This European Standard specifies the requirements, tests and marking of hinged combination ladders with one or several hinge joints.
This European Standard is not applicable to hinge-joints of combination and standing ladders as defined by EN 131 1.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1, EN 131 2 and EN 131 3.

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This document specifies the requirements, tests and marking of hinged combination ladders with one or several hinge joints.
This document is not applicable to hinge-joints of combination and standing ladders as defined by EN 131-1.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131-1, EN 131-2 and EN 131-3.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of ladders.
It applies to portable ladders.
It does not apply to ladders designed for specific professional use such as fire brigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
NOTE 1   For multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131-4 applies.
NOTE 2   For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
NOTE 3   For mobile ladders with platforms EN 131-7 applies.
NOTE 4   This standard does not apply to step stools for which EN 14183 applies.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of ladders.
It applies to portable ladders.
It does not apply to ladders designed for specific professional use such as fire brigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
NOTE 1   For multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131-4 applies.
NOTE 2   For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
NOTE 3   For mobile ladders with platforms EN 131-7 applies.
NOTE 4   This standard does not apply to step stools for which EN 14183 applies.

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This European Standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods and defines terms for leaning and standing telescopic ladders.
Ladders with extension elements are not covered by this part of EN 131.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131-1:2007+A1:2011, EN 131 2:2010+A1:2012, EN 131-3:2007 and if applicable EN 131-4:2007.

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This document specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods and defines terms for leaning and standing telescopic ladders.
Ladders with extension elements are not covered by this part of EN 131.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1, EN 131 2, EN 131 3 and if applicable EN 131 4.

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This European Standard advises on the safe use of ladders covered by the scope of EN 131-1 and fulfilling the requirements of EN 131-1, EN 131-2 and, for single or multiple hinged-joint ladders, EN 131-4, for telescopic ladders EN 131-6 and for mobile platform ladders EN 131-7.

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This European Standard advises on the safe use of ladders covered by the scope of EN 131 1 and fulfilling the requirements of EN 131 1, EN 131 2 and, for single or multiple hinged-joint ladders, EN 131 4, for telescopic ladders EN 131 6 and for mobile platform ladders EN 131 7.

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This European Standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods for portable ladders.
It does not apply to step stools or ladders for specific professional use such as firebrigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
It does not apply to ladders used for work on or near live electrical systems or installations. For this purpose EN 61478 applies.
NOTE   For insulating ladders for use on or near low voltage electrical installations EN 50528 applies.
This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1.
For single or multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131 4 applies.
For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
For mobile ladders with a platform EN 131 7 applies.

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This European Standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods for portable ladders.
It does not apply to step stools or ladders for specific professional use such as firebrigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
It does not apply to ladders used for work on or near live electrical systems or installations. For this purpose EN 61478 applies.
NOTE   For insulating ladders for use on or near low voltage electrical installations EN 50528 applies.
This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1.
For single or multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131 4 applies.
For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
For mobile ladders with a platform EN 131 7 applies.

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This part of ISO 14122 gives requirements for fixed ladders which are a part of a stationary machine,
and to the non-powered adjustable parts (e.g. foldable, slidable) and movable parts of fixed ladder
systems.
NOTE 1 “Fixed” means of access are those mounted in such a manner (for example, by screws, nuts, welding)
that they can only be removed by the use of tools.
This part of ISO 14122 specifies minimum requirements that also apply when the same means of access
is required as the part of the building or civil construction (e.g. fixed ladders) where the machine is
installed, on condition that the main function of that part of the construction is to provide a means of
access to the machine.
NOTE 2 Where no local regulation or standards exists, this part of ISO 14122 may be used also for means of
access which are outside the scope of the standard.
It is intended that this part of ISO 14122 be used with ISO 14122-1 to give the requirements for fixed
ladder systems.
The ISO 14122 series as a whole is applicable to both stationary and mobile machinery where fixed
means of access are necessary. It is not applicable to powered means of access such as lifts, escalators,
or other devices specially designed to lift persons between two levels.
This part of ISO 14122 is not applicable to machinery manufactured before the date of its publication.

