the ground, having fallen from their PTW vehicle. The protection systems concerned are those fitted to barriers or barriers that have an inherent PTW rider protection or risk reduction capability. This document excludes the assessment of the vehicle restraint capabilities of barriers and the risk that they represent to the occupants of impacting cars. The assessment of barrier performance with respect to impacting vehicles is covered by EN 1317-1 and EN 1317-2.
This document defines performance classes taking into account rider speed classes, impact severity and the working width of the system with respect to rider impacts.
For systems designed to be added to a standard barrier, the test results are valid only when the system is fitted to the model of barrier used in the tests since the performance will not necessarily be the same if the system is fitted to a different barrier.

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IEC 60479-2:2019 describes the effects on the human body when a sinusoidal alternating current in the frequency range above 100 Hz passes through it.
The effects of current passing through the human body for:
– alternating sinusoidal current with DC components,
– alternating sinusoidal current with phase control, and
– alternating sinusoidal current with multicycle control
are given but are only deemed applicable for alternating current frequencies from 15 Hz up to 100 Hz.
Means of extending the frequency of applicability of pure sinusoids to a frequency of 150 kHz are given and means of examining random complex irregular waveforms are given.
This document describes the effects of current passing through the human body in the form of single and multiple successive unidirectional rectangular impulses, sinusoidal impulses and impulses resulting from capacitor discharges. The values specified are deemed to be applicable for impulse durations from 0,1 ms up to and including 10 ms.
This document only considers conducted current resulting from the direct application of a source of current to the body, as does IEC 60479-1. It does not consider current induced within the body caused by its exposure to an external electromagnetic field.
This basic safety publication is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 104 and ISO/IEC Guide 51. It is not intended for use by manufacturers or certification bodies. One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of basic safety publications in the preparation of its publications. The requirements, test methods or test conditions of this basic safety publication will not apply unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.
This first edition cancels and replaces IEC TS 60479-2:2017. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC TS 60479 2:2017:
a) change in status from Technical Specification to International Standard.

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The purpose of this new standard is to define a list of functionalities for a standard connector / interface between the vehicle and the alcohol interlock, which can be used for communication between the vehicle and the alcohol interlock in both directions for information exchange. It specifies the interface for an aftermarket installation of alcohol interlocks

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IEC 60479-1:2018(E) provides basic guidance on the effects of shock current on human beings and livestock.
This basic safety publication is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 104 and lSO/lEC Guide 51. It is not intended for use by manufacturers or certification bodies.

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This part of IEC 63005 describes basic requirements for event video data recorders (EVDRs)
for road vehicle accidents, used for identifying and analysing causes of accidents based on
video from a front-mounted camera and other information obtained before and after such
events. In addition to video from a front-mounted camera and vehicle behaviour, these
products can record side and/or rear video data for enhanced functionalities in determining
causes of accidents and analysing collision events.

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The present document describes the protocol specifications for emergency service caller location determination and
transport architecture as specified in ETSI ES 203 178 [1].

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IEC 60799:2018 is also available as IEC 60799:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 60799:2018 specifies requirements for cord sets and interconnection cord sets for household and similar general purpose equipment. It does not apply to cord sets for industrial purposes (with plugs and connectors according to IEC 60309) nor to cord extension sets. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 1998. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- alignment with IEC 60320-1:2015;
- extension to include appliance couplers in accordance with IEC 60320-2-3:- (Under preparation. Stage at the time of publication: IEC/FDIS 60320-2-3:2018)

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for avalanche beacons operating
at 457 kHz transmitter-receiver systems.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.3g of
Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for avalanche beacons operating
at 457 kHz transmitter-receiver systems.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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This International Standard specifies a plate with instructions for rescue, resuscitation and first aid of drowning persons. This plate is intended for use
—   on inland navigation vessels
—   at suitable places on the shore of inland waterways, e.g. harbours, berths, locks, sluices, etc.;
—   at other suitable places.

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This document establishes additional principles to ISO 3864-1 for the design of safety labels for
products, i.e. any items manufactured and offered for sale in the normal course of commerce, including
but not limited to consumer products and industrial equipment. The purpose of a product safety label is
to alert persons to a specific hazard and to identify how the hazard can be avoided.
This document is applicable to all products in all industries where safety-related questions can be
posed. However, it is not applicable to safety labels used
— for chemicals,
— for the transport of dangerous substances and preparations and
— in those sectors subject to legal regulations which differ from certain provisions of this document.
The design principles incorporated in this document are intended to be used by all ISO Technical
Committees and anyone designing product safety labels in the development of product safety label
standards for their industries or services.

