This document specifies the requirements and test methods for temporary edge protection systems for
use during construction or maintenance of buildings and other structures.
This document applies to edge protection systems for flat and inclined surfaces and specifies the
requirements for three classes of temporary edge protection.
For edge protection systems with an arrest function (e.g. falling or sliding down a sloping roof) this
standard specifies requirements for energy absorption.
This standard includes edge protection systems, some of which are fixed to the structure and others,
which rely on gravity and friction on flat surfaces.
This standard does not provide requirements for edge protection systems intended for:
— protection against impact from vehicles or from other mobile equipment,
— protection from sliding down of bulk loose materials, snow etc,
— protection of areas accessible to the public.
This standard does not apply to side protection on scaffolds according to EN 12811-1 and EN 1004.
NOTE This does not prevent these systems to be used on temporary structures.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for temporary edge protection systems for use during construction or maintenance of buildings and other structures.
This document applies to edge protection systems for flat and inclined surfaces and specifies the requirements for three classes of temporary edge protection.
For edge protection systems with an arrest function (e.g. falling or sliding down a sloping roof) this standard specifies requirements for energy absorption.
This standard includes edge protection systems, some of which are fixed to the structure and others, which rely on gravity and friction on flat surfaces.
This standard does not provide requirements for edge protection systems intended for:
- protection against impact from vehicles or from other mobile equipment,
- protection from sliding down of bulk loose materials, snow etc,
- protection of areas accessible to the public.
This standard does not apply to side protection on scaffolds according to EN 12811-1 and EN 1004.
NOTE This does not prevent these systems to be used on temporary structures.

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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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ISO 21924-3:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for trunk protectors used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines. It also applies to breast protectors for men. For general requirements and test methods for protective equipment for martial arts, see ISO 21924‑1.

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ISO 21924-6:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for breast protectors for females used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines

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ISO 21924-5:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for genital protectors and abdominal protectors used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for avalanche airbag systems to reduce the risk of being buried by a snow avalanche.
This European Standard does not consider personal protection against impact or cold temperature.

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This International Standard is applicable to disposable and reusable, as well as woven and non-woven
materials used as surgical drapes and other patient-protective covers which claim to be laser-resistant.
The purpose of this International Standard is to provide a standardized method for testing and
classifying surgical drapes and other patient-protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards.
An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of this International Standard to
serve as a general fire safety specification, and as such, this International Standard does not cover other
sources of ignition.
All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular
reflectance can be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in this International Standard.
The test procedure can be used to assess the laser induced flammability properties of non-laserresistant
items
NOTE Users of products tested by this method are cautioned that the laser resistance of a surgical drape
and/or patient-protective cover will be wavelength sensitive and that a surgical drape and/or patient-protective
cover are better tested at the wavelength for which it is intended to be used. If tested using other wavelengths, it
is necessary to explicitly state the power settings and modes of delivery.

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ISO 11810:2015 is applicable to disposable and reusable, as well as woven and non-woven materials used as surgical drapes and other patient-protective covers which claim to be laser-resistant. The purpose of this International Standard is to provide a standardized method for testing and classifying surgical drapes and other patient-protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards. An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of this International Standard to serve as a general fire safety specification, and as such, this International Standard does not cover other sources of ignition.
All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular reflectance can be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in this International Standard.
The test procedure can be used to assess the laser induced flammability properties of non-laser-resistant items
NOTE Users of products tested by this method are cautioned that the laser resistance of a surgical drape and/or patient-protective cover will be wavelength sensitive and that a surgical drape and/or patient-protective cover are better tested at the wavelength for which it is intended to be used. If tested using other wavelengths, it is necessary to explicitly state the power settings and modes of delivery.

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ISO 11810:2015 is applicable to disposable and reusable, as well as woven and non-woven materials used as surgical drapes and other patient-protective covers which claim to be laser-resistant. The purpose of this International Standard is to provide a standardized method for testing and classifying surgical drapes and other patient-protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards. An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of this International Standard to serve as a general fire safety specification, and as such, this International Standard does not cover other sources of ignition. All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular reflectance can be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in this International Standard. The test procedure can be used to assess the laser induced flammability properties of non-laser-resistant items NOTE Users of products tested by this method are cautioned that the laser resistance of a surgical drape and/or patient-protective cover will be wavelength sensitive and that a surgical drape and/or patient-protective cover are better tested at the wavelength for which it is intended to be used. If tested using other wavelengths, it is necessary to explicitly state the power settings and modes of delivery.

