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EVS-EN 1005-2:2003+A1:2008

Safety of machinery - Human physical performance - Part 2: Manual handling of machinery and component parts of machinery CONSOLIDATED TEXT

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Valid from 05.12.2008
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EN 1005-2:2003+A1:2008
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2006/42/EC Machinery (MD)
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05.12.2008
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This European Standard specifies ergonomic recommendations for the design of machinery involving manual handling of machinery and component parts of machinery, including tools linked to the machine, in professional and domestic applications. This European Standard applies to the manual handling of machinery, component parts of machinery and objects processed by the machine (input/output) of 3 kg or more, for carrying less than 2 m. Objects of less than 3 kg are dealt with in prEN 1005-51). The standard provides data for ergonomic design and risk assessment concerning lifting, lowering and carrying in relation to the assembly/erection, transport and commissioning (assembly, installation, adjustment), operation, fault finding, maintenance, setting, teaching or process changeover and decommissioning, disposal and dismantling of machinery.
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