This document establishes the arrangement, requirements and direction of movement of the basic controls for travelling, traversing, slewing, cab movement and load hoisting and lowering operations for all cab-operated, overhead travelling cranes and portal bridge cranes, as defined in ISOÂ 4306-1 and ISOÂ 4306-5.

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This document specifies information to be provided by: a) a purchaser in enquiring about or ordering an overhead travelling crane or portal bridge crane; b) a manufacturer in tendering for or supplying an overhead travelling crane or portal bridge crane.

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This document specifies the tests for verifying the stability of reach trucks (with retractable mast or fork arm carriage) and straddle trucks, equipped with tilting or non-tilting masts or fork arms and having a rated capacity up to and including 5Â 000Â kg. It is also applicable to such trucks operating under the same conditions when equipped with load-handling attachments.

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This document gives guidance for the safe use of high-performance fibre ropes (HPFR) in crane applications. This document also covers winch applications. The mention of crane applications implicitly includes winch applications. This document covers performance criteria and the necessary evaluation to enable selection of HPFR as well as best practice guidelines on procedures, testing and maintenance to safely operate HPFR in crane applications including provisions for assembly/disassembly. The performance criteria are related to tasks performed when using cranes as intended, including assembly/disassembly, operation and required checks and maintenance. This document does not deal with so-called hybrid ropes which are a combination of steel wire and high-performance fibres, where the load bearing capability is shared between steel wires and the high-performance fibre. This document does not deal with HPFR used for high risk applications (e.g. transport of hot molten metal).

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This document specifies load actions to be used together with the standards EN 13001 1 and EN 13001 3, and as such they specify conditions and requirements on design to prevent mechanical hazards of cranes, and provides a method of verification of those requirements.
NOTE   Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during normal use and foreseeable misuse. Clause 4 of this document is necessary to reduce or eliminate the risks associated with the following hazards:
a)   instability of the crane or its parts (tilting);
b)   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
c)   elastic instability of the crane or its parts (buckling, bulging);
d)   exceeding temperature limits of material or components;
e)   exceeding the deformation limits.
This document is not applicable to cranes that are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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This document specifies the safety requirements for slewing and non-slewing rough-terrain variable-reach trucks defined by ISO 5053-1 (hereafter referred to as trucks) and their integrated interchangeable work platforms having front guards that can be opened for particular operations at height (hereafter referred to as work platform).
Controls can be also provided under specific circumstances at the operating position in the enclosed cab of the truck.
This document deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the combination when it is used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable. The significant hazards covered by this document are listed in Annex A.
This document does not address hazards which may occur:
a)   when using non-integrated work platforms or other attachments not designed for lifting persons;
b)   when handling suspended work platforms which may swing freely;
c)   when operating underground or in potentially explosive atmospheres.
This document does not cover trucks equipped with work platforms intended for leaving and re-entering at height.

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This document provides a list of standards, referenced in ISO 20474-1 and EN 474-1, that include requirements for information to be included in the operator’s manual. This list of standards is being provided as guidance in creating operator’s manuals.

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This document provides the classification of tower cranes for construction work as defined in ISO 4306‑3, and gives specific requirements for steel supporting structure, mechanisms, ropes and further components basing on standard service conditions, mainly expressed by the following: —   the number of working cycles; —   the load spectrum factor; —   the average displacements; and —   additional values for factors to be used at the structural or mechanical calculation. Tower cranes for construction work are exclusively equipped with a hook as load-handling device. For tower cranes intended to be used for other purposes and/or equipped with other load handling devices, other values according to the specified usage of the tower crane may result.

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This document specifies the particular materials, manufacturing and testing requirements for stranded ropes for suspension, compensating and governor duties for traction drive and hydraulic lifts moving between guides and similar applications.
The particular hazards covered by this Part are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not establish requirements for information for use other than those given in Clause 7 of Part 1. Neither does it cover the requirements for ropes fitted with terminations.
Minimum breaking force values for the more common classes, sizes and grades of rope are provided in Tables 6 to 10.

