This European Standard applies to machines used for road service area maintenance which are attached to or mounted on carrier vehicles (e.g. tractor, truck), or which are self-propelled machinery and which are defined in Clause 3. Directives and standards for the vehicular truck or tractor chassis aspect, termed 'carrier vehicle' in this standard, would be those relevant to that equipment.
For machinery which are a combination of a grass/brush-cutting attachment and a carrier-vehicle, this part of the standard applies to the grass or brush cutting attachment itself and with all health and safety requirements of the interaction and effects between attachment and the carrier vehicle when used together (e.g. stability, visibility).
For self-propelled machinery, this part only deals with health and safety requirements of the attachment itself and does not deal with the self-propelled machinery itself which are dealt with in EN 17106 1.
NOTE 1   Road regulations or Directive apply to vehicular truck and tractor.
NOTE 2   The use in public road traffic is governed by the national regulations.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards identified through a risk assessment pertinent to road service area maintenance machines, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This European Standard does not deal with significant hazards associated with EMC. This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards associated with machine operation, setting and adjustments, load discharge and routine maintenance.
This European Standard does not include requirements for the carrier vehicles (e.g. trucks, tractors, construction machines, industrial trucks). These are covered in directives related to the construction of vehicles.
This European Standard does not deal with:
—   walker-operated and hand-held machines;
—   machines for the maintenance of sports grounds;
—   machines for agriculture, horticulture and forestry;
—   pit and sewer cleaning vehicles/-machines;
—   grass and brush cutting machines with multiple cutting heads (see Annex A, Clause C.2, Figure C.20)
—   vertical axis grass and brush cutting machines except inter-post machinery (see Annex A, Clause C.2, Figure C.22)
—   horizontal axis grass and brush cutting machines with two rotors (see Annex A, Clause C.2, Figure C.23)
—   self-propelled remote controlled machinery for road service area maintenance, except the mowing head
—   self-propelled remote controlled machinery used for forestry application (see Annex A, Clause C.2, Figure C.21)
—   cleansing and ditch maintenance machines (see Annex A, Clause C.2, Figure C.24 and C.25)
A machine which is a combination of several parts with different uses should conform to all the standards referring to the corresponding parts of the machine.
This document, together with part 1, deals with all significant hazards for road service area maintenance machines – grass and brush cutting machines when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer associated with the whole life time of the machine (see Clause 4).
The requirements of this part are complementary to the common requirements formulated in prEN 17106 1:2017.
This document does not repeat the requirements from prEN 17106 1:2017, but adds or replaces the requirements for application for grass and brush cutting machines.
This European Standard does not deal with the risks associated with the operation of machines in potentially explosive atmospheres.
This standard applies to machines manufactured after the date of approval of this standard through CEN.

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1.1   This European Standard, when used together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, specifies safety requirements and measures for self-propelled rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO) operating at a maximum of 3 m high as defined in 3.1, where the vertical projection of the centre of the area of the platform in all platform configurations at the maximum chassis inclination specified by the manufacturer is always inside the tipping lines, used in agriculture, designed to work on unimproved natural terrain and/or disturbed terrain and intended to move at least two persons to working positions in an orchard where they are carrying out fruit picking, thinning out, pruning, or other operations related to orchard from the work platform.
NOTE   For examples of rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO), see Figures E. 1 to E.3.
This European Standard describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use of these machines in the course of normal operation and service, except hazards related to conveyor belts and elevators for the bin. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this document are different from those which are stated in EN ISO 4254 1, the requirements of this document take precedence over the requirements of EN ISO 4254 1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this document.
This European Standard, taken together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Table 1) relevant to WPOs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
It does not cover the hazards arising from:
a)   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
b)   getting on and off the work platform at changing levels;
c)   environmental aspects;
d)   road safety.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) (see EN 280);
NOTE 1   Figure E.4 gives an example of this type of machine.
b)   boom-type MEWPs (see EN 280);
NOTE 2   Figure E.5 and E.6 give examples of this type of machine.
c)   tail lifts (see EN 1756-1 and EN 1756-2);
d)   mast climbing work platforms (see EN 1495);
e)   lifting tables (see EN 1570-1);
f)   aircraft ground support equipment (see e.g. EN 1915-1 and EN 1915-2);
g)   elevating operator positions on industrial trucks (see EN 1726-2);
h)   unguided work cages suspended from lifting appliances (see e.g. EN 1808);
i)    machines having centre of the area of the platform outside the tipping lines.
NOTE 3   Figure E.7 gives an example of this type of machine.

