This European Standard specifies the general characteristics and assembly of personal fall protection systems. It gives examples for the specific types of personal fall protection systems and describes how components may be assembled into systems.

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This European Standard applies to belts and lanyards intended for the purpose of work positioning or restraint. It specifies the requirements, testing, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer.
This European Standard does not cover restraint lanyards with a fixed length which are not integrated into a belt.
NOTE   Restraint lanyards with a fixed length which are not integrated into a belt are covered in EN 354.

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This European Standard specifies the general characteristics and assembly of personal fall protection systems. It gives examples for the specific types of personal fall protection systems and describes how components may be assembled into systems.

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This document applies to belts and lanyards intended for the purpose of work positioning or restraint. It specifies the requirements, testing, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer.
This document does not cover restraint lanyards with a fixed length which are not integrated into a belt.
NOTE   Restraint lanyards with a fixed length which are not integrated into a belt are covered in EN 354.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for guided type fall arresters including a rigid anchor line. This anchor line is usually attached to or integrated in ladders or rungs adequately fixed to suitable structures. Guided type fall arresters including a rigid anchor line conforming to this European Standard are components of one of the fall arrest systems covered by EN 363.
This European Standard applies to rigid anchor lines which are intended to be installed vertically and/or with a combination of forward-leaning angle and/or sideways leaning angle between the true vertical and the vertical +15° (see Figure 2).
Multi-user applications, i.e. rigid anchor lines that allow more than one user to be attached at any one time, are not addressed in this document.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for guided type fall arresters including a rigid anchor line. This anchor line is usually attached to or integrated in ladders or rungs adequately fixed to suitable structures. Guided type fall arresters including a rigid anchor line conforming to this European Standard are components of one of the fall arrest systems covered by EN 363.
This European Standard applies to rigid anchor lines which are intended to be installed vertically and/or with a combination of forward-leaning angle and/or sideways leaning angle between the true vertical and the vertical +15° (see Figure 2).
Multi-user applications, i.e. rigid anchor lines that allow more than one user to be attached at any one time, are not addressed in this document.

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This draft European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue lifting devices. Rescue lifting devices conforming to this draft European Standard are used as components of rescue systems.
Rescue lifting devices in accordance with this draft European Standard may be combined with other components, e.g. descender devices for rescue (EN 341) or retractable type fall arresters (EN 360).

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue lifting devices. Rescue lifting devices conforming to this European Standard are used as components of rescue systems.
Rescue lifting devices in accordance with this European Standard may be combined with other components, e.g. descender devices for rescue (EN 341) or retractable type fall arresters (EN 360).

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This European Standard applies to safety nets and their accessories for use in construction and assembly work to protect from deeper fall. It specifies safety requirements and test methods and is based on the performance characteristics of polypropene and polyamide fibres. Materials used in nets should have no significant reduction in mechanical properties between –10 °C and +40 °C.
This European Standard is not applicable to the installation of safety nets. For a European Standard covering the installation of safety nets see EN 1263-2.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for the positioning of safety nets in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction manual and with the product specifications and for the testing of system S, system T, system U and system V safety nets in accordance with EN 1263-1.
Small safety nets of system S according to EN 1263-1 (less than 35 m2 and 5,0 m on the shortest side) are not dealt with in this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for the positioning of safety nets in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction manual and with the product specifications and for the testing of system S, system T, system U and system V safety nets in accordance with EN 1263 1.
Small safety nets of system S according to EN 1263 1 (less than 35 m2 and 5,0 m on the shortest side) are not dealt with in this European Standard.

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This European Standard applies to safety nets and their accessories for use in construction and assembly work to protect from deeper fall. It specifies safety requirements and test methods and is based on the performance characteristics of polypropene and polyamide fibres. Materials used in nets should have no significant reduction in mechanical properties between –10 °C and +40 °C.
This European Standard is not applicable to the installation of safety nets. For a European Standard covering the installation of safety nets, see EN 1263 2.