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This document applies to light offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals and structures.
NOTE   The supporting pedestal and structures such as columns and boom rests are covered by this standard to the extent where their main purpose is to support the crane.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, whose structures are made of steel.
The following characteristics distinguish light offshore cranes from other types of offshore cranes:
-   maximum rated capacity 20 tonnes, maximum load moment 300 tm;
-   limitation for off-board lifting operation Hs = 2,0 m and wind speed 15 m/s (3s gust);
-   maximum number of working cycles class U3 (C ≤ 125.000) according to EN 13001-1.
This document gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to light offshore cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the risk assessment (see Clause 4).
This document is not applicable for:
a)   transportation, assembly, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   non- fixed load lifting attachments, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures below −20 °C;
d)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures above 45 °C;
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads due to collisions or earthquakes;
g)   emergency personnel rescue operations (except training);
h)   subsea lifting operations;
i)   general purpose offshore cranes, floating cranes and motion compensated cranes.
This document is applicable for the lifting of personnel.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this document.

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This document applies to all types of Storage and Retrieval (S/R) machines, restricted to the rails on which they travel within and outside the aisles for the storage and retrieval of unit loads and/or long goods such as bar materials and/or for order picking or similar duties. These machines shall embody lifting means along a mast and may include lateral handling facilities. Also included is the transfer equipment used to change between aisles. Control of machines may range from manual to fully automatic.
S/R-machine-related satellite vehicles according to definition 3.20 are included as a load-handling-device (LHD).
References in this standard to racking, buildings and systems only apply where it is necessary to assess the hazards and risks at their interfaces with S/R machines.
This document deals with all significant hazards relevant to rail dependent storage and retrieval equipment, when they are used under the conditions intended by the manufacturer including reasonably foreseeable misuse (see Annex F "List of significant hazards")).
This document applies to machines and equipment that are manufactured after the date of issue of this document.
Illustrations of examples of machines and transfer equipment to which this standard applies are shown in Annex A.
Safety requirements and/or measures in this standard apply to equipment used under indoor conditions. However, additional risk assessments and safety measures need to be considered for uses in severe conditions, e.g. extremely high temperatures, loads, the nature of which could lead to a dangerous situation (e.g. especially brittle loads, explosives), earthquake effects and also contact with foodstuff.
This document also deals with the technical requirements for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

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This document specifies general requirements for limiting and indicating devices for cranes that are applicable to loads and motions, performance and environment. These devices restrict operation and/or provide the operator or other persons with operational information. The specific requirements for the various types of crane are given in the other parts of the ISO 10245 series.

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This document specifies the requirements and test procedures for 360° visibility of stand-on counterbalance trucks with a capacity up to and including 10 000 kg in accordance with ISO 5053 1 (herein after referred to as trucks) without a load and it is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 16842-1.
Where specific requirements in this document are modified from the general requirements in EN 16842 1, the requirements of this document are truck-specific and are to be used for stand-on counterbalance trucks with a capacity up to, and including, 10 000 kg.
This part of EN 16842 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events, relevant to the visibility of the operator for applicable machines when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.

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This document specifies the requirements and test procedures for 360° visibility of sit on self-propelled industrial variable-reach trucks (herein after referred to as trucks) without a load, with a capacity greater than 10 000 kg in accordance with ISO 5053-1 and it is intended be used in conjunction with EN 16842 1.
Where specific requirements in this part are modified from the general requirements in EN 16842 1, the requirements of this part are truck specific and to be used for sit-on self-propelled industrial variable-reach trucks with a capacity greater than 10 000 kg.
This part of EN 16842 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events, relevant to the visibility of the operator for applicable machines when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This document does not deal with rough-terrain variable-reach trucks (see EN 15830).