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This document, used together with EN ISO 4254-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed or self-propelled machines that have a combination of two or more of the following functions: loading, mixing, chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs or materials used for animal bedding such as straw, to be used by one operator only. It includes those fitted with a built-in loading crane. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
This document applies only to machines that have the following functional combinations:
-   mixing and distributing functions; or
-   mixing, chopping and distributing functions; or
-   loading, mixing and distributing functions; or
-   loading, mixing, chopping and distributing functions; or
-   chopping and distributing functions; or
-   loading, chopping and distributing functions.
Silage block cutters, even if they carry out a single function, are covered by this document.
This document does not apply to:
-   machines which pick up green fodder directly from the field;
-   loading cranes;
-   silage buckets.
NOTE 1   Loading cranes are dealt with in EN 12999.
NOTE 2   Autonomous silage loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing machines (robotic feed systems) are to be dealt with in a separate standard (under preparation).
This document deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to machines for loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer as listed in Clause 4, except for the hazards arising from:
-   failure of the control circuit;
-   inadequate seating;
-   inadequate lighting;
-   travelling of machinery;
-   break-up of parts rotating at high speed;
-   cutting hazard during service on sharp parts (e.g. blades of the mixing and/or chopping device).
It is not applicable to environmental hazards (except noise).
It does not deal with stability when travelling.
This document is not applicable to machines for loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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Deals with the safety of electric animal-stunning equipment, These are for inductrial or commercial use, on farms or in areas where they may be a source of danger to the public. The standard covers manual, semi-automatic and automatic equipment. For electric fence energizers, see EN 60335-2-76. For electric fishing machines, see EN 60335-2-86.

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This document provides design requirements and guidance for the manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment for use in all kinds of mobile (including hand-held) agricultural machinery, forestry machinery, landscaping and gardening machinery [referred to hereafter as machine(s)]. The term machinery covers tractors and implements. This document gives tests for specific environmental conditions and defines severity levels for tests which relate to the environmental extremes that can be experienced in practical operation of the equipment. This document is intended to be used in determining the suitability of the equipment of these machines, for use in a specified range of environmental conditions. NOTE The severity levels given are general guidelines and not guaranteed worst-case exposure levels.

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2019-03-20 CV: project proceeded to BT (finalization) - BT deadline: 2019-04-16
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This draft European Standard specifies the requirements for biodegradable films, manufactured from thermoplastic materials, to be used for mulch applications in agriculture and horticulture.
This draft European Standard is applicable to films intended to biodegrade in soil without creating any adverse impact on the environment.
It also specifies the test methods to assess these requirements as well as requirements for the packaging, identification and marking of films.
For information, it defines a classification of biodegradable mulch films according to their service life on soil and gives a good practice guide for the use of the films.
NOTE   Films intended to be removed after use and not incorporated in the soil are not in the scope of this standard. See EN 13655 [1].

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This European Standard specifies the requirements relating to the dimensional, mechanical and physical-chemical characteristics of thermoplastic barrier films designed for agricultural and horticultural soil disinfection by means of fumigation.
It also specifies the test methods for verifying these requirements, except the method for determining film permeability using a static technique, which is specified in prEN 17098-2.
It is applicable to films used during soil disinfection by fumigation (class 1), and to films used during soil disinfection subsequently kept in-situ as mulch films (class 2).
On the date of publication of this European Standard, the barrier films are multi-layer films.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining the gas permeability of films using a static technique.
It is applicable to thermoplastic barrier films for agricultural and horticultural soil disinfection using the fumigation technique.

