BS EN ISO 14122-1 PDF

ISO gives general requirements for access to stationary machines and guidance about the correct choice of means of access when necessary. BS EN ISO Safety of machinery — Permanent means of access to machinery Part 1: Choice of fixed means and general requirements of access. BS EN ISO Safety of machinery – permanent means of access to machinery. Choice of fixed means and general requirements of access (ISO.

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Permanent means of access to machinery.

The Red document status indicator indicates that the document is an old version The document has likely been withdrawn by the publisher, also the meta data presented here may be out of date as it is no longer being maintained by the editorial teams at NBS. One issue that is not addressed particularly well in the standard is the question of under what circumstances a permanent means of access is required, though an ISO risk assessment will help.

The four parts are, in full:. Our site requires cookies to function, click here for more information Ok, thank you. An additional note draws attention to other possible hazards, and the reader is also reminded of ISO relating to risk assessments. Check out our FAQs. jso

BS EN ISO 14122-1:2016

You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:. 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. However, great care should be taken with ribbed ramps, bearing in mind that subclause 4.

If guard-rails are being installed alongside platforms or walkways, Part 3 will have to be used in conjunction with Part 2 as well.

BS EN ISO 14122 download: free White Paper on machinery access

We use cookies to make our website easier to use and to better understand your needs. Clause 7Specific requirements applicable to guard-railsstates that guard-rails shall be installed when the height of the possible fall exceeds mm, if the gap between the platform and machine structure exceeds mm or if the protection provided by the structure is not equivalent to a guard-rail.

For example, rather than require an access point so that lubrication points can be reached, lubrication points should be made accessible from ground level or a lubrication circuit and pump could be installed. Machine manufacturers small, medium and large enterprises Health and safety bodies regulators, accident prevention organizations, market surveillance, etc.


Annex A gives examples of changes that can be made to the machine or system to make better access possible.

This document Older versions. Clause 6, Verification of safety requirementsappears to contradict subclause 5.

Free to use BIM project management tool provides step-by-step help to define, manage and validate responsibility for information development and delivery iwo each stage of the asset life cycle in level 2 BIM projects. For the significant hazards covered by this part of ISOsee Clause 4. This part of the standard is not applicable to machinery manufactured before the date of its publication. Furthermore, a permanent means of access can prove to be very cost-effective compared with the cost of erecting scaffolding on multiple occasions.

Please contact me Request a quote Request a risk assessment Send me a brochure. Clause 8Verification of safety requirementsgives a choice of testing or calculation.

Free Machine Accident Investigation Kit To help companies meet their statutory obligations and prevent future accidents. Procter’s ido ISO White Paper, which runs to 11 pages, introduces the standard and explains how it relates to machine guarding and machine safety. As well as applying to rigidly attached means of access, the standard also applies to non-powered adjustable or movable parts such as sliding or folding ladders. Want access to British Standards?

Sign up to our newsletter for regular email updates on the latest Guarding news and products. Where there are hazards not covered by the standard, such as moving parts of machinery, extreme temperatures or hazards caused by the environment, the standard says that these should be considered and addressed by, for example, preventing unauthorised access.

Earlier this White Paper mentioned the need to prevent unauthorised access. This is Part 1 in a series of four international standards which define general requirements for safe access to machinery. Annex ARequirements for the design of anti-climb devices, is normative and should, dn, be complied with often an Annex to a standard is informative only. Furthermore, although the standard is not applicable retrospectively, anyone who is concerned about the adequacy and safety of an existing permanent means of access will also benefit from reading the White Paper.

Annex C lists the significant technical changes between ISO Code of practice for the design of industrial type stairs, permanent ladders and walkways AMD No longer current but cited in Building Regulations guidance.

The ISO series as a whole is applicable to both stationary and mobile machinery where fixed means of access are necessary.

Enn will therefore help readers to understand and interpret the machinery access standard, whether they are new to designing permanent means of access or have designed them before but using the previous edition of the standard. This website is best viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3.


The Amber document status indicator indicates that some caution is needed when using this document – it 141222-1 either: Anyone responsible for specifying or designing machines or permanent iao of access, including building or civil constructions where the main function is to provide access to a machine or process, should download or request a copy of the new White Paper.

Rather than presenting a line-by-line analysis of the standard, the White Paper explains some of the concepts and technical details that are not immediately obvious when reading the standard. Furthermore, three-point contact needs to be maintained except for very brief periods eg starting a screwheavy objects should not be carried, leaning ladders should be secured and, if stepladders are used and side loads are imposed, then the stepladder should be secured.

However, the same subclause states that the minimum height of the guard-rail shall be mm, so it appears that the former may be a typographical error and the height of the handrail should be greater than or equal to mm.

However, the scope of the standard specifically excludes powered means of access lifts, escalators or other devices designed to move persons between levels. The four parts are all B-Type standards, meaning they deal with specific aspects of machinery safety and can be applied to a wide range of categories of machinery.

The faster, easier way to work with standards. Clause 4 of Part 1 lists the most significant hazards to consider when determining the type and location of the means of access.

ANSI ASC A and BS EN ISO Fixed Ladder Safety of Machinery Package

While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that the relevant parts of the standard are referred to, whether the intention is to use custom-designed or modular access systems manufactured from steel, stainless steel, aluminium or another material. As with guards, when considering means of access the first approach should be to design-out the risks. Document Status Indicators The Green document status indicator indicates that the document is: Furthermore, 1412-21 standard applies to parts of the building or civil construction if the main function of these 114122-1 to provide access to the machine.

It also supplies guidance about the correct choice of means of access when necessary access to the stationary machine is not possible directly from the ground level or from a floor.