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EN 14043 specifies the safety and performance requirements and test methods applicable to turntable ladders with combined movements of classes 18, 24, 30 and > 30 to 56, as defined in 3.13, under the control of fire-fighters and intended for fire fighting and rescuing people. Turntable ladder vehicles comprise a chassis, bodywork and a powered extending structure unit in the form of a ladder with or without a rescue cage. Turntable ladder vehicles covered by this European Standard have a self-propelled chassis, the motor of which supplies the power necessary for the operation of the ladder and permits all of the operational movements to be made simultaneously, with no restriction on the angle of the slewing movement. This European Standard deals with the technical safety requirements to minimize the hazards listed in Clause 4 which can arise during commissioning, operational use, routine checking and maintenance of turntable ladders when carried out in accordance with the specifications given by the manufacturer or the manufacturer's authorized representative. This European Standard deals with the use of turntable ladder vehicles within an ambient temperature range from -15 °C to +35 °C and with a wind velocity on the ladder set ≤ 12,5 m/s. Additional measures can be necessary for use outside this range. Special designs for use under special climatic conditions should be agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser. Any additional requirements are outside the scope of the standard. This European Standard does not deal with the design of a standard automotive chassis with regard to hazards resulting from or due to use as a road vehicle. This European Standard is not applicable to turntable ladder vehicles with combined movements which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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EN 14044 specifies the safety and performance requirements and test methods applicable to turntable ladders with sequential movements of classes 18, 24, 30 and > 30 to 56, as defined in 3.13, under the control of fire-fighters and intended for fire fighting and rescuing people. Turntable ladder vehicles comprise a chassis, bodywork and a powered extending structure unit in the form of a ladder with or without a rescue cage. Turntable ladder vehicles covered by this European Standard have a self-propelled chassis, the motor of which supplies the power necessary for the operation of the ladder. They do not permit operational movements to be made simultaneously. This European Standard deals with the technical safety requirements to minimize the hazards listed in Clause 4 which can arise during commissioning, operational use, routine checking and maintenance of turntable ladders when carried out in accordance with the specifications given by the manufacturer or the manufacturer's authorized representative. This European Standard deals with the use of turntable ladder vehicles within an ambient temperature range from -15 °C to +35 °C and with a wind velocity on the ladder set ≤ 12,5 m/s. Additional measures can be necessary for use outside this range. Special designs for use under special climatic conditions should be agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser. Any additional requirements are outside the scope of the standard. This European Standard does not deal with the design of a standard automotive chassis with regard to hazards resulting from or due to use as a road vehicle. This European Standard is not applicable to turntable ladder vehicles with sequential movements which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of mobile ladders with platform. It applies to mobile ladders with a working platform, with a maximum area of 1 m2, and a maximum platform height of 5 m, to be used only by one person at the time. The maximum load is 150 kg which includes a maximum combined load of the user and any tools, equipment and materials It does not apply to portable ladders according to EN 131-1, to portable ladders according to EN 131-4, to portable ladders for fire service use according to EN 1147, to loft ladders according to EN 14975, to step stools according to EN 14183, to Stairs, stepladders and guard-rails according to EN ISO 14122-3 and to insulating ladders according to EN 50528.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of mobile ladders with platform. It applies to mobile ladders with a working platform, with a maximum area of 1 m2, and a maximum platform height of 5 m, to be used only by one person at the time. The maximum load is 150 kg which includes a maximum combined load of the user and any tools, equipment and materials
It does not apply to portable ladders according to EN131-1, to portable ladders according to EN131-4, to portable ladders for fire service use according to EN 1147, to loft ladders according to EN 14795, to step stools according to EN 14183, to Stairs, stepladders and guard-rails according to EN ISO 14122-3 and to insulating ladders according to EN 50528.

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This European Standard is applicable to portable ladders made of non conductive stiles, including accessories (cradle, adjustable foot, adjustable ladder stabilizer, foot leveller device, etc.) used to work on or near electrical systems and installations in the low voltage range (below 1 000 V a.c./1 500 V d.c.). These ladders are used, to provide temporary access, generally on overhead line structures and to undertake electrical operations. They shall be used by one person only These ladders are not intended to be put in direct contact with energized parts nevertheless they provide sufficient insulation level to protect against inadvertent contact with low voltage live parts. The requirements and tests described in this European Standard shall be considered in addition to the EN 131 series.