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This European Standard defines the content and the layout of an installation document providing necessary and useful information about the aftermarket installation of an alcohol interlock into a vehicle. It details the type of the vehicle, connection schematics, accessibility instructions and recommendations to avoid safety risks.
The contents and layout ensures that the information document be easy to use by installers in different countries and may be available in paper or electronic format.
This European Standard is applicable to alcohol interlocks for drink-driving-offender programs (as in EN 50436-1) as well as to alcohol interlocks for general preventive use (as in EN 50436-2).
This European Standard is mostly intended for vehicle manufacturers and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks.
This European Standard does not apply to
-   the process of handling the installation documents,
-   the installation process,
-   information related to education and training for installers,
-   general performance requirements for alcohol interlocks (see EN 50436-1 and EN 50436-2),
-   the installation of the alcohol interlock during the production of the vehicle.

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An alcohol interlock is a system comprising a breath alcohol measuring instrument and an immobiliser which may be easily installed in motor vehicles as passenger cars, coaches, taxis, hazardous goods transporters, lorries, trams, trains, motorcycles, boats, or snow mobiles. Before the vehicle motor can be started or the vehicle can be moved, a breath sample has to be provided to the alcohol interlock, normally through a mouthpiece. Once the breath alcohol measurement has been performed, the alcohol interlock will prevent drivers from starting the motor if they have an alcohol concentration above a predetermined limit value. This limit may be set at the legal limit of a respective country or lower.
Alcohol interlocks that meet the relevant European Standards detect, for example, if the sample is delivered by a human being. They are also capable of preventing and detecting tampering with the instrument.
Additional parts of the system may include identity checking or recording mechanisms.
The purpose of this European Standard is to give practical guidance for selection, installation, use and maintenance of alcohol interlocks. It is directed to all those who have an interest in alcohol interlocks as well as companies selling and installing alcohol interlocks, purchasers and users for commercial, professional or private use. The European Standard gives information about the alcohol interlock and how it is to be used.
This European Standard describes alcohol interlocks for use in vehicles as a general preventive measure in traffic safety as well as for use in drink driving offender programmes. However, information provided may also be useful for alcohol interlocks in other applications.

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ISO/TR 19083-1:2016 - defines the framework for the ISO/TR 19083 series of standards related to emergency evacuation and disaster response and recovery, - establishes the criteria under which public transport should support evacuations and disaster response and recovery based on the magnitude of the disaster and the location as these factors drive the policies, directives and plans for each countries disaster prevention/evacuation systems, - identifies the types of agencies and organizations involved in a regionally supported evacuation and disaster, - defines the roles and responsibilities public transport entities should provide in planning, preparing for, and conducting evacuations and disaster response and recovery efforts in support of regional authorities, - recommends the type of information required and necessary actions to be followed by public transport to ensure efficient and effective transportation in response to recovery from a disaster, - provides a concept of operation describing the characteristics of the EEDRR Decision Support System from the viewpoint of an individual who will use the system for public transport disaster support, it is the guiding document for public transport services operators who voluntarily wish to develop EEDRR Decision Support Systems, and - identifies guidelines to improve coordination among regional authorities when public transport disaster support is required.

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The present document lays down the minimum requirements for maritime "Personal Homing Radio Beacon for 121,5 MHz
search and rescue purposes", and incorporates the relevant provisions of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
radio regulations.
Operational radio beacons described in the present document are intended only for transmission of radio signals on the
frequency 121,5 MHz for locating purposes.
Beacons for training purposes will be frequency programmed in accordance with national licensing. It should be noted
that licensing for such use is also dependent on the administration responsible for the waters where the equipment is
operated and not the registered flag state.
The present document applies to radio beacons intended for short-range maritime personal homing applications. For this
application, both the radiated power and the length of time of operation are reduced to enable the equipment to be
sufficiently small and light to be worn comfortably at all times.
The present document also specifies technical characteristics, methods of measurement and required test results.
The present document contains requirements to demonstrate that "... Radio equipment shall be so constructed that it both
effectively uses and supports the efficient use of radio spectrum in order to avoid harmful interference" [i.1].