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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 Standard specifies safety requirements for transparent welding curtains, strips and screens to be used for shielding of work places from their surroundings where arc welding processes are used. They are designed to protect people who are not involved in the welding process from hazardous radiant emissions from welding arcs and spatter. Welding curtains, strips and screens specified in this standard are not intended to replace welding filters. For intentional viewing of welding arcs other means of protection shall be used. The present standard is not applicable for welding processes where laser radiation is used.

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ISO 25980:2014 specifies safety requirements for transparent welding curtains, strips, and screens to be used for shielding of work places from their surroundings where arc welding processes are used. They are designed to protect people who are not involved in the welding process from hazardous radiant emissions from welding arcs and spatter.
Welding curtains, strips, and screens it specifies are not intended to replace welding filters. For intentional viewing of welding arcs other means of protection are used.
It is not applicable for welding processes where laser radiation is used.
NOTE Darker welding curtains or screens are advisable for mutual separation of adjacent work places for reasons of comfort.

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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 European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer for descender devices, which include descent lines (hereinafter referred to as lines), intended for rescue and to protect against falls in a rescue system, which is a personal fall protection system. This European Standard does not specify requirements for descender devices that are used for descending in mountaineering, rope access or work positioning systems.
NOTE   A descender device which enables the user to rescue himself and which conforms to this European Standard is personal protective equipment (PPE).

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ISO 12401:2009 specifies the requirements for performance, sizing, marking and test methods for deck safety harnesses and safety lines on recreational craft.
It is applicable to harnesses and lines in the following sizes of body mass (multisizing is permitted):
size 1: > 50 kg ;
size 2: > 20 kg ≤ 50 kg;
size 3: ≤ 20 kg;
which are intended to be worn by all persons when in the exposed cockpit or on the working deck of a craft afloat.
It is not applicable to dinghy 'trapeze' harnesses, windsurfing harnesses, seat harnesses for fast motor boats, and harnesses intended to protect against falls from a height.

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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 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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ISO 13999-2:2003 specifies requirements for the design, cut resistance, penetration resistance, and ergonomic characteristics of cut resistant gloves, arm guards and protective sleeves made of materials other than chain mail and rigid metal and plastics. They provide less cut and stab protection than the products specified in ISO 13999-1:2003 and are intended to be used only in work where the knife is not finely pointed or it is used only to cut away from the hand and arm.

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This part of ISO 13999 specifies an impact cut test for use on fabric, leather and other materials used in protective clothing materials, gloves and arm guards. This test assesses the resistance of the test specimen to cutting by a sharp, straight knife-edge after the point of the test knife has perforated the test specimen. The length of the cut produced by the particular impact energy is proportional to the depth of penetration of the knife, which is easily measured. This test method provides information about the resistance of the product to stabbing cuts, slashing cuts, shearing cuts and impact cuts by acute edged objects that are not necessarily sharp. Abrasion by coarse sharp abraders such as road surfaces, concrete building blocks, or rough metal castings, is the superimposition of numerous small cuts. The results from this test give a good prediction of the resistance of products to these types of harsh abrasion. This test does not provide information about the resistance of the product to penetration by thorns or needles. Annex A of this part of ISO 13999 gives recommendations for the specification of impact cut tests on materials and products such as gloves and arm guards and gives the list of information which should be specified in the product standard in order to be able to apply this test.

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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 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 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 part of ISO 13999 specifies requirements for the design, penetration resistance, ergonomic characteristics, straps, weight, material, marking and instructions for use, of gloves and arm guards. It also specifies the appropriate test methods. This part of ISO 13999 applies to protective chain-mail gloves and to metal and plastics arm guards for use with hand knives.

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This European Standard applies to low stretch textile ropes of kernmantel construction from 8,5 mm to 16 mm diameter, for use by persons in rope access including all kinds of work positioning and restraint; for rescue and in speleology. Two types of low stretch kernmantel rope are defined: A and B. The European Standard specifies requirements, testing, marking and information to be supplied by the manufacturer including instructions for use of such low stretch kernmantel ropes.  NOTE 1: It is possible that rope not conforming to this European Standard may also be suitable for the activities described above.  NOTE 2: Ropes used for protection during any free climbing activity in rope access, rescue or speleology should take account of other standards, e.g. EN 892. Dynamic mountaineering rope may also be used for protection during rope access and work positioning.