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IEC 60335-2-87:2016 deals with the safety of electric animal-stunning equipment the rated voltage of which is not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. Battery-operated appliances and other d.c. supplied appliances are within the scope of this standard. Dual supply appliances, either mains-supplied or battery-operated, are regarded as battery-operated appliances when operated in the battery mode. This standard is applicable to electric animal-stunning equipment for industrial or commercial use, for use on farms or for use in areas where they may be a source of danger to the public. So far as is practical, this standard deals with the common hazards presented by these types of appliances. Examples of electric animal-stunning equipment within the scope of this standard are those used to stun:
- bovines such as cattle, calves, cows, heifers and bulls;
- ovines such as sheep and lambs;
- caprines such as goats;
- cervids such as deer;
- solipeds such as horses, donkeys and mules;
- birds such as chickens, turkeys and guinea fowl;
- porcines such as pigs;
- fur animals such as foxes, chinchilla, rabbits and possums;
- mustelids such as mink and polecats and other ruminants such as camels. The following types of electric animal-stunning equipment are covered by this standard: manual, semi-automatic and automatic. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2002 including its Amendment 1 (2007) and its Amendment 2 (2012). This edition constitutes a technical revision. The principal changes in this edition as compared with the second edition of IEC 60335-2-87 are as follows (minor changes are not listed):
- Warning sign ISO 7010-W012 has been introduced (7.1, 7.6, 7.12, 7.14).
- Reference to IEC 60068-2-32 has been replaced by reference to IEC 60068-2-31 (21.1).
- Additional requirements for battery operated stunning have been transferred to Annex S (5.8.1, 7.1, 7.8, 7.12, 11.5, 16, 22.102, 25.5, 25.7, 25.20, 25.23, 25.101, 26.5). It was established on the basis of the fifth edition (2010) of that standard. The attention of National Committees is drawn to the fact that equipment manufacturers and testing organizations may need a transitional period following publication of a new, amended or revised IEC publication in which to make products in accordance with the new requirements and to equip themselves for conducting new or revised tests. It is the recommendation of the committee that the content of this standard be adopted for implementation nationally not earlier than 12 months or later than 36 months from the date of its publication. Key words: Electrical, Stunning Equipment. Animal, Electrode
This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 60335-1:2010.

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Amandma A1:2007 je dodatek k standardu SIST EN 60335-2-87:2003
Deals with the safety of electrcal animal-stunning equipment the rated voltage of which is not more than 250 V for single-phases appliances and 480 V for other appliances.

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61H/239/RVC established on 2006-11-10: To be published without FDIS stage

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Deals with milking machines for milking farm animals, for use in stalls or in the open. Examples are bucket and direct-to-can milking machines, milking pipeline machines, recorder milking machines. The rated voltage is less than 250 V for single-phase operation and 480 V for other operations. This consolidated version consists of the second edition (2002) and its amendment 1 (2007). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

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1.1   This European Standard, when used together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, specifies safety requirements and measures for self-propelled rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO) operating at a maximum of 3 m high as defined in 3.1, where the vertical projection of the centre of the area of the platform in all platform configurations at the maximum chassis inclination specified by the manufacturer is always inside the tipping lines, used in agriculture, designed to work on unimproved natural terrain and/or disturbed terrain and intended to move at least two persons to working positions in an orchard where they are carrying out fruit picking, thinning out, pruning, or other operations related to orchard from the work platform.
NOTE   For examples of rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO), see Figures E. 1 to E.3.
This European Standard describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use of these machines in the course of normal operation and service, except hazards related to conveyor belts and elevators for the bin. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this document are different from those which are stated in EN ISO 4254 1, the requirements of this document take precedence over the requirements of EN ISO 4254 1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this document.
This European Standard, taken together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Table 1) relevant to WPOs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
It does not cover the hazards arising from:
a)   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
b)   getting on and off the work platform at changing levels;
c)   environmental aspects;
d)   road safety.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) (see EN 280);
NOTE 1   Figure E.4 gives an example of this type of machine.
b)   boom-type MEWPs (see EN 280);
NOTE 2   Figure E.5 and E.6 give examples of this type of machine.
c)   tail lifts (see EN 1756-1 and EN 1756-2);
d)   mast climbing work platforms (see EN 1495);
e)   lifting tables (see EN 1570-1);
f)   aircraft ground support equipment (see e.g. EN 1915-1 and EN 1915-2);
g)   elevating operator positions on industrial trucks (see EN 1726-2);
h)   unguided work cages suspended from lifting appliances (see e.g. EN 1808);
i)    machines having centre of the area of the platform outside the tipping lines.
NOTE 3   Figure E.7 gives an example of this type of machine.