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The Standard is to specify the safety requirements applicable to truck mixers. A truck mixer as defined by this standard is used for the transportation and mixing of concrete, mortars and mineral building materials. The safety requirements will cover the superstructure (mixer equipment) and its interface with the truck chassis but not cover the truck itself and the elements required for the basic transport function of the truck. Other machinery that can be combined with the truck mixer, such as concrete pumps, distributor masts and conveyor belts will not be covered by the document.

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This document specifies the additional safety requirements and means of verification for rough-terrain variable-reach trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks) designed and intended for handling suspended loads which can swing freely in one or more directions. It is applicable to trucks covered by EN 1459-1 and EN 1459-2.
This document does not apply to:
-   the lifting of suspended loads which by design of the load or the lifting attachments does not allow the load to swing freely in any direction;
-   the handling of flexible intermediate bulk containers, as defined in ISO 21898, carried under the forks of the truck;
-   any attachments/means used for lifting personnel;
-   lifting accessories not included as part of the lifting attachment;
-   freight container handling trucks.
This document deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to trucks handling a freely suspended load, when they are used as intended by the manufacturer.
This document is not applicable to rough-terrain variable-reach trucks fitted with a lifting attachment for handling suspended loads manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This European Standard specifies the functional requirements of anti-collision devices and systems installed on self-erecting tower cranes or tower cranes assembled from component parts to avoid the risks of collision between several cranes in use, between a crane in use and fixed obstacles, and over prohibited zones.
It applies to anti-collision devices manufactured after the publication of this standard.
NOTE   For anti-collision systems used to avoid the risk of collision with power lines, additional requirements might be necessary.
This document defines the safety characteristics and requirements of anti-collision devices and systems intended for installation on self-erecting tower cranes or tower cranes assembled from component parts.
In particular:
-   performance level;
-   information to be provided by the sensors installed on the crane;
-   operation, particularly in the event of failure, override and free jib slewing states of a crane;
-   type of communication between devices;
-   information for the crane operator and outside indicator.
It also specifies the requirements for marking the device or the system and the content of the instruction for use.

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This document specifies requirements for the truck side of the attachment interface of rough-terrain non-slewing and slewing variable reach trucks (hereafter referred to as “trucks”) dealt with in EN 1459 1, EN 1459-2 and prEN 1459-4.
This document covers the interface of the attachments fitted to the telescopic boom carriage or mounted on the forks. This document does not cover:
-   interface for interchangeable equipment designed for lifting person(s) (covered by EN 1459 3);
-   interface for equipment for container handling (e.g. spreader);
-   interface for equipment permanently installed on the machine and not intended to be removed by the user;
NOTE   In this case, equipment becomes part of the truck.
This document does not give requirements for the completed assembly of a truck fitted with an attachment. This document does not address risks to parts of the truck other than the interface with the attachment.

