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BS 14100:2020 Control of hazardous energy on machinery. Specification

BS 14100:2020

Control of hazardous energy on machinery. Specification

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Standard number:BS 14100:2020
Pages:52
Released:2020-02-24
ISBN:978 0 580 99359 6
Status:Standard
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BS 14100:2020


This standard BS 14100:2020 Control of hazardous energy on machinery. Specification is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.110 Safety of machinery

This British Standard provides requirements for the control of hazardous energy whilst work is being carried out on machines.

This British Standard includes requirements for machinery in relation to electrical and mechanical hazards (i.e. moving parts, or parts that could move).

NOTE 1 For requirements for other hazards, see, for example, BS EN ISO 4413 and BS EN ISO 4414, which provide guidance on hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

NOTE 2 For guidance on controlling electrical hazards, see The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EWR) [3] and associated guidance HSR 25 “The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 Guidance on Regulations” [4] and HSG85 “Electricity at work safe working practices” [5].

This British Standard also provides requirements for fixed equipment, such as motors and pumps fed via plug and socket-outlets.

This British Standard does not apply to:

  1. machines fed at high voltage;

    NOTE 3 High voltage is defined in BS 7671 as above 1 000 volts A.C. or 1 500 volts D.C.

  2. material handling vehicles (e.g. forklifts, pallet trucks), rider operated vehicles, construction plant machinery, mobile elevated working platforms or road vehicles;

  3. transportable or portable work machine (including powered hand tools), although the basic principles can often be applied; and

  4. process plant equipment.

    NOTE 4 For general guidance on isolation of process equipment, see HSG253 [6].