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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 European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for temporary edge protection systems for use during construction or maintenance of buildings and other structures.
This standard applies to edge protection systems for flat and inclined surfaces and specifies the requirements for three classes of temporary edge protection.
For edge protection systems with an arrest function (e.g. falling or sliding down a sloping roof) this standard specifies requirements for energy absorption.
This standard includes edge protection systems, some of which are fixed to the structure and others, which rely on gravity and friction on flat surfaces.
This standard does not provide requirements for edge protection systems intended for:
- protection against impact from vehicles or from other mobile equipment,
- protection from sliding down of bulk loose materials, snow etc,
- protection of areas accessible to the public.
This standard does not apply to side protection on scaffolds according to EN 12811-1 and EN 1004.
NOTE   This does not prevent these systems to be used on temporary structures, or enhance the protection provided on scaffolds defined under EN 12811-1 or EN 1004. If this is intended, additional testing will be carried out.

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The standard is applicable for avalanche airbag systems with the purpose to keep the user on top of the snow in case of an avalanche accident. It gives safety requirements and test methods.

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The standard is applicable for avalanche airbag systems with the purpose to keep the user on top of the snow in case of an avalanche accident. It gives safety requirements and test methods.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, marking, information supplied by the manufacturer for retractable type fall arresters. Retractable type fall arresters conforming to this European Standard are components of one of the fall arrest systems covered by EN 363.
This European Standard applies to retractable type fall arresters with a single retractable lanyard. Retractable type fall arresters or assemblies with more than one retractable lanyard are not covered by this European Standard.

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The European Standard specifies the requirements, test methods, information supplied by the manufacturer and marking for guided type fall arresters including a rigid anchorage line usually attached to or integrated in climbing ladders or climbing iron tracks adequately adjusted to suitable structures.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for temporary edge protection systems for use during construction or maintenance of buildings and other structures.
This standard applies to edge protection systems for flat and inclined surfaces and specifies the requirements for three classes of temporary edge protection.
For edge protection systems with an arrest function (e.g. falling or sliding down a sloping roof) this standard specifies requirements for energy absorption.
This standard includes edge protection systems, some of which are fixed to the structure and others, which rely on gravity and friction on flat surfaces.
This standard does not provide requirements for edge protection systems intended for:
- protection against impact from vehicles or from other mobile equipment,
- protection from sliding down of bulk loose materials, snow etc,
- protection of areas accessible to the public.
This standard does not apply to side protection on scaffolds according to EN 12811-1 and EN 1004.
NOTE   This does not prevent these systems to be used on temporary structures, or enhance the protection provided on scaffolds defined under EN 12811-1 or EN 1004. If this is intended, additional testing will be carried out.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for temporary edge protection systems for use during construction or maintenance of buildings and other structures. This standard applies to edge protection systems for flat and inclined surfaces and specifies the requirements for three classes of temporary edge protection. For edge protection systems with an arrest function (e.g. falling or sliding down a sloping roof) this standard specifies requirements for energy absorption. This standard includes edge protection systems, some of which are fixed to the structure and others, which rely on gravity and friction on flat surfaces. This standard does not provide requirements for edge protection systems intended for:
- protection against impact from vehicles or from other mobile equipment,
- protection from sliding down of bulk loose materials, snow etc,
- protection of areas accessible to the public.
This standard does not apply to side protection on scaffolds according to EN 12811-1 and EN 1004.
NOTE This does not prevent these systems to be used on temporary structures.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for temporary edge protection systems for use during construction or maintenance of buildings and other structures.
This standard applies to edge protection systems for flat and inclined surfaces and specifies the requirements for three classes of temporary edge protection.
For edge protection systems with an arrest function (e.g. falling or sliding down a sloping roof) this standard specifies requirements for energy absorption.
This standard includes edge protection systems, some of which are fixed to the structure and others, which rely on gravity and friction on flat surfaces.
This standard does not provide requirements for edge protection systems intended for:
- protection against impact from vehicles or from other mobile equipment,
- protection from sliding down of bulk loose materials, snow etc,
- protection of areas accessible to the public.
This standard does not apply to side protection on scaffolds according to EN 12811-1 and EN 1004.
NOTE   This does not prevent these systems to be used on temporary structures, or enhance the protection provided on scaffolds defined under EN 12811-1 or EN 1004. If this is intended, additional testing will be carried out.