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This Technical Specification sets out recommendations for requirements, test apparatus, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for anchor devices intended for use by more than one user simultaneously. This Technical Specification is not applicable to:
- anchor devices intended to allow only one user to be attached at any one time, which are covered by EN 795:2012;
- anchor devices used in any sports or recreational activity;
- equipment designed to conform to EN 516 or EN 517;
- elements or parts of structures which were installed for use other than as anchor points or anchor devices, e.g. beams, girders;
- structural anchors.
NOTE Requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for anchor devices intended for use by a single user are covered by European Standard EN 795:2012.

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This Technical Specification sets out recommendations for requirements, test apparatus, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for anchor devices intended for use by more than one user simultaneously.
This Technical Specification is not applicable to:
-   anchor devices intended to allow only one user to be attached at any one time, which are covered by EN 795:2012;
-   anchor devices used in any sports or recreational activity;
-   equipment designed to conform to EN 516 or EN 517;
-   elements or parts of structures which were installed for use other than as anchor points or anchor devices, e.g. beams, girders;
-   structural anchors.
NOTE   Requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for anchor devices intended for use by a single user are covered by European Standard EN 795:2012.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for performance and associated test methods for single-user and multi-user anchor devices which can be removed from the structure. These anchor devices incorporate single or multiple, stationary or travelling anchor points designed for the attachment of components forming part of a personal fall protection system in accordance with EN 363. This European standard also gives requirements for marking and instructions for use, and guidance on installation.  This European Standard is not applicable to:
- anchor devices used in any sports or recreational activity;
- equipment designed to conform to EN 516 or EN 517;
- elements or parts of structures which were installed for use other than as anchor points or anchor devices, e.g. beams, girders;
- structural anchors.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for performance and associated test methods for single-user anchor devices which are intended to be removable from the structure. These anchor devices incorporate stationary or travelling (mobile) anchor points designed for the attachment of components of a personal fall protection system in accordance with EN 363.
This European Standard also gives requirements for marking and instructions for use, and guidance on installation.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   anchor devices intended to allow more than one user to be attached at any one time;
-   anchor devices used in any sports or recreational activity;
-   equipment designed to conform to EN 516 or EN 517;
-   elements or parts of structures which were installed for use other than as anchor points or anchor devices, e.g. beams, girders;
-   structural anchors (see 3.3).

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This part of ISO 22846 provides recommendations and guidance on the use of rope access methods for work at height and expands on the fundamental principles given in ISO 22846-1, in conjunction with which it is intended to be used. It is intended for use by employers, employees and self-employed persons who use rope access methods, by those commissioning rope access work and by rope access associations. This part of ISO 22846 is applicable to the use of rope access methods in any situation where ropes are used as the primary means of access, egress or support and as the primary means of protection against a fall, on both man-made and natural features. This part of ISO 22846 is not intended to apply to the use of rope access methods for leisure activities, arboriculture, general steeplejack methods, emergency personal evacuation or to the use of rope rescue (line rescue) techniques by emergency services for rescue work or for rescue training. Nevertheless, individuals engaged in these and similar activities can benefit from the advice given in this part of ISO 22846.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer for descender devices, including descent lines intended solely for rescue, to be used in conjunction with other equipment, e. g. full body harnesses (EN 361), rescue harnesses (EN 1497). This European Standard does not specify requirements for descender devices that are used for purposes other than rescue, e.g. mountaineering, rope access and work positioning systems. Descender devices may be designed for the use of one or two persons simultaneously.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for lanyards. Lanyards conforming to this European Standard are used as connecting elements or components in personal fall protection systems (i.e. restraint systems, work positioning systems, rope access systems, fall arrest systems and rescue systems).

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for lanyards. Lanyards conforming to this European Standard are used as connecting elements or components in personal fall protection systems (i.e. restraint systems, work positioning systems, rope access systems, fall arrest systems and rescue systems).

