ISO/FDIS 14738:2023 / Safety machinery - Anthropometric requirements design workstations industries / services / Ed. 3 - 2023
ID 20388 | 13.09.2023 Status: FDIS / Preview Abbonati in allegato / Download scheda
Safety of machinery - Anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations for industries and services
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This International Standard is part of a set of ergonomics standards relating to anthropometry.
This International Standard describes how these ergonomics principles should be applied, using anthropometric requirements for the design of workstations in the industries (machinery) and services.
NOTE: Utility company offering services for individuals or professionals all service companies were in 2015 destined for half to companies that integrate them into their production process as consumptions Intermediate.
This concerns: trade, transport, accommodation and catering; Information and communication, financial and insurance activities but also scientific and technical activities, administrative and Support Services.
In addition, it is recommended that the postures and movements that are imposed by the machinery design are evaluated as described in ISO 11226.
For work and workstations involving manual handling and repetitive tasks, designers are also advised to refer to ISO technical report TR 12295 Handling Ergonomics (an ergonomics application document for ISO standards on manual handling, ISO 11228-1, ISO 11228-2 and ISO 11228-3) and the Evaluation
of Static Working Postures (ISO 11226).
1.1.7. Operating positions
3. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS TO OFFSET HAZARDS DUE TO THE MOBILITY OF MACHINERY
3.2. WORK POSITIONS
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Norme armonizzate Direttiva macchine 2006/42/CE (DM)
Direttiva macchine 2006/42/CE