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This European Standard specifies terms and definitions, product requirements and test methods for the construction and performance of loft ladders.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods and performance criteria for portable ladders for fire and rescue service use and associated purposes. The tests in this European Standard are type tests and not periodical tests. Non-portable ladders for fire and rescue service use are excluded from this standard.

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This European Standard is applicable to portable ladders made of non conductive stiles, including accessories (cradle, adjustable foot, adjustable ladder stabilizer, foot leveller device, etc.) used to work on or near electrical systems and installations in the low voltage range (below 1 000 V a.c./1 500 V d.c.). These ladders are used, to provide temporary access, generally on overhead line structures and to undertake electrical operations. They shall be used by one person only These ladders are not intended to be put in direct contact with energized parts nevertheless they provide sufficient insulation level to protect against inadvertent contact with low voltage live parts. The requirements and tests described in this European Standard shall be considered in addition to the EN 131 series. NOTE This European Standard does not cover ladders for applications upper than 1 000 V a.c/1 500 V d.c. These products are separately covered by a specific standard (EN 61478).

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This document applies to permanently fixed ladders made of metal which are permanently installed on the load-bearing construction of pitched roofs and which may be stepped or walked on for purposes of inspection, maintenance and repair of equipment installed above the roof surface.
This document specifies essential dimensions, materials to be used, requirements with respect to the load-bearing capacity, and the extent of testing.
This document does not cover walkways, single treads, single steps or roof ladders that are not permanently fixed nor does it cover fire escape ladders.

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This document applies to permanently fixed ladders made of metal which are permanently installed on the load-bearing construction of pitched roofs and which may be stepped or walked on for purposes of inspection, maintenance and repair of equipment installed above the roof surface.
This document specifies essential dimensions, materials to be used, requirements with respect to the load-bearing capacity, and the extent of testing.
This document does not cover walkways, single treads, single steps or roof ladders that are not permanently fixed nor does it cover fire escape ladders.

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This standard applies to permanently fixed ladders in manholes. It specifies the performance criteria for the mechanical stability and resistance providing protection against falling.
The ladders specified in this European Standard are suitable for use in sewage, rainwater, surface water and, subject to the requirements of national regulations, potable water environments.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for step stools, stairtype steps and dometype steps stools. This includes design characteristics, dimensions, materials, performance requirements, test methods and the declaration of suitability of use. The standard excludes ladders and stepladders as defined by EN131-1:1993.
The requirements are based upon the maximum total load of 150 kg.

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This standard applies to permanently fixed ladders in manholes. It specifies the performance criteria for the mechanical stability and resistance providing protection against falling.
The ladders specified in this European Standard are suitable for use in sewage, rainwater, surface water and, subject to the requirements of national regulations, potable water environments.

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This standard specifies general requirements and testing methods for steps manufactured from cast iron, steel or aluminium, for use in manholes and other underground man entry chambers as a means of access.
This standard specifies performance criteria for mechanical stability and resistance providing protection against falling. Corresponding test methods and evaluation of conformity are included.
The steps specified in this European Standard are suitable for use in sewage, surface water  and, subject to the requirements of national regulations, potable water environments.
Where steps are to be used in particular corrosive environments, e.g. industrial effluents, additional protection may be required.
This standard does not apply for steps moulded in prefabricated manholes of the same material.

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This standard specifies general requirements and testing methods for steps manufactured from cast iron, steel or aluminium, for use in manholes and other underground man entry chambers as a means of access.
This standard specifies performance criteria for mechanical stability and resistance providing protection against falling. Corresponding test methods and evaluation of conformity are included.
The steps specified in this European Standard are suitable for use in sewage, surface water  and, subject to the requirements of national regulations, potable water environments.
Where steps are to be used in particular corrosive environments, e.g. industrial effluents, additional protection may be required.
This standard does not apply for steps moulded in prefabricated manholes of the same material.

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The standard specifies requirements and testing for a single product consisting of a ladder and one separate platform where the platform height in the position of use, is no higher than 1 m and the platform is intended for use by one person at a time.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of ladders.
It applies to portable ladders.
It does not apply to ladders designed for specific professional use such as fire brigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
NOTE 1   For multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131-4 applies.
NOTE 2   For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
NOTE 3   For mobile ladders with platforms EN 131-7 applies.
NOTE 4   This standard does not apply to step stools for which EN 14183 applies.

