This document provides information to prepare training materials and to administer training for operators of rough-terrain trucks (herein referred to as trucks). It is applicable to trucks, as defined in ISO 10896-1, ISO 10896-2 and ISO 20297-1. It is applicable to the handling of suspended loads covered in ISO 10896-4 and the use of non-integrated personnel work platforms covered in ISO 18479-1. This document does not cover authorization or training requirements related to a specific worksite (for example, site rules, emergency procedures, safety systems of work). NOTE National or local requirements can apply.

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This document specifies general safety requirements for non-slewing, rough-terrain variable-reach trucks (referred to as trucks), with rigid chassis and equipped with a telescopic lifting means (pivoting boom) on which a load-handling device such as a carriage with fork arms is typically fitted. Fork arms and other integrated attachments are considered to be parts of the truck. NOTE These trucks are also known as telehandlers, or telescopic handlers. For the purpose of this document, trucks are designed to transport, lift and place loads and can be driven on unimproved terrain. They can also be equipped with a variety of attachments or interchangeable equipment (e.g. fork arms, bale spikes, mowers, sweepers) which can be both load-carrying and non-load-carrying. Other standards, in addition to the relevant provisions of this document, can apply to the attachments. This document is not applicable to the following: a) industrial variable-reach trucks covered by ISO 3691-2; b) machines designed primarily for earth moving, such as loaders, even if their buckets are replaced by fork arms (see ISO 20474-3); c) trucks with articulated chassis; d) machines designed primarily with variable-length load suspension elements (e.g. chain, ropes) from which the load can swing freely in all directions (mobile cranes); e) trucks fitted with personnel/work platforms, designed to move persons to elevated working positions; f) trucks designed primarily for container handling. The significant hazards covered by this document are listed in Annex A. This document does not address hazards that can occur: — during manufacture; — when handling suspended loads, which can swing freely (see ISO 10896-4); — when using trucks on public roads; — when operating in potentially explosive atmospheres; — with a battery, LPG or hybrid as the primary power source.

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This document specifies requirements for application, inspection, training, maintenance, repair and safe operation (herein referred to as safe use) of non-slewing variable-reach rough-terrain trucks (herein referred to as trucks), as defined in ISO 10896-1. It is intended to achieve the following: — the prevention of personal injuries, property damage and accidents; — the establishment of criteria for inspection, maintenance and operation; — the establishment of operator training requirements. The safe use requirements for slewing trucks, the interface between rough-terrain trucks and integrated personnel work platforms that can be fitted to rough-terrain trucks and the handling of freely suspended loads with rough-terrain trucks are covered by the other parts of the ISO 11525 series. The safe use requirements for non-integrated personnel work platforms are covered in ISO 18479‑2. This document is not applicable to lorry-mounted trucks. NOTE National or local requirements can apply.

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This document specifies requirements for application, inspection, training, maintenance, repair and safe operation (herein referred to as safe use) of slewing variable-reach rough-terrain trucks (herein referred to as trucks), as defined in ISO 10896-2. It is intended to achieve the following: — the prevention of personal injuries, property damage and accidents; — the establishment of criteria for inspection, maintenance and operation; — the establishment of operator training requirements. The safe use requirements for non-slewing trucks, the interface between rough-terrain trucks and integrated personnel work platforms that can be fitted to rough-terrain trucks and the handling of freely suspended loads with rough-terrain trucks are covered by the other parts of the ISO 11525 series. The safe use requirements for non-integrated personnel work platforms are covered in ISO 18479-2. This document is not applicable to lorry-mounted trucks. This document is not applicable to mobile cranes. NOTE National or local requirements can apply.

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ISO 20297-1:2017 specifies safety requirements and their verification for industrial and rough-terrain lorry‑mounted trucks (hereafter referred to as "trucks"). ISO 20297-1:2017 is applicable to those trucks capable of self-loading onto a carrier vehicle. It is not applicable to - trucks that are driven onto the carrier vehicle, or - trucks that are loaded onto the carrier vehicle with the assistance of external means, i.e. crane or other lifting device. ISO 20297-1:2017 deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to machinery, when it is used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. The significant hazards covered by this document are listed in Annex A. ISO 20297-1:2017 does not address hazards which can occur - during manufacture, - when handling suspended loads, which may swing freely, - when using trucks on public roads, - when operating in potentially explosive atmospheres, - with a battery or hybrid as the primary power source. ISO 20297-1:2017 does not address the requirements of road safety when the truck is mounted on the carrier vehicle. ISO 20297-1:2017 is not applicable to trucks manufactured before the date of its publication.

