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This standard establishes requirements for the design criteria, qualification testing (performance requirements), marking and instructions, user inspections, maintenance and storage and removal from service of single anchor lifelines and fall arresters for users within the capacity range of 130 to...
This standard establishes requirements for the design criteria, qualification testing (performance requirements), marking and instructions, user inspections, maintenance and storage and removal from service of single anchor lifelines and fall arresters for users within the capacity range of 130 to 310 pounds (59 to 140 kg).
1. Scope, Purpose, Application, Exceptions and Interpretations 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose and Application 1.3 Exceptions 1.4 Interpretations2