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Homepage>BS Standards>47 SHIPBUILDING AND MARINE STRUCTURES>47.020 Shipbuilding and marine structures in general>47.020.50 Deck equipment and installations>BS EN 13574:2001 Inland navigation vessels. Permanently installed climbing devices with a length not exceeding 5 m
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BS EN 13574:2001 Inland navigation vessels. Permanently installed climbing devices with a length not exceeding 5 m

BS EN 13574:2001

Inland navigation vessels. Permanently installed climbing devices with a length not exceeding 5 m

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Standard number:BS EN 13574:2001
Pages:16
Released:2001-09-07
ISBN:0 580 37893 4
Status:Standard
DESCRIPTION
This standard BS EN 13574:2001 Inland navigation vessels. Permanently installed climbing devices with a length not exceeding 5 m is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 47.020.50 Deck equipment and installations
  • 97.145 Ladders
  • 47.060 Inland navigation vessels
  • 47.020.70 Navigation and control equipment
This Standard specifies the requirements for the design and construction of permanently installed vertical climbing devices made of steel with a length not exceeding 5 m, used on inland navigation vessels. For the purposes of this standard the term permanently installed climbing devices covers ladders, step irons, dog step ladders and integral treads including handholds. This European Standard does not apply to stairs. These are covered by EN 790 and EN 13056.
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