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This document applies to:
-   light crane systems, either suspended or free-standing systems, where the rated capacity of any single lifting device is 4 t or less;
-   pillar and wall-mounted jib cranes, without an operator's cabin, whose rated capacity is 10 t or less and whose overturning load moment is 500 kNm or less.
NOTE   For illustration of crane types, see Annex B.
This document is not applicable to cranes covered by another product specific crane standard, e.g. EN 15011:2011+A1:2014 or EN 14985:2012.
This document is applicable to cranes and crane systems, whose structures are made of steel or aluminium, excluding aluminium structures containing welded joints.
This document gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionizing radiation, operation in electro-magnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000 6 2:2016 and operation in pharmacy or food industry are not covered by this document.
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
This document is applicable to cranes, which are manufactured after the date of its publication by CEN as a European Standard.
This document is not applicable to cranes manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for the following non-fixed load lifting attachments for cranes, hoists and manually controlled load manipulating devices:
a)   plate clamps;
b)   vacuum lifters;
1)   self-priming;
2)   non-self-priming (pump, venturi, turbine);
c)   electric lifting magnets (battery fed and mains-fed);
d)   permanent lifting magnets;
e)   electro-permanent lifting magnets;
f)   lifting beams;
g)   C-hooks;
h)   lifting forks;
i)   clamps; and
j)   lifting insert systems for use in normal weight concrete,
as defined in Clause 3.
This standard does not give requirements for:
-   non-fixed load lifting attachments in direct contact with foodstuffs or pharmaceuticals requiring a high level of cleanliness for hygiene reasons;
-   hazards resulting from handling specific hazardous materials (e.g. explosives, hot molten masses, radiating materials);
-   hazards caused by operation in an explosive atmosphere;
-   hazards caused by noise;
-   hazards relating to the lifting of persons;
-   electrical hazards; and
-   hazards due to hydraulic and pneumatic components.
For high risk applications not covered by this standard, EN 13001-2:2014, 4.3.2 gives guidance to deal with them.
This standard covers the proof of static strength, the elastic stability and the proof of fatigue strength. For attachments designed for less than 16 000 lifting cycles, the proof of fatigue strength is covered by the proof of static strength (elastic and yielded conditions, see 5.1.2.1).
NOTE   This standard does not generally cover attachments intended to lift above people. Some attachments are suitable for that purpose if equipped with additional safety features. In such cases the additional safety features are specified in the specific requirements.
This standard does not cover slings, ladles, expanding mandrels, buckets, grabs, or grab buckets.
This standard is not applicable to non-fixed load lifting attachments for crane, hoists and manually controlled load manipulating devices which are manufactured before the date this publication as EN.

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This European Standard specifies design requirements for non-powered access installed on cranes.
NOTE 1 For other type of access a requirement for information to be supplied is specified.
This European Standard covers access to control stations and all access required for maintenance, certain erection
and dismantling operations (see below) and emergency.
For those cranes which are intended to be erected and dismantled at their places of work, specific requirements for the
access needed during these operations are given in the appropriate European Standards for specific crane types.
NOTE 2 Specific requirements for access on particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European Standard for the
particular crane type.
The dimensions given in this European Standard do not take into account the safety distances related to:
- guarding;
-  relative movement between crane and adjacent structure;
- hazardous surface temperature;
- electrical equipment.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.
This European Standard is not applicable to cranes which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of
this standard.

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This European Standard applies to bridge and gantry cranes able to travel by wheels on rails, runways or roadway surfaces, and to gantry cranes without wheels mounted in a stationary position.
This European Standard specifies requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to bridge and gantry cranes when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This European Standard does not include requirements for the lifting of persons.
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionising radiation and operation in electromagnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000-6-2 are not covered by this European Standard.
This European Standard is applicable to bridge and gantry cranes manufactured after the date of its publication as an EN.

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This European Standard specifies the structural design requirements applicable to all types of adjustable beam pallet rack systems fabricated from steel members intended for the storage of unit loads and subject to predominantly static loads. Both un-braced and braced systems are included.
This European Standard gives guidelines for the design of clad rack buildings where requirements are not covered in EN 1993. The requirements of this European Standard also apply to ancillary structures, where rack components are employed as the main structural members.
This European Standard does not cover other generic types of storage structures. Specifically, this European Standard does not apply to mobile storage systems, drive-in, drive-through and cantilever racks or static steel shelving systems, nor does this European Standard establish specific design rules for the assessment of racking in seismic areas.

