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AS/NZS ISO 22846.1:2020

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Personal equipment for protection against falls - Rope access systems, Part 1: Fundamental principles for a system of work

Objective of this Standard is to give the fundamental principles for the use of rope access methods for work at height. It is intended for use by employers, employees and self-employed persons who use rope-access methods, by those commissioning rope-access work and by rope-access associations.This Standard is applicable to the use of rope-access methods on buildings, other structures (on- or offshore) or natural features (such as cliff faces), during which ropes are suspended from or connected to a structure or natural feature. It is applicable to situations where ropes are used as the primary means of access, egress or support and as the primary means of protection against a fall. This Standard is not intended to apply to the use of rope-access methods for leisure activities, arboriculture, general steeplejack methods or emergency personal-evacuation systems, or to the use of rope-access (line rescue) techniques by the fire brigade and other emergency services for rescue work or for rescue training. This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 22846-1:2003, Personal equipment for protection against falls - Rope access systems - Part 1: Fundamental principles for a system of work.

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