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This Europen Standard establishes a uniform format for reporting accidents where the following equipment is involved:
-  Agricultural and forestry tractors (NACE code 09.02.03.01)
-  Equipment fitted on tractors (e.g. a front - end loader) (NACE code 09.02.99.00)
-  Equipment mounted on the tractor (front and/or rear) (NACE code 09.02.99.00)
-  Equipment towed by tractors (trailers and machinery) (NACE code 09.02.04.99)
-  Self - propelled machinery (NACE 09.02.03.02)
-  Telescopic loaders (NACE code 09.02.03.02)
-  Lawn and gardening equipment (NACE code 09.02.99.00)
-  Powered hand - held machinery used in agriculture (NACE code 09.02.99.00)
Accidents with this equipment during on - road use are also in the scope of this standard.
Material handling machinery, other than telescopic loaders, and fixed stationary equipment are excluded from the scope of this standard. Equipment listed in the first clause, but used in another environment than agriculture or forestry is excluded from the scope of this standard. (e.g. tractors used on construction sites) All profiles of harmed persons shall be in the scope. There shall be no distinction/exemption between employers, employees, self-employed persons and bystanders.

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This Technical Report specifies geometrical and technical requirements for the design and manufacture for pedestrian parapets on road bridges, on footbridges, on top of retaining walls and on similar elevated structures.
This Technical Report also specifies test methods and provision for the labelling and marking of these products.
This Technical Report does not cover:
-   vehicle restraint systems;
-   pedestrian restraint systems in residential, commercial or industrial buildings and within their perimeter;
-   non-rigid rails i.e. rope, cables.
This Technical Report may be used for pedestrian parapets on structures which cross over railways, rivers and canals.

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This European Standard establishes a uniform format for reporting accidents where the following equipment are involved:
—   agricultural and forestry tractors (NACE code 09.02.03.01);
—   equipment fitted on tractors (e.g. a front – end loader) (NACE code 09.02.99.00);
—   equipment mounted on the tractor (front and/or rear) (NACE code 09.02.99.00);
—   equipment towed by tractors (trailers and machinery) (NACE code 09.02.04.99);
—   self-propelled machinery (NACE code 09.02.03.02);
—   telescopic loaders (NACE code 09.02.03.02);
—   lawn and gardening equipment (NACE code 09.02.99.00);
—   powered hand-held machinery used in agriculture (NACE code 09.02.99.00).
Accidents with this equipment on road use are also covered by this document.
Are excluded from the scope of this document:
—   the above-mentioned equipment when used in another environment than agriculture, forestry and landscape gardening (e.g. tractors used on construction sites);
—   material handling equipment other than telescopic loaders, skid steer loaders, wheel loaders and front-end loaders mounted on tractors.
All profiles of harmed persons should be in the scope. There should be no distinction/exemption between employers, employees, self-employed persons, bystanders or other persons involved in the accident.
Situations that are excluded from the scope of this document:
—   near-miss accidents and other incidents, not resulting in harm;
—   chronic diseases as a result of physical agents.
Fire hazards are only in the Scope for those fire accidents that have caused physical harm.

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This Technical Report specifies geometrical and technical requirements for the design and manufacture for pedestrian parapets on road bridges, on footbridges, on top of retaining walls and on similar elevated structures.
This Technical Report also specifies test methods and provision for the labelling and marking of these products.
This Technical Report does not cover:
—   vehicle restraint systems;
—   pedestrian restraint systems in residential, commercial or industrial buildings and within their perimeter;
—   non-rigid rails i.e. rope, cables.
This Technical Report may be used for pedestrian parapets on structures which cross over railways, rivers and canals.

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EN 50436-1 specifies test methods and performance requirements for breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks. It covers alcohol interlocks intended to be used in programmes for drink driving offenders as well as in programmes monitored or controlled in a comparable way. This European Standard is directed at test laboratories and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks. It defines requirements and test procedures for type testing. Several parameters (such as alcohol concentration or breath volume) are specified in this European Standard for the purpose of type testing according to this standard only. However, it may be necessary due to national regulations or depending on user requests to set the values of the prescribed parameters differently when the alcohol interlocks are in use. This European Standard also applies to alcohol interlocks integrated into other control systems of the vehicle as well as to accessory devices connected to the alcohol interlock.

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This European Standard describes good practice principles of drinking water supply management in the event of a crisis, including preparatory and follow-up measures.

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This European Standard defines the key actors in the eCall chain of service
provision as:
1) In-Vehicle System (IVS)/vehicle,
2) Mobile network Operator (MNO),
3) Public safety assistance point [provider](PSAP), in some circumstances may also
involve:
4) Third Party Service Provider (TPSP), and to provide conformance tests for actor
groups 1) - 4).
NOTE Conformance tests are not appropriate nor required for vehicle occupants,
although they are the recipient of the service. The Scope covers conformance
testing (and approval) of new engineering developments, products and systems,
and does not imply testing associated with individual installations in vehicles or
locations.

