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 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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EN 16590-2 specifies the concept phase of the development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions. This part of EN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines. Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.

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This European Standard specifies requirements on the structure and semantics of food datasets and of interchange of food data for various applications. Food data refers to information on various food properties and includes various steps in the generation and publication of such data, e.g. sampling, analysis, food description, food property and value description. The standard regards food data as datasets covering: - identification, description and classification of foods including food ingredients, - qualitative and quantitative food properties that can be measured, calculated or estimated, - data quality values and other metadata, - specifications of methods used for obtaining these values, - references to sources for the information reported. This standard includes requirements on: semantics and data structure for food data, - content of referenced controlled vocabularies, - XML encoding for interchange of food data. This standard does not include: - food description methods, - quality assessment methods, - content of controlled vocabularies, for example controlled vocabularies for nutrients, - database implementation.

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This part of EN ISO 25119 specifies the concept phase of the development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It may also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of EN ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
-   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
-   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of EN ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
-   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
-   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS, and
-    SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
-   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
-   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems, and
-   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of ISO 25119 sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It may also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
•   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
•   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
•   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
•   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS,
•   SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
•   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
•   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems,
•   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of ISO 25119 provides general principles for the series development, hardware and software of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It may also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS, and
    SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems, and
   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of ISO 25119 provides general principles for the production, operation, modification and supporting processes of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS, and
SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems, and
   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of EN 16590 specifies the concept phase of the development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions.
This part of EN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).

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This part of FprEN 16590 provides general principles for the production, operation, modification and supporting processes of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions.
This part of FprEN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).

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EN 16590-3 provides general principles for the series development, hardware and software of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions. This part of EN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines. Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.

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This part of FprEN 16590 sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions.
This part of FprEN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of EN 16590 provides general principles for the production, operation, modification and supporting processes of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions.
This part of EN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).

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This part of EN 16590 sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions.
This part of EN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of EN 16590 provides general principles for the series development, hardware and software of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines). It specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety functions.
This part of EN 16590 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety functions, categories or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).

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