Standard of the month August 2016
Safety of machinery - Safety-related parts of control systems - Part 1: General principles for design (ISO 13849-1:2015); German version EN ISO 13849-1:2015
This part of ISO 13849 provides safety requirements and guidance on the principles for the design and integration of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS), including the design of software.
Compilation of standards – edition 2016 – CD-ROM; single-user-version
Anyone planning to implement an environmental management system or wishing to optimize one already in place need only purchase this updated CD Environmental management DIN EN ISO 14001 ff. standards to have all the standards and normative documents they need – in compact form.
Standard of the month February 2016
Guidance on application of ISO 9241-307 - LCD- screens for workstations
This DIN SPEC provides decision guidance for the specification of LCD screens at visual display workstations according to DIN EN ISO 9241-307. It is intended to be used by persons responsible for procuring visual displays (such as procurement operators, companies’ safety committees, occupational safety and health professionals).
Continuous conveyors - Belt conveyors for loose bulk materials - Basis for calculation and dimensioning
The standard DIN 22101 applies to belt conveyors for loose bulk materials and contains the design principles forming the basis for requirements applicable to major belt conveyor components such as drives, brakes and take-up devices.
Consumer product safety - Guidelines for suppliers
As the recent problems with tainted food, drugs, toys and other consumer products have made clear, more needs to be done to protect consumers. The new standard ISO 10377 provides universally applicable guidance and practical tools to identify, assess, eliminate or reduce potential safety risks before the products enter the market.
Consumer product recall - Guidelines for suppliers
Only a handful of countries have legislative or regulatory requirements and provide guidance for business on how to manage a recall, leading to an uneven and inconsistent approach to consumer product recall and gaps in consumer protection at the national and international levels.