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This International Standard specifies the requirements for performance, sizing, marking and test methods for deck safety harnesses and safety lines. It is applicable to harnesses and lines in the following sizes of body mass a) size 1 > 50 kg1) b) size 2 > 20 kg > 50 kg1) c) size 3 > 20 kg1) which are intended to be worn by all persons when in the exposed cockpit or on the working deck of a vessel afloat. It is not applicable to dinghy "trapeze" harnesses, windsurfing harnesses, seat harnesses for fast motor boats and harnesses intended to protect against fall from a height.

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This International Standard specifies requirements and test methods for quick release devices as a component of the small sailing-craft trapeze system worn whilst afloat. The quick release device is intended to quickly release the wearer from entrapment and minimize the risk of drowning in the event of a failure to release from the sailing-craft trapeze system by other means. The quick release device is intended to be easily accessible and operated in all conditions that might occur whilst in use, including when a craft is capsized or inverted.

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ISO 10862:2009 specifies requirements and test methods for quick release devices as a component of the small sailing-craft trapeze system worn whilst afloat. The quick release device is intended to quickly release the wearer from entrapment and minimize the risk of drowning in the event of a failure to release from the sailing-craft trapeze system by other means.
The quick release device is intended to be easily accessible and operated in all conditions that might occur whilst in use, including when a craft is capsized or inverted.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, testing, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer for sit harnesses to be used in restraint, work positioning and rope access systems, where a low point of attachment is required. Sit harnesses are not suitable to be used for fall arrest purposes.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, testing, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer for sit harnesses to be used in restraint, work positioning and rope access systems, where a low point of attachment is required. Sit harnesses are not suitable to be used for fall arrest purposes.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue harnesses. Rescue harnesses conforming to this European Standard are used as components of rescue systems, which are personal fall protection systems.
Rescue harnesses are not intended to be used as body holding devices in fall arrest systems.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue harnesses. Rescue harnesses conforming to this European Standard are used as components of rescue systems, which are personal fall protection systems.
Rescue harnesses are not intended to be used as body holding devices in fall arrest systems.

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ISO 22159:2007 specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer for descending devices. It also specifies some basic requirements for the descent lines to be used with the descending devices. ISO 22159:2007 is applicable to automatic and manually operated descending devices intended for use in the workplace in access, egress, work positioning and rescue systems. Various types and classes of descending devices are defined according to function and performance. These descending devices can be used in situations other than the workplace if adequate training and/or supervision are provided. ISO 22159:2007 is not intended to apply to descending devices used in leisure activities such as recreational climbing and caving, although its requirements can be useful in specifying such equipment.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue loops. Rescue loops conforming to this European Standard are used as components of rescue systems.

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This European Standard applies to rope adjustment devices intended for use in rope access systems. It specifies the requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer. Rope adjustment devices conforming to this European Standard may be designed for the use of one person, or in case of rescue, for two persons simultaneously. The rope adjustment devices as specified are not suitable for use in a fall arrest system.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for rescue loops. Rescue loops conforming to this European Standard are used as components of rescue systems.

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This European Standard applies to rope adjustment devices intended for use in rope access systems. It specifies the requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer. Rope adjustment devices conforming to this European Standard may be designed for the use of one person, or in case of rescue, for two persons simultaneously. The rope adjustment devices as specified are not suitable for use in a fall arrest system.

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This standard specifies a method of measuring the resistance to cut-through of an insulated conductor or jacket. This test is limited to cables smaller than code 140 (gauge size 6) and insulations with a thickness of 0,38 mm or less.
It shall be used together with EN 3475-100.

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ISO 16024:2005 specifies design and performance requirements, test methods, user instructions, marking and labelling as appropriate, of flexible horizontal lifeline systems for use at any one time by up to three persons, exclusively for the attachment of personal protective equipment for protection against falls from a height. It does not stipulate designs for flexible horizontal lifelines, except for design limitations that are necessary for safe and durable service. ISO 16024:2005 does not cover rigid rail systems, nor is it intended to cover flexible guardrails, hand lines and work-positioning anchor lines.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer for connectors. Connectors conforming to this European Standard are used as connecting elements in personal fall protection systems, i.e. fall arrest, work positioning, rope access, restraint and rescue systems.