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This European standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods for portable ladders. It does not apply to step stools or ladders for specific professional use such as firebrigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders. This European standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131-1.

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This European Standard advises on the safe use of ladders covered by the scope of EN 131 1 and fulfilling the requirements of EN 131 1, EN 131 2 and, for single or multiple hinged-joint ladders, EN 131 4 used as standing or leaning ladders.

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This European Standard specifies terms and definitions, product requirements and test methods for the construction and performance of loft ladders.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of ladders.
It applies to portable ladders.
It does not apply to ladders designed for specific professional use such as fire brigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
NOTE 1   For multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131-4 applies.
NOTE 2   For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
NOTE 3   For mobile ladders with platforms EN 131-7 applies.
NOTE 4   This standard does not apply to step stools for which EN 14183 applies.

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This European standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods for portable ladders. It does not apply to step stools or ladders for specific professional use such as firebrigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders. This European standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131-1.

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This European Standard advises on the safe use of ladders covered by the scope of EN 131-1 and fulfilling
the requirements of EN 131-1, EN 131 -2 and, for single or multiple hinged-joint ladders, EN 131-4.

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The standard specifies requirements and testing for a single product consisting of a ladder and one separate platform where the platform height in the position of use, is no higher than 1 m and the platform is intended for use by one person at a time.

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This European Standard specifies terms and definitions, product requirements and test methods for the construction and performance of loft ladders.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, tests and marking of hinged combination ladders with one or several hinge joints.
This European Standard is not applicable to hinge-joints of combination and standing ladders as defined by EN 131 1.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1 and EN 131 2.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements, tests and marking of hinged combination ladders with one or several hinge joints.
This European Standard is not applicable to hinge-joints of combination and standing ladders as defined by EN 131 1.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1 and EN 131 2.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of ladders.
It applies to portable ladders.
It does not apply to ladders designed for specific professional use such as fire brigade ladders, roof
ladders and mobile ladders.
NOTE 1 For multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131–4 applies.
NOTE 2 For telescopic ladders EN 131–6 applies.
NOTE 3 For mobile ladders with platforms EN 131–7 applies.
NOTE 4 This standard does not apply to step stools for which EN 14183 applies.

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This European Standard defines terms and specifies the general design characteristics of ladders.
It applies to portable ladders.
It does not apply to ladders designed for specific professional use such as fire brigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.
NOTE 1   For multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131-4 applies.
NOTE 2   For telescopic ladders EN 131-6 applies.
NOTE 3   For mobile ladders with platforms EN 131-7 applies.
NOTE 4   This standard does not apply to step stools for which EN 14183 applies.

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This European standard specifies the general design features, definitions, requirements and test methods for telescopic ladders.
This standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131-1:2007, EN 131-2:2010, EN 131-3:2007 and if applicable EN 131-4:2007.

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This European Standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods and defines terms for leaning and standing telescopic ladders.
Ladders with extension elements are not covered by this part of EN 131.
This part of the standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131-1:2007+A1:2011, EN 131 2:2010+A1:2012, EN 131-3:2007 and if applicable EN 131-4:2007.

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This European Standard advises on the safe use of ladders covered by the scope of EN 131 1 and fulfilling the requirements of EN 131 1, EN 131 2 and, for single or multiple hinged-joint ladders, EN 131 4 used as standing or leaning ladders.

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This European Standard advises on the safe use of ladders covered by the scope of EN 131 1 and fulfilling the requirements of EN 131 1, EN 131 2 and, for single or multiple hinged-joint ladders, EN 131 4 used as standing or leaning ladders.

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EN ISO 16665 provides guidelines on the quantitative collection and processing of subtidal soft-bottom macrofaunal samples in marine waters. This International Standard encompasses: a) development of the sampling programme; b) requirements for sampling equipment; c) sampling and sample treatment in the field; d) sorting and species identification; e) storage of collected and processed material.

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This European Standard specifies the general design features, requirements and test methods for portable ladders. It does not apply to step stools or ladders for specific professional use such as firebrigade ladders, roof ladders and mobile ladders.  It does not apply to ladders used for work on or near live electrical systems or installations. For this purpose EN 61478 applies. This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 131 1. For single or multiple hinge joint ladders EN 131 4 applies.

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