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This document establishes a general classification of mobile cranes and related crane mechanisms based on the service conditions, mainly expressed by the following: — the total number of working cycles to be carried out during the specified design life of the crane; — the load spectrum factor which represents the relative frequencies of loads to be handled; — the average load displacements. This document is applicable for the work spectrum between moderate to very heavy number of work cycles as described in Table 2.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test procedures for 360° visibility of sit-on and stand-on self-propelled
-   towing and pushing tractors in accordance with 3.1 and 3.2 of ISO 5053-1:2015;
-   burden carrier in accordance with 3.25 of ISO 5053-1:2015 without load and
-   baggage and equipment tractors with driver's accommodation in accordance with EN 12312-15, without load
(herein after referred to as trucks)  and is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 16842-1.
Where specific requirements in this part are modified from the general requirements in EN 16842-1, the requirements of this part are truck specific and to be used for sit-on and stand-on self-propelled Towing and Pushing tractors and Burden carrier.
This part of EN 16842 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events  relevant to the visibility of the operator for applicable machines when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
This part of the European Standard does not apply to personnel carrier in accordance with 3.25 of ISO 5053-1:2015.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for design, calculation, examinations and tests of hydraulic powered loader cranes and their mountings on vehicles or static foundations.
This document does not apply to loader cranes used on board sea going vessel or to articulated boom system cranes which are designed as total integral parts of special equipment such as forwarders.
The hazards covered by this standard are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
NOTE   The use of cranes for lifting of persons can be subject to specific national regulations.
This document is not applicable to loader cranes manufactured before the publication of this document. For loader cranes designed before the publication of this document, the new provisions concerning stress calculations are not applicable.

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This document gives requirements for the types of industrial trucks specified in the scope of EN ISO 3691-1.
This document is intended to be used in conjunction with EN ISO 3691-1. These requirements are supplementary to those stated in EN ISO 3691-1 with the addition of hazards, which can occur when operating in potentially explosive atmospheres.
This document covers the following requirements:
-   electrical requirements;
-   noise emissions;
-   vibration;
-   visibility;
-   electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
This Edocument defines supplementary requirements to EN ISO 3691-1:
-   travel speed;
-   brakes;
-   travel and breaking controls - Additional operation from alongside pedestrian-controlled and stand-on trucks;
-   lift chains;
-   mast tilt and carriage isolation;
-   operator's seat;
-   operator restraint device;
-   protection against crushing, shearing and trapping;
-   information for use (instruction handbook and marking).
Annex A (informative) contains the list of significant hazards covered by this document.

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This document establishes the terminology and content of commercial specifications for hydraulic breakers which are mounted as an attachment on a carrier, typically earth-moving machinery such as an excavator, backhoe loader, skid steer loader, and compact loader as defined in ISO 6165; or mounted on a rig, pedestal boom system, demolition robot, etc., at the end of an arm. Hydraulic breakers are typically used to demolish or break rock, concrete, brickwork, asphalt, etc. This document does not cover breakers powered by pneumatic, thermomechanical, or electromagnetic energy. This document does not cover portable or hand-held breakers either.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for design, calculation, examinations and tests of hydraulic powered loader cranes and their mountings on vehicles or static foundations.
This document applies to loader cranes designed to be installed on:
-   road vehicles, including trailers, with load carrying capability;
-   tractors (road or agricultural), where only a towed trailer has capability to carry goods;
-   demountable bodies to be carried by any of the above;
-   other types of carriers (e.g. separate loaders, crawlers, rail vehicles, non-seagoing vessels);
-   static foundations.
This document also applies to loader cranes equipped with special tools or interchangeable equipment (e.g. grapple, clamshell bucket, pallet clamp, etc.), as specified in the operator’s manual.
This document does not apply to loader cranes used on board sea going vessels or to articulated boom system cranes which are designed as total integral parts of special equipment such as forwarders.
The hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
NOTE   The use of cranes for lifting of persons can be subject to specific national regulations.
This document is not applicable to loader cranes manufactured before the publication of this document. For loader cranes designed before the publication of this document, the provisions concerning stress calculations in the version of EN 12999 that was valid at the time of their design, are still applicable.

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The ISO 4306 series establishes a vocabulary of the most commonly used terms in the field of cranes. This document defines the terms related to jib type cranes. Mobile cranes, tower cranes, railway cranes, and offshore cranes are excluded. Annex A contains a diagram showing the different types of jib cranes.

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This document sets out the designation, contours and dimensions for rims for narrow- and wide-base off-road tyres primarily intended for earth-moving machinery. All dimensions in this document are given in millimetres and are applicable to the side of the rim which is in contact with the tyre. Tyre designations and dimensions, tyre classifications and nomenclature are given in ISO 4250-1, ISO 10571 and ISO 13442. Annex A gives details on sealing ring grooves and O-rings for earth-mover rims.