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This document, used together with EN ISO 4254-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed or self-propelled machines that have a combination of two or more of the following functions: loading, mixing, chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs or materials used for animal bedding such as straw, to be used by one operator only. It includes those fitted with a built-in loading crane. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
This document applies only to machines that have the following functional combinations:
-   mixing and distributing functions;
-   mixing, chopping and distributing functions;
-   loading, mixing and distributing functions;
-   loading, mixing, chopping and distributing functions;
-   chopping and distributing functions; or
-   loading, chopping and distributing functions.
Silage block cutters, even if they carry out a single function, are covered by this document.
This document does not apply to:
-   machines which pick up green fodder directly from the field;
-   loading cranes;
-   silage buckets;
-   round or rectangular unbalers.
NOTE 1   Loading cranes are dealt with in EN 12999:2011+A2:2018.
NOTE 2   Autonomous silage loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing machines (robotic feed systems) will be dealt with in a separate standard (under preparation).
This document deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to machines for loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer as listed in Clause 4, except for the hazards arising from:
-   failure of the control circuit;
-   inadequate seating;
-   inadequate lighting;
-   travelling of machinery;
-   break-up of parts rotating at high speed;
-   cutting hazard during service on sharp parts (e.g. blades of the mixing and/or chopping device).
It is not applicable to environmental hazards (except noise).
It does not deal with stability when travelling.
This document is not applicable to machines for loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This European Standard Deals with the safety of electric animal-stunning equipment, These are for industrial or commercial use, on farms or in areas where they may be a source of danger to the public. The standard covers manual, semi-automatic and automatic equipment

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Deals with milking machines for milking farm animals, for use in stalls or in the open. Examples are bucket and direct-to-can milking machines, milking pipeline machines, recorder milking machines. The rated voltage is less than 250 V for single-phase operation and 480 V for other operations.

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Deals with the safety of electric animal-stunning equipment, These are for inductrial or commercial use, on farms or in areas where they may be a source of danger to the public. The standard covers manual, semi-automatic and automatic equipment. For electric fence energizers, see EN 60335-2-76. For electric fishing machines, see EN 60335-2-86.

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Deals with milking machines for milking farm animals, for use in stalls or in the open. Examples are bucket and direct-to-can milking machines, milking pipeline machines, recorder milking machines. The rated voltage is less than 250 V for single-phase operation and 480 V for other operations.

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Specifies an electrical connector and its pin layout for mounting on an agricultural tractor with a nominal 12-volt battery supply for the purpose of providing an interface between tractor-mounted sensors and equipment requiring signals from those sensors. Provides therefore a short-term solution to date communication between a restricted set of tractor-mounted sensors and other systems on agricultural tractors and attached machinery, in anticipation of the availability of a standardized digital data bus system.

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This document, used together with ISO 4254-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification
for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed or self-propelled machines that have a combination of two or more of the following functions: loading, mixing, chopping and distributing
silage and/or other feedstuffs or materials used for animal bedding such as straw, to be used by one
operator only. It includes those fitted with a built-in loading crane. In addition, it specifies the type of
information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer.

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1.1   This European Standard, when used together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, specifies safety requirements and measures for self-propelled rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO) operating at a maximum of 3 m high as defined in 3.1, where the vertical projection of the centre of the area of the platform in all platform configurations at the maximum chassis inclination specified by the manufacturer is always inside the tipping lines, used in agriculture, designed to work on unimproved natural terrain and/or disturbed terrain and intended to move at least two persons to working positions in an orchard where they are carrying out fruit picking, thinning out, pruning, or other operations related to orchard from the work platform.
NOTE   For examples of rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO), see Figures E. 1 to E.3.
This European Standard describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use of these machines in the course of normal operation and service, except hazards related to conveyor belts and elevators for the bin. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this document are different from those which are stated in EN ISO 4254 1, the requirements of this document take precedence over the requirements of EN ISO 4254 1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this document.
This European Standard, taken together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Table 1) relevant to WPOs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
It does not cover the hazards arising from:
a)   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
b)   getting on and off the work platform at changing levels;
c)   environmental aspects;
d)   road safety.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) (see EN 280);
NOTE 1   Figure E.4 gives an example of this type of machine.
b)   boom-type MEWPs (see EN 280);
NOTE 2   Figure E.5 and E.6 give examples of this type of machine.
c)   tail lifts (see EN 1756-1 and EN 1756-2);
d)   mast climbing work platforms (see EN 1495);
e)   lifting tables (see EN 1570-1);
f)   aircraft ground support equipment (see e.g. EN 1915-1 and EN 1915-2);
g)   elevating operator positions on industrial trucks (see EN 1726-2);
h)   unguided work cages suspended from lifting appliances (see e.g. EN 1808);
i)    machines having centre of the area of the platform outside the tipping lines.
NOTE 3   Figure E.7 gives an example of this type of machine.

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This document, used together with ISO 4254-1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification
for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed or self-propelled machines that have a combination of two or more of the following functions: loading, mixing, chopping and distributing
silage and/or other feedstuffs or materials used for animal bedding such as straw, to be used by one
operator only. It includes those fitted with a built-in loading crane. In addition, it specifies the type of
information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer.