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ISO 18063-1:2016 applies to rough-terrain variable-reach trucks (hereinafter referred to as ?trucks') that have a specific seated operator's position on the left-hand side of the boom or centre position (excluding operator position on the right side of the boom). ISO 18063-1:2016 specifies a static test method for determining and evaluating the operator's visibility on a rectangular 1 m boundary around the rough-terrain variable-reach truck and on a 12 m radius visibility test circle. Performance requirements for visibility are specified in this document. ISO 18063-1:2016 does not apply to - trucks designed to handle freight containers (reach stackers), - articulated telescopic wheel loaders, - slewing trucks, or - lorry mounted trucks.

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ISO 10896-7:2016 specifies design, safety and verification requirements for longitudinal load moment systems which can be used on rough-terrain trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks). This document provides requirements for both the longitudinal load moment indicator (hereafter referred to as LLMI) and the longitudinal load moment control (hereafter referred to as LLMC) used on rough-terrain trucks, defined in ISO 10896‑1, in a stationary position performing loading or placing functions on consolidated, stable and level ground. It is not applicable to the following: - lorry-mounted trucks as defined in ISO 20297‑1; - slewing variable-reach trucks as defined in ISO 10896‑2. ISO 10896-7:2016 deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to longitudinal load moment systems when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. ISO 10896-7:2016 does not cover the risk due to lateral instability or instability due to the travelling of the truck. The longitudinal load moment system is not intended for warning of the overturning risk while the truck is travelling. ISO 10896-7:2016 is not applicable to longitudinal load moment systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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ISO 18479-2:2016, intended to be used together with ISO 18479‑1 and ISO 10896‑1, defines user requirements for rough-terrain trucks when fitted with a non-integrated personnel work platform (PWP) as an attachment. This includes non-integrated PWPs that have a means of being affixed to the truck forks. NOTE National or local requirements can apply, which could be more stringent. User requirements for rough-terrain trucks fitted with a personnel work platform having controls which affect travel or movement of the rough-terrain truck are not covered by this part of ISO 18479 (see ISO 18893).

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ISO 11525-4:2016, when used in conjunction with ISO 11525‑1 or ISO 11525‑2, defines specific user requirements relating to the use of non-slewing and slewing variable-reach trucks operating with freely suspended loads. When provisions of this part of ISO 11525 are different from those which are stated in ISO 11525‑1 or ISO 11525‑2, the provisions of this part of ISO 11525 take precedence over the provisions of ISO 11525‑1 or ISO 11525‑2. It is intended to achieve the following: a) prevention of personal injuries, property damage and accidents; b) establishment of criteria for inspection, maintenance, operation and training. NOTE National or local requirements can apply, whichever could be more stringent. General user requirements for non-slewing variable-reach trucks are given in ISO 11525‑1. General user requirements for slewing variable-reach trucks are given in ISO 11525‑2. ISO 11525-4:2016 is not applicable to flexible intermediate bulk containers as defined in ISO 21898.

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ISO 10896-2:2016 specifies general safety requirements for slewing rough-terrain variable-reach trucks (hereafter known as "trucks"), consisting of a lower chassis with a slewing upper structure equipped with a telescopic lifting means (pivoted boom), on which a load handling device (e.g., carriage and fork arms) is typically fitted. Fork arms and other integrated attachments are considered to be parts of the truck. Other standards, in addition to the relevant provisions of this part of ISO 10896, can apply to the attachments. ISO 10896-2:2016 is not applicable to the following: a) rough terrain variable-reach trucks covered by ISO 10896‑1 (non-slewing); b) industrial variable-reach trucks covered by ISO 3691‑2; c) mobile cranes; d) machines designed primarily for earth-moving, such as loaders, even if their buckets are replaced by fork arms (see ISO 20474); e) trucks designed primarily with variable-length load suspension elements (e.g. chain, ropes) from which the load may swing freely in all directions; NOTE Additional requirements for trucks intended for freely swinging load applications, their lifting devices and attachments, and personnel/work platform applications on trucks, are being developed by ISO/TC 110/SC4. f) trucks designed primarily for container handling. The significant hazards covered by this part of ISO 10896 are listed in Annex A. This part of ISO 10896 does not address hazards that can occur - during manufacture, - when handling suspended loads, which may swing freely, - when lifting personnel, - when using trucks on public roads, - when operating in potentially explosive atmospheres, or - with a battery, LPG or hybrid as the primary power source.

