EVS-EN 16307-5:2013

Industrial trucks - Safety requirements and verification - Part 5: Supplementary requirements for pedestrian-propelled trucks

General information
Valid from 06.05.2013
Base Documents
EN 16307-5:2013
Directives or regulations
2006/42/EC Machinery (MD)
Standard history
This European Standard gives requirements for the types of industrial trucks specified in the scope of EN ISO 3691-5. This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN ISO 3691-5. These requirements are supplementary to those stated in EN ISO 3691-5 with the addition of following hazards: - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC); - When operating in potentially explosive atmospheres. This European standard partially replaces the following requirements of EN ISO 3691-5: - Electrical requirements. This European standard defines supplementary requirements to EN ISO 3691-5: - 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 standard.
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