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This part of EN ISO 19014 specifies general principles for software design, test and signal transmission requirements of safety‐related parts of machine‐control systems (MCS) in earth‐moving machinery and its equipment, as defined in EN ISO 6165.

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2020-05-07 JF: through decision BT C079/2020, taken on 2020-05-06, the CEN/BT approved the revised Annex ZA. Standard under publication.
2020-03-03 JF: CCMC is preparing a BT document on the revised Annex ZA for the BT approval.
positive PUB assessment of the revised Annex ZA
2020-01-23 TC provided revised Annex ZA -> to be submitted for HAS assessment
2020-01-22 JF:EC confirmed the template for Annex ZA
2019-11-06 JF: there is a need to review Annex ZA before publication. the machinery sector is claryfing the Annex ZA for this kind of standards (global relevance). Expected to be clarified by ca end November 2019.
2019-04-17: WI started as prA2 and changed to prA1 to follow ISO.
2019-03-14: JF CEN asked for review of the assessment in November 2018 and it is still missing

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This part of EN ISO 3691 gives safety requirements and the means for their verification for driverless
industrial trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks) and their systems.
It is not applicable to trucks solely guided by mechanical means (rails, guides, etc.).
For the purposes of this part of EN ISO 3691, a driverless industrial truck is a powered vehicle, including any
trailer, which is designed to travel automatically and for which the safety of operation does not depend on
an operator. Remote-controlled trucks are not considered to be driverless trucks. A truck's system
comprises the control system, which may be part of the truck and/or separate from it, guidance means and
power system. Specific requirements for power sources other than batteries (e.g hydrogen fuel cells,
internal combustion engines) are not covered in this standard. Some trucks may also follow the
requirements of EN ISO 3691-1.
The condition of the operating area has a significant effect on the safe operation of the driverless industrial
truck. The preparations of the operating area to eliminate the associated hazards are specified in Annex
A.
This part of EN ISO 3691 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events,
as listed in Annex B, with the exception of the following, relevant to the applicable machines when
used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the
manufacturer.
It does not establish requirements for hazards that can occur
during operation in severe conditions (e.g. extreme climates, freezer applications, strong magnetic
fields),
during operation in environments subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres),
during the transportation of passengers other than a trained operator,
when handling loads the nature of which could lead to dangerous situations (e.g. molten metals,
acids/bases, radiating materials),
from parts of trucks requiring manual intervention during operation,
from trucks intended to operate in areas open to persons unaware of the hazards.
Regional requirements, additional to the requirements given in this part of EN ISO 3691, are addressed
in ISO/TS 3691-7 and ISO/TS 3691-8.

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ISO 433:2017 specifies the marking of conveyor belts, i.e.  
- the indications to be marked;
- the dimensions of the marks;
- the position of the marks.
ISO 433:2017 does not apply to light conveyor belts as described in ISO 21183‑1.

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2020-05-14 JF: by decision BT C088/2020 taken on 2020-05-13, the BT approved the revised Annex ZA. Standard under publication.
2020-03-03 JF: CCMC is preparing a BT document on the revised Annex ZA for the BT approval.
positive PUB assessment of the revised Annex ZA
EC accepted the format of the Annex ZA for this type of standards on 2020-01-22.
2019-11-07 JF: there is a need to review Annex ZA before publication. the machinery sector is claryfing the Annex ZA for this kind of standards (global relevance). Expected to be clarified by ca end November 2019.
2019-09-20: renumbred prA1 following renumbring at ISO

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This document specifies the tests for verifying the stability of counterbalanced fork-lift trucks with articulating steering and with mast, equipped with fork arms or load-handling attachments.
It is not applicable to trucks with retractable devices such as a retractable mast or fork.