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This European standard specifies requirements for the manufacture; performance and testing of electrically controlled exit systems, designed for use on escape routes. These systems consist of at least the following elements:- Initiating element for requesting the release of electrical locking element in order to exit;- Electrical locking element for securing an exit door;- Electrical controlling element for supplying, connecting and controlling electrical locking element and initiating element. In addition, these electrically controlled exit systems can include time delay and/or denied exit mode. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems placed on the market as a complete unit (e.g. mortise lock, lever handle, keeper, initiating element, electrical locking element, electrical controlling element, etc.). The components are tested as a single product. This European Standard covers electrically controlled exit systems which are either manufactured and placed on the market in their entirety by one manufacturer or assembled from sub-assemblies produced by more than one manufacturer and subsequently placed on the market as a kit in a single transaction. The suitability of an electrically controlled exit system for use on fire/smoke resisting door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance tests required by this European Standard.

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The objective of implementing the pan-European in-vehicle emergency call system (eCall) is to automate the notification of a traffic accident, wherever in Europe, with the same technical standards and the same quality of services objectives by using 'Public Land Mobile Networks'(PLMN) (such as GSM and UMTS), which supports the European pre-assigned emergency destination address (see normative references) and to provide a means of manually triggering the notification of an incident.
This European Standard specifies the general operating requirements and intrinsic procedures for in-vehicle emergency call (eCall) services in order to transfer an emergency message from a vehicle to a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in the event of a crash or emergency, via an eCall communication session and to establish a voice channel between the in-vehicle equipment and the PSAP.
Private third party in-vehicle emergency supporting services may also provide a similar eCall function by other means. The provision of such services are defined in EN 16102, and are outside the scope of this European Standard.
The communications protocols and methods for the transmission of the eCall message are not specified in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies the operating requirements for an eCall service. An important part of the eCall service is a Minimum Set of Data (MSD). The operating requirements for the MSD are determined in this European Standard, but the form and data content of the MSD is not defined herein. A common European MSD is determined in EN 15722.
This European Standard does not specify whether eCall is provided using embedded equipment or other means (for example in the case of aftermarket equipment).Conformance
Test requirements and conformance requirements are described in Clause 11. Conformance procedures are specified in a separate deliverable (CEN/TS 16454) and are outside of the scope of this European Standard. CEN/TS 16454 is in the process to be balloted to be upgraded to EN 16454 status.

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The objective of implementing the pan-European in-vehicle emergency call system (eCall) is to automate the notification of a traffic accident, wherever in Europe, with the same technical standards and the same quality of services objectives by using 'Public Land Mobile Networks'(PLMN) (such as GSM and UMTS), which supports the European pre-assigned emergency destination address (see normative references) and to provide a means of manually triggering the notification of an incident.
This European Standard specifies the general operating requirements and intrinsic procedures for in-vehicle emergency call (eCall) services in order to transfer an emergency message from a vehicle to a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in the event of a crash or emergency, via an eCall communication session and to establish a voice channel between the in-vehicle equipment and the PSAP.
Private third party in-vehicle emergency supporting services may also provide a similar eCall function by other means. The provision of such services are defined in EN 16102, and are outside the scope of this European Standard.
The communications protocols and methods for the transmission of the eCall message are not specified in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies the operating requirements for an eCall service. An important part of the eCall service is a Minimum Set of Data (MSD). The operating requirements for the MSD are determined in this European Standard, but the form and data content of the MSD is not defined herein. A common European MSD is determined in EN 15722.
This European Standard does not specify whether eCall is provided using embedded equipment or other means (for example in the case of aftermarket equipment).Conformance

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This European Standard applies to breath alcohol test devices which measure the concentration of alcohol contained in an exhaled breath sample, designed and intended to be used as a self tester for the general public and to provide a reliable indication of the breath alcohol concentration at the time of the test. This European Standard specifies requirements for basic safety and performance, test methods and requirements for marking, labelling and operating instructions. This European Standard gives guidelines for compliance testing procedures consisting of a number of technical performance tests. It is not intended that the results of these devices should be used to rebut the results of evidential breath alcohol analysers covered by OIML R 126:1998, or breath alcohol test devices used in professional applications covered by EN 15964 or similar national regulations. Therefore, the results of measurements need to be displayed so as to protect, as far as it is practicable, the user from underestimating his alcohol concentration based on measurement uncertainties, intrinsic in every measurement.