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This document specifies the minimum general requirements for instructions for use, maintenance, periodic examination, repair, marking and packaging of PPE, which includes body holding devices, and other equipment used in conjunction with a body holding device, to prevent falls, for access, egress and work positioning, to arrest falls and for rescue.
This document is not intended to cover:
1)   specific requirements that are only relevant to the particular PPE or other equipment for protection against falls from a height and its use, which should be specified in the relevant document;
2)   PPE or other equipment for protection against falls from a height used in any sports or recreational activity.

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This standard applies to lifebuoys used on watercraft in sea and inland navigation, on floating bodies, floating equipment, marine equipment and shore equipment in the vicinity of bodies of water.
The standard specifies the main dimensions, design, safety requirements and testing of lifebuoys.

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This International Standard specifies the design as well as the construction and strength requirements for safety
devices and arrangements intended to minimize the risk of falling overboard, and requirements to facilitate
reboarding.
It describes means which can be used individually or combined to achieve these objectives, and applies to small
craft of up to 24 m length of hull.
This International Standard is not applicable to the following boat types:
 aquatic toys;
 canoes, kayaks, or other boats with a beam less than 1,1 m;
 personal watercraft, covered by ISO 13590;
 inflatable boats with a hull length of less than 8 m, covered by ISO 6185.

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ISO 10333-6:2004 specifies tests and requirements for complete personal fall arrest systems (PFAS) made up from specific combinations of components and subsystems selected from those conforming to the other parts of ISO 10333 and to ISO 14567, where it is both important and desirable to ascertain satisfactory system performance and interactive component compatibility. It includes PFAS performance tests using a rigid torso test mass as a surrogate for the faller. Examples of personal fall arrest systems, as well as descriptions of how components or subsystems may be connected together to constitute a system, are also given.

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ISO 22846-1:2003 gives the fundamental principles for the use of rope access methods for work at height. It is intended for use by employers, employees and self-employed persons who use rope-access methods, by those commissioning rope-access work and by rope-access associations. ISO 22846-1 is applicable to the use of rope-access methods on buildings, other structures (on- or offshore) or natural features (such as cliff faces), during which ropes are suspended from or connected to a structure or natural feature. It is applicable to situations where ropes are used as the primary means of access, egress or support and as the primary means of protection against a fall. ISO 22846-1 is not intended to apply to the use of rope-access methods for leisure activities, arboriculture, general steeplejack methods or emergency personal-evacuation systems, or to the use of rope-access (line rescue) techniques by the fire brigade and other emergency services for rescue work or for rescue training.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for retractable type fall arresters. Retractable type fall arresters conforming to this European Standard are sub-systems constituting one of the fall arrest systems covered by prEN 363, when combined with a full body harness specified in EN 361. Other types of fall arresters are specified in EN 353-1 and EN 353-2. Energy absorbers are specified in prEN 355.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for guided type fall arresters including a flexible anchor line which can be secured to an upper anchor point. Guided type fall arresters including a flexible anchor line conforming to this European Standard are sub-systems constituting a part of one of the fall arrest systems covered by prEN 363. Other types of fall arresters are specified in EN 353-1 or EN 360. Energy absorbers are specified in prEN 355.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for full body harnesses. Other types of body support, specified in other European Standards, e. g. EN 358, EN 813 or EN 1497, may be incorporated into the full body harness. Fall arrest systems are specified in prEN 363.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer and packaging for energy absorbers. Energy absorbers conforming to this European Standard are used as elements or components either integrated in a lanyard, an anchor line or a full body harness or in combination with one of them.
Combinations of an energy absorber and a lanyard are sub-systems constituting one of the fall arrest systems covered by prEN 363, when combined with a full body harness specified in EN 361.
Fall arresters are specified in EN 353-1, EN 353-2 and EN 360.