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This European Standard specifies the electrical requirements for the design and construction of the electrical installation in self-propelled industrial trucks that are within the scope of ISO 5053 1, except variable reach trucks as defined in ISO 5053 1:2015, 3.21 and 3.22, straddle carriers as defined in ISO 5053 1:2015, 3.18 and 3.19, and specific functions, parts and/or systems utilized for the automatic operation of driverless industrial trucks as defined in ISO 5053 1:2015, 3.32.
NOTE 1   Reference is made to this standard in other standards which cover the non-electrical requirements of the various industrial truck types.
NOTE 2   This document only covers the integration of the standalone equipment to the industrial trucks. Other Directives and/or standards can apply to such equipment.
NOTE 3   This standard does not cover driverless functions of industrial trucks.
The requirements of this standard are valid, when trucks are operated under the following climatic conditions:
-   defined in the applicable parts of the EN ISO 3691 series and the EN 16307 series;
-   relative humidity in the range 30 % to 95 % (not condensing).
This standard deals with safety requirements for all electrical components of industrial trucks, including electrically actuated hydraulic/pneumatic valves. It is intended to be used to avoid or minimize hazards or hazardous situations listed in Annex I. These situations can arise during the operation in the area of use for which it is designed and during maintenance of trucks in accordance with the specifications and instruction given by the manufacturer.
This standard does not deal with all those requirements to reduce hazards which could occur:
a)   during construction;
b)   for industrial trucks that are required to operate in severe conditions (e.g. in extreme climates, in freezer applications, in hazardous environments);
c)   because of malfunction of not electric safety-related parts of control systems, e.g. hydraulic and pneumatic elements like pistons, not electric valves, pumps etc.
NOTE 4   The level of the defined required performance for electrical safety related control systems can be used as a guideline to determine the performance of non-electric systems.
This European Standard does not repeat all the technical rules which are state of the art and which are applicable to the materials used to build industrial trucks, for which reference can be made to EN ISO 12100.

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This document provides for the interchangeability of attachments on skid steer loaders by establishing requirements for the quick coupler system including dimensional limits for the attachment mounting frame. These quick couplers are typically used on skid steer loaders as defined in ISO 6165. NOTE 1 Skid steer loaders can use other styles of quick couplers but the coupler would not be interchangeable with attachments designed to comply with this document. NOTE 2 The requirements of this document can be applied to quick couplers used on other compact machines. NOTE 3 Quick couplers used on small skid steer loaders and some compact tool carriers can have a different width requirement than provided in this document. See Annex B.

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This European Standard specifies the technical requirements to minimise the hazards listed in Clause 4 which can arise during the commissioning, the operation and the maintenance of conveyor belt vehicles when used as intended, including misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, when carried out in accordance with the specifications given by the manufacturer or his authorised representative. It also takes into account some requirements recognised as essential by authorities, aircraft and ground support equipment (GSE) manufacturers as well as airlines and handling agencies.
This European Standard applies to
a)   self-propelled conveyor belt vehicles with or without driver's accommodation,
b)   self-propelled conveyor belt vehicles equipped with a van body,
c)   towed conveyor belt vehicles,
intended to be used for manual loading/unloading of aircraft.
This European Standard does not apply to any extensions or appurtenances of conveyor belt vehicles entering the aircraft cargo compartment in order to facilitate loading and unloading therein ("Aircraft Bulk Loading Systems", ABLS).
This European Standard does not apply to pneumatic systems and to cable-less remote controls.
This part of EN 12312 is not applicable to conveyor belt vehicles which were manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
This part of EN 12312 when used in conjunction with EN 1915-1, EN 1915-2, EN 1915-3 and EN 1915-4 provides the requirements for conveyor belt vehicles.

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This document specifies the tests to verify the stability of single-side-loading trucks with tiltable or non-tiltable mast or fork arms. It is applicable to trucks fitted with fork arms and/or attachments.