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This Technical Specification is based on an all-hazards approach, with a specific focus on terrorism and other security related risks. Looking at the combination of threats, vulnerabilities and values to be protected, threats may be terrorist attacks with chemical, explosive and biological agents, or nuclear waste materials, or with conventional means on CBRN plants, causing a similar devastating effect on a potentially large scale. Major CBRN incidents may jeopardise critical infrastructure, while emergency services may have great difficulty performing their response tasks. The scope excludes the vulnerability assessment of some specific systems that comply, at the European and Member State level, with existing sets of legal measures: network for drinking water distribution, food chain supply and cosmetics and pharmaceutical products production and distribution chains. The objective of this Technical Specification is to strengthen common understanding and a common frame of reference for all organisations with an interest and involvement in CBRN. It does so by providing a number of considerations and tools that can be used in the development of a semi-quantitative conceptual framework for vulnerability assessment, awareness and management. The vulnerability assessment covers all members of the population at risk including the requirements of children, the elderly and those with disabilities.

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EN 50436-2 specifies test methods and performance requirements for breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks having a mouthpiece. It covers alcohol interlocks intended for general preventive use. This European Standard is directed at test laboratories and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks. It defines requirements and test procedures for type testing. Several parameters (for example alcohol concentration or breath volume) are specified in this European Standard for the purpose of type testing according to this standard only. However, it may be necessary due to national regulations or depending on user requests to set the values of the prescribed parameters differently when the alcohol interlocks are in use. This European Standard also applies to alcohol interlocks integrated into other control systems of the vehicle as well as to accessory devices connected to the alcohol interlock.

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EN 50436-1 specifies test methods and performance requirements for breath alcohol controlled alcohol interlocks. It covers alcohol interlocks intended to be used in programmes for drink driving offenders as well as in programmes monitored or controlled in a comparable way. This European Standard is directed at test laboratories and manufacturers of alcohol interlocks. It defines requirements and test procedures for type testing. Several parameters (such as alcohol concentration or breath volume) are specified in this European Standard for the purpose of type testing according to this standard only. However, it may be necessary due to national regulations or depending on user requests to set the values of the prescribed parameters differently when the alcohol interlocks are in use. This European Standard also applies to alcohol interlocks integrated into other control systems of the vehicle as well as to accessory devices connected to the alcohol interlock.

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This Technical Specification is based on an all-hazards approach, with a specific focus on terrorism and other security related risks. Looking at the combination of threats, vulnerabilities and values to be protected, threats may be terrorist attacks with chemical, explosive and biological agents, or nuclear waste materials, or with conventional means on CBRN plants, causing a similar devastating effect on a potentially large scale. Major CBRN incidents may jeopardise critical infrastructure, while emergency services may have great difficulty performing their response tasks.
The scope excludes the vulnerability assessment of some specific systems that comply, at the European and Member State level, with existing sets of legal measures: network for drinking water distribution, food chain supply and cosmetics and pharmaceutical products production and distribution chains.
The objective of this Technical Specification is to strengthen common understanding and a common frame of reference for all organisations with an interest and involvement in CBRN. It does so by providing a number of considerations and tools that can be used in the development of a semi-quantitative conceptual framework for vulnerability assessment, awareness and management. The vulnerability assessment covers all members of the population at risk including the requirements of children, the elderly and those with disabilities.

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This European Standard describes the principles of a risk management approach to improve the integrity of the drinking water supply system. This European Standard addresses all entities and stakeholders sharing responsibility in the provision of safe drinking water throughout the entire supply chain from the source to the point of use.

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This part of ISO 3864 gives principles, criteria and guidance for the design of graphical symbols for use in safety signs as defined in ISO 3864-1 and for the safety sign element of product safety labels as defined in ISO 3864-2.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for evaluation of conformity of the following vehicle restraint systems:
a) safety barriers;
b) crash cushions;
c) terminals (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN);
d) transitions (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN);
e) vehicle / pedestrian parapets (only for the vehicle restraint function).
Pedestrian parapet requirements are not covered in this document. Requirements for the evaluation of durability with respect to weathering are included in this document.
Requirements for other forms of durability (e.g. marine environment, sand abrasion) are not included. Temporary barriers are not within the scope of this document.

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This European Prestandard specifies requirements for the performance of terminals and transitions. It defines performance classes and acceptance criteria for impact tests.

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