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This European Standard is applicable to personal protective equipment against falls from a height. This European Standardspecifies a list of terms used to define personal protective equipment against falls from a height. The terms are listed in the alphabetical order in the three offical languages of CEN, English, French and German. The terms or explanations given in parentheses are added exclusively for better understanding.

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This part of ISO 10333 specifies requirements, test methods, instructions for use and maintenance, marking, labelling and packaging, as appropriate, for vertical rails and vertical lifelines which incorporate a sliding-type fall arrester. When connected to a full-body harness as specified in ISO 10333-1, vertical rails and vertical lifelines which incorporate a sliding-type fall arrester constitute a personal fall-arrest system (PFAS), which will be specified in a future International Standard. Vertical rails and vertical lifelines which incorporate a sliding-type fall arrester in accordance with this part of ISO 10333 are limited to use by a single person of total mass not exceeding 100 kg. NOTE 1 Users of PFAS whose total mass (which includes attached tools and equipment) exceeds 100 kg are advised to seek advice from the equipment manufacturers regarding the suitability of the equipment, which may need additional testing. NOTE 2 PFAS using vertical rails and permanent vertical lifelines inherently limit the user's horizontal movement, whereas PFAS using a temporary vertical lifeline permit significant horizontal movement by the user. Special notice should be given to the requirements which accommodate this difference. The scope of this part of ISO 10333 does not extend to: inclined rails and lifelines, i.e. those which are installed at an angle between the true vertical and the lifeline or rail of more than 15° when viewed from the side elevation; the horizontally installed elements of compound rails or lifelines, i.e. those which have both vertically and horizontally installed elements linked by junctions. This part of ISO 10333 does not specify those additional requirements that would apply when PFAS are subjected to special conditions of use (where, for example, there exist unusual limitations concerning access to the place of work and/or particular environmental factors). Thus treatments to ensure the durability of the materials of construction (such as heat treatment, anti-corrosion treatment, protection against physical and chemical hazards) are not specified in this part of ISO 10333, but should comply with appropriate International Standards or, failing that, with national standards or other specifications dealing with relevant physical characteristics and/or the safety of users.

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This part of ISO 10333 specifies requirements, test methods, instructions for use and maintenance, marking, labelling and packaging, as appropriate, for connectors with self-closing and self-locking gates made from metallic materials. Connectors are used in personal fall-arrest systems (PFAS), which will be specified in a future International Standard (see ISO 10333-6 in the Bibliography), such that, if an arrest takes place, the arresting force will not exceed 6kN.. This part of ISO 10333 is applicable only to connectors limited to single person use of a total mass not exceeding 100kg. . NOTE Users of fall protection equipment whose total mass (including tools and equipment) exceeds 100 kg are advised to seek advice from the equipment manufacturer regarding the suitability of this equipment, which may need additional testing. The scope of this part of ISO 10333 does not extend to: a) attachment elements, fastening buckles, adjusting buckles and other metallic fittings used in the manufacture of full-body harnesses, which are specified in ISO 10333-6; b) connectors used for material-lifting purposes; c) connectors used in special techniques or situations, e.g. rescue, or rope access. This part of ISO 10333 does not specify those additional requirements that would apply when connectors are subjected to special conditions of use (where, for example, there exist unusual limitations concerning access to the place of work and/or particular environmental factors). Thus, treatments to ensure the durability of the materials of construction (such as heat treatment, anti-corrosion treatment, protection against physical and chemical hazards) are not specified in this part of ISO 10333, but should comply with appropriate International Standards or, failing that, with national standards and other specifications dealing with relevant physical characteristics and/or the safety of users. In particular, when it is considered necessary to test the corrosion resistance of metallic parts of the equipment, reference should be made to ISO 9227.

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