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This document specifies general principles for software development and signal transmission requirements of safety-related parts of machine-control systems (MCS) in earth-moving machinery (EMM) and its equipment, as defined in ISO 6165. In addition, this document addresses the significant hazards as defined in ISO 12100 related to the software embedded within the machine control system. The significant hazards being addressed are the incorrect machine control system output responses from machine control system inputs. Cyber security is out of the scope of this document. NOTE For guidance on cybersecurity, see an appropriate security standard. This document is not applicable to EMM manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document specifies the requirements and test procedures for 360° visibility of self-propelled industrial order-picking, lateral- and front-stacking trucks with elevating operator position in accordance with ISO 5053-1 (herein after referred to as trucks), without a load and it is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 16842-1.
The visibility of trucks driving in very narrow aisles and/or driving with elevated operator (above 500 mm) is not within the scope of this standard.
Where specific requirements in this part are modified from the general requirements in EN 16842-1, the requirements of this part are truck specific and to be used for self-propelled industrial order-picking, lateral- and front-stacking trucks with elevating operator position.
This part of EN 16842 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to the visibility of the operator for applicable machines when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.

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This European Standard specifies the safety requirements of self-propelled variable-reach rough-terrain trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks), intended to handle loads, equipped with a telescopic lifting means (pivoted boom), on which a load handling device (e.g. carriage and fork arms) is fitted.
For the purpose of this standard, rough-terrain variable-reach trucks are designed to transport, lift and place loads and can be driven on unimproved terrain.
Fork arms are considered to be part of the truck. Trucks can also be equipped with a variety of attachments (e.g. bale spikes, mowers, sweepers).
This European Standard deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to the trucks when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex A).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   slewing variable reach rough terrain trucks covered by EN 1459-2;
-   industrial variable reach trucks covered by EN ISO 3691-2;
-   lorry-mounted variable reach trucks;
-   variable reach trucks fitted with tilting or elevating operator position;
-   mobile cranes covered by EN 13000;
-   machines designed primarily for earth moving, even if their buckets and blades are replaced with forks (see EN 474 series);
-   trucks designed primarily with variable length load suspension elements (e.g. chain, ropes) from which the load may swing freely in all directions;
-   trucks fitted with personnel/work platforms, designed to move persons to elevated working positions;
-   trucks designed primarily for container handling;
-   trucks on tracks;
-   trucks with articulated chassis;
-   attachments (covered by prEN 1459-5).
This European Standard does not address hazards linked to:
-   hybrid power systems;
-   gas power system;
-   gasoline engine system;
-   battery power system;
-   tractor specific devices (e.g. PTO).
This European Standard does not address hazards which may occur:
a)   when handling suspended loads which may swing freely (additional requirements are given in prEN 1459-4 (in preparation));
b)   when using trucks on public roads;
c)   when operating in potentially explosive atmospheres;
d)   when operating underground;
e)   when towing trailers;
f)   when fitted with a personnel work platform (additional requirements are given in EN 1459-3);
g)   when using cruise-control.
This European Standard does not provide a method of calculation for fatigue and strength of material.
This document is not applicable to trucks manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document specifies test methods for determining the electrical resistances of light conveyor belts
according to ISO 21183-1. The resistances are surface resistance, volume resistance perpendicular
to the belt plane, and longitudinal and transverse volume resistance parallel to the belt plane. This
document also specifies two test methods for determining the surface resistivity and the volume
resistivity.

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This document specifies the method of energy consumption measurement for the following types of industrial trucks as defined in ISO 5053‑1: — counterbalance lift truck; — articulated counterbalance lift truck; — reach truck (with retractable mast or fork arm carriage); — straddle truck; — pallet-stacking truck; — pallet truck; — platform and stillage truck; — pallet truck end controlled; — order-picking truck; — centre-controlled order-picking truck; — towing, pushing tractor and burden carrier; — towing and stacking tractor; — side-loading truck (one side only); — lateral-stacking truck (both sides); — lateral-stacking truck (three sides); — multi-directional lift truck.

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