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1.1   This European Standard, when used together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, specifies safety requirements and measures for self-propelled rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO) operating at a maximum of 3 m high as defined in 3.1, where the vertical projection of the centre of the area of the platform in all platform configurations at the maximum chassis inclination specified by the manufacturer is always inside the tipping lines, used in agriculture, designed to work on unimproved natural terrain and/or disturbed terrain and intended to move at least two persons to working positions in an orchard where they are carrying out fruit picking, thinning out, pruning, or other operations related to orchard from the work platform.
NOTE   For examples of rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO), see Figures E. 1 to E.3.
This European Standard describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use of these machines in the course of normal operation and service, except hazards related to conveyor belts and elevators for the bin. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this document are different from those which are stated in EN ISO 4254 1, the requirements of this document take precedence over the requirements of EN ISO 4254 1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this document.
This European Standard, taken together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Table 1) relevant to WPOs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
It does not cover the hazards arising from:
a)   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
b)   getting on and off the work platform at changing levels;
c)   environmental aspects;
d)   road safety.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) (see EN 280);
NOTE 1   Figure E.4 gives an example of this type of machine.
b)   boom-type MEWPs (see EN 280);
NOTE 2   Figure E.5 and E.6 give examples of this type of machine.
c)   tail lifts (see EN 1756-1 and EN 1756-2);
d)   mast climbing work platforms (see EN 1495);
e)   lifting tables (see EN 1570-1);
f)   aircraft ground support equipment (see e.g. EN 1915-1 and EN 1915-2);
g)   elevating operator positions on industrial trucks (see EN 1726-2);
h)   unguided work cages suspended from lifting appliances (see e.g. EN 1808);
i)    machines having centre of the area of the platform outside the tipping lines.
NOTE 3   Figure E.7 gives an example of this type of machine.

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This European Standard, when used together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, specifies safety requirements and measures for all types and sizes of self-propelled rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO) as defined in 3.1, used in agriculture, designed to work on unimproved natural terrain and/or disturbed terrain and intended to move at least two persons to working positions in an orchard where they are carrying out fruit picking, thinning out, pruning, or other operations related to orchard’s upkeep from the work platform with the intention that persons are getting on and off the work platform only at access positions at ground level or on the chassis.
It describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use of these machines by at least two persons (operators) in the course of normal operation and service, except hazards related to conveyor belts and forks. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this document are different from those which are stated in EN ISO 4254 1, the requirements of this document take precedence over the requirements of EN ISO 4254 1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this document.
This European Standard, taken together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Table 1) relevant to WPOs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
It does not cover the hazards arising from:
a)   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
b)   getting on and off the work platform at changing levels.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) (see EN 280);
NOTE 1   Figure D.4 gives an example of this type of machine.
b)   boom-type MEWPs (see EN 280);
NOTE 2   Figure D.5 and D.6 give examples of this type of machine.
c)   tail lifts (see EN 1756-1 and EN 1756-2);
d)   mast climbing work platforms (see EN 1495);
e)   lifting tables (see EN 1570);
f)   aircraft ground support equipment (see e.g. EN 1915-1 and EN 1915-2);
g)   elevating operator positions on industrial trucks (see EN 1726-2);
h)   unguided work cages suspended from lifting appliances (see e.g. EN 1808).

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1.1   This European Standard, when used together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, specifies safety requirements and measures for self-propelled rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO) operating at a maximum of 3 m high as defined in 3.1, where the vertical projection of the centre of the area of the platform in all platform configurations at the maximum chassis inclination specified by the manufacturer is always inside the tipping lines, used in agriculture, designed to work on unimproved natural terrain and/or disturbed terrain and intended to move at least two persons to working positions in an orchard where they are carrying out fruit picking, thinning out, pruning, or other operations related to orchard from the work platform.
NOTE   For examples of rough-terrain work platforms for orchard’s operations (WPO), see Figures E. 1 to E.3.
This European Standard describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use of these machines in the course of normal operation and service, except hazards related to conveyor belts and elevators for the bin. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
When requirements of this document are different from those which are stated in EN ISO 4254 1, the requirements of this document take precedence over the requirements of EN ISO 4254 1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the provisions of this document.
This European Standard, taken together with EN ISO 4254 1 and EN 15811, deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Table 1) relevant to WPOs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer.
It does not cover the hazards arising from:
a)   use in potentially explosive atmospheres;
b)   getting on and off the work platform at changing levels;
c)   environmental aspects;
d)   road safety.
1.2   This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) (see EN 280);
NOTE 1   Figure E.4 gives an example of this type of machine.
b)   boom-type MEWPs (see EN 280);
NOTE 2   Figure E.5 and E.6 give examples of this type of machine.
c)   tail lifts (see EN 1756-1 and EN 1756-2);
d)   mast climbing work platforms (see EN 1495);
e)   lifting tables (see EN 1570-1);
f)   aircraft ground support equipment (see e.g. EN 1915-1 and EN 1915-2);
g)   elevating operator positions on industrial trucks (see EN 1726-2);
h)   unguided work cages suspended from lifting appliances (see e.g. EN 1808);
i)    machines having centre of the area of the platform outside the tipping lines.
NOTE 3   Figure E.7 gives an example of this type of machine.