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This European Standard applies to belts and lanyards intended for the purpose ofwork positioning or restraint. It specifies the requirements, testing, marking and information supplied bu-y the manufacturer.

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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 part of ISO 11810 is applicable to disposable and re-usable, as well as woven and non-woven materials used as surgical drapes and/or patient protective covers which claim to be laser-resistant. The purpose of this part of ISO 11810 is to provide a standardized method for testing and classifying surgical drapes and/or patient protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards. An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of this part of ISO 11810 to serve as a general fire safety specification. This part of ISO 11810 is limited to testing the secondary ignition of materials that are rated ?1 or ?2 from ISO 11810-1. All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular reflection may be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in this part of ISO 11810. The results of this part of ISO 11810 are not to be applied to other wavelengths and temporal formats. The 20 W CO2 laser (continuous wave) has been selected as the laser to be used for this part of ISO 11810.

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This part of ISO 11810 is applicable to disposable and reusable, as well as woven and non-woven materials used as surgical drapes and other patient protective covers which claim to be laser-resistant. The purpose of this part of ISO 11810 is to provide a standardized method for testing and classifying surgical drapes and other patient protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards. An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of this part of ISO 11810 to serve as a general fire safety specification, and as such, this part of ISO 11810 does not cover other sources of ignition. It also does not cover the issue of laser-induced secondary ignition. All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular reflectance may be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in this part of ISO 11810.

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ISO 11810-1:2005 is applicable to disposable and reusable, as well as woven and non-woven materials used as surgical drapes and other patient protective covers which claim to be laser resistant.
The purpose of ISO 11810-1:2005 is to provide a standardized method for testing and classifying surgical drapes and other patient protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards. An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of ISO 11810-1:2005 to serve as a general fire safety specification, and as such, this standard does not cover other sources of ignition. It also does not cover the issue of laser-induced secondary ignition.
All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular reflectance may be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in ISO 11810-1:2005.

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ISO 11810-2:2007 is applicable to disposable and re-usable, as well as woven and non-woven materials used as surgical drapes and/or patient protective covers which claim to be laser-resistant.
The purpose of ISO 11810-2:2007 is to provide a standardized method for testing and classifying surgical drapes and/or patient protective covers with respect to laser-induced hazards. An appropriate classification system is given. It is not the purpose of ISO 11810-2:2007 to serve as a general fire safety specification. ISO 11810-2:2007 is limited to testing the secondary ignition of materials that are rated I1 or I2 from ISO 11810-1.
All materials reflect portions of the beam and it is necessary for the user to decide whether specular reflection may be a hazard. This measurement, however, is not covered in ISO 11810-2:2007.

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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 is applicable to safety nets and their accessories for use in construction, scaffolding, falsework and assembly work and specifies safety requirements and test methods. This product standard does is not applicable to the installation of safety nets. For a European Standard covering the installation of safety nets see prEN 1263-2:1995.

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This standard specifies safety requirements for transparent welding curtains, strips and screens to be used for shielding of work places from their surroundings where arc welding processes are used. They are designed to protect people from hazardous radiant emissions from welding arcs and spatter. Welding curtains, strips and screens specified in this standard are not intended to replace welding filters. Appropriate welding filters for intentional viewing of welding arcs from a distance of less than 2 m are specified in EN 169. The present standard is not applicable for welding processes where laser radiation is used.
Darker curtains or screens can be used for mutual separation of adjacent work places for reasons of comfort.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for transparent welding curtains, strips and screens to be used for shielding of work places from their surroundings where arc welding processes are used. They are designed to protect people who are not involved in the welding process from hazardous radiant emissions from welding arcs and spatter.
Welding curtains, strips and screens specified in this standard are not intended to replace welding filters. For intentional viewing of welding arcs other means of protection shall be used.
The present standard is not applicable for welding processes where laser radiation is used.
NOTE   Darker welding curtains or screens should be used for mutual separation of adjacent work places for reasons of comfort.

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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 usually attached to or integrated in fixed ladders or rungs adequately adjusted to suitable structures. Guided type fall arresters including a rigid anchor line 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 including a front attachment point located appropriately in relation to the fall arrester. Other types of fall arresters are specified in EN 353-2 or in EN 360. Energy absorbers are specified in EN 355.

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