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ISO 10896-5:2015 defines design and safety requirements, and means for their verification, for the interface between a non-slewing or slewing variable-reach rough-terrain truck (hereafter referred to as "trucks") and an integrated personnel work platform (hereafter referred to as "integrated PWP"). ISO 10896-5:2015 does not address the design or safety requirements related to the personnel work platform itself. These requirements are covered within national and international standards for mobile elevating work platforms. Personnel work platforms without control(s) that affect movement or mechanism(s), which interlock the platform to the truck, often referred to as non-integrated work platforms, are excluded from ISO 10896‑5:2015.

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ISO 18479-1:2015 defines design criteria and safety requirements for non-integrated personnel work platforms (PWPs) which, if approved for use on the rough-terrain truck, can be fitted and secured to the forks, carriage or attachment bracket of a rough-terrain truck to elevate occupants with or without materials and tools to raised work positions without any controls in the platform to control movement. Design, safety requirements and test methods for variable-reach rough-terrain trucks are covered in ISO 10896‑1. Personnel work platforms equipped with controls which affect movement of the rough-terrain truck are excluded from this part of ISO 18479. The requirements of this part of ISO 18479 shall apply except where national or local regulations are more stringent. ISO 18479-1:2015 is not applicable to non-integrated personnel work platforms manufactured before the date of its publication.

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ISO 10896-6:2015 specifies safety requirements and means of verification for tilting operator's cabs of trucks covered by ISO 10896‑1 and ISO 10896‑2, where the seat index point (SIP) height is lifted not more than 400 mm when the cab is fully tilted. ISO 10896-6:2015 only deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to the tilting cab affixed to trucks.

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ISO 10896-4:2015 specifies the additional safety requirements and means of verification for rough-terrain variable-reach trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks) fitted with a lifting attachment for handling suspended loads which can swing freely in one or more directions. It is applicable to trucks covered by ISO 10896‑1 and ISO 10896‑2. ISO 10896-4:2015 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. ISO 10896-4:2015 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. ISO 10896-4:2015 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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ISO 22915-24:2015, together with ISO 22915‑1, specifies the tests for verifying the stability of slewing variable-reach rough-terrain trucks (hereafter also referred to as trucks), equipped with fork arms or with load carrying or non-load carrying attachments. It is not applicable to those trucks equipped with the following: - integrated and non-integrated personnel work platforms; - tracks; - equipment to operate on rails.

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ISO 11525-5:2015 defines user requirements for the interface between a non-slewing or slewing rough-terrain truck (hereafter referred to as truck) and an integrated work platform (hereafter referred to as integrated PWP). It is intended to achieve the following: a) the prevention of personal injuries, property damage, and accidents; b) the establishment of criteria for inspection, maintenance, operation, and training. NOTE National or local requirements can apply, which could be more stringent.

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This part of ISO 22915 specifies the tests for verifying the stability of rough-terrain counterbalanced trucks with mast, equipped with fork arms or with load handling attachments with a rated load up to and including 10 000 kg. It is not applicable to those trucks designed for handling freight containers.

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ISO 22915-14:2010 specifies tests for verifying the stability of rough-terrain variable-reach trucks, equipped with fork arms or with load carrying or non-load carrying attachments. It is not applicable to those trucks designed for handling freight containers or for lifting people or suspended loads.

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ISO 11525-2:2015 gives specific requirements relating to the use of slewing variable-reach rough-terrain trucks (hereafter referred to as trucks), as defined in ISO 10896‑2. It is intended to achieve the following: a) the prevention of personal injuries, property damage and accidents; b) the establishment of criteria for inspection, maintenance, operation and training. For general user requirements for (non-slewing) variable-reach trucks, refer to ISO 11525‑1. For additional user requirements for variable-reach trucks handling freely suspended loads, refer to ISO 11525‑4. National or local requirements can apply, which could be more stringent.

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