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This European standard specifies safety requirements and for design and construction of self-propelled and tractor-driven combine harvesters and forage harvesters. It describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the use of these machines. In addition, it specifies the type of information to be provided by the manufacturer on safe working practices.   The environmental aspects have not been considered in this standard. The risks arising from dust, stability, braking and noise are not dealt with.  This European Standard applies primarily to machines which are manufactured after the date of issue of the standard.

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This document, used together with EN 1553, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed or self-propelled machines that have a combination of two or more of the following functions: loading, mixing, chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs, to be used by one operator only. It includes those fitted with a built-in loading crane. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
This document applies only to machines that have the following functional combinations:
-   mixing and distributing functions; or
-   mixing, chopping and distributing functions; or
-   loading, mixing and distributing functions; or
-   loading, mixing, chopping and distributing functions; or
-   chopping and distributing functions; or
-   loading, chopping and distributing functions.
Silage block cutters, even if they carry out a single function, are covered by this document.
It does not apply:
-   to machines which pick up green fodder directly from the field;
-   to loading cranes;
-   to silage buckets.
NOTE 1   Loading cranes are dealt with in EN 12999.
NOTE 2   Silage buckets will be dealt through an amendment or during next revision.
This document deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to machines for loading, mixing and/or chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs, when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer as listed in clause 4, except for the hazards arising from:
-   failure of the control circuit;
-   inadequate seating;
-   inadequate lighting;
-   impossibility of stopping the machine in the best possible conditions;
-   travelling of machinery;
-   break-up of parts rotating at high speed.
It is not applicable to environmental hazards (except noise).

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This document, used together with EN 1553, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed or self-propelled machines that have a combination of two or more of the following functions: loading, mixing, chopping and distributing silage and/or other feedstuffs, to be used by one operator only. It includes those fitted with a built-in loading crane. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices (including residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.

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ISO 15003:2006 provides design requirements and guidance for the manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment for use in all kinds of mobile (including hand-held) agricultural machinery, forestry machinery, landscaping and gardening machinery. It gives tests for specific environmental conditions and defines severity levels for tests which relate to the environmental extremes that can be experienced in practical operation of the equipment.

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This standard specifies safety requirements and their verification for design and construction of the different types of mounted, trailed or self-propelled silage cutters for one operator only, including mixing and distributor silage cutters.   It describes methods for the elimination or reduction of risks which need specific requirements for silage cutters. It does not deal with general hazards particularly general hazards related to the mobility, including those specific to self-propelled machines. These apects will be dealt with in another standard produced by CEN/TC 144 (see introduction).  In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer.  The list of significant hazards dealt with in this standard is given in Annex A. Annex A also indicates the hazards which have not been dealt with.  Note 1: The safety measures for the locking device for the raised parts of the machine and the safeguarding for the PTO drive shaft are dealt with in the 'Common requirements' standard being prepared by CEN/TC 144.  Note 2: A future revision of the standard will include:  - additional requirements related to the safeguarding of the disharge    chute; - additional information on the procedure for clearing blockages.  Environmental aspects have not been considered in this standard.   This standard applies primarily to machines which are manufactured after the date of issue of the standard.

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describes the common dimensions, tolerances and characteristics of the tray. It includes only those dimensions which are essential for the handling of the trays for the stated purpose and for placing or removing components from the trays.

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Deals with the safety of electric animal-stunning equipment. Applies to industrial or commercial use, for use on farms or in areas where they may be a source of danger to the public. The standard covers manual, semi-automatic and automatic equipment. For electric fishing machines see EN 60335-2-86. For electric fence energizers see EN 60335-2-76.

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Provides the means to enable communication between on-farm process computers of stationary and mobile agricultural equipment or machinery, and management computers. Specifies an Agricultural Data Interchange Syntax (ADIS) to exchange data electronically. It implies that the syntax is not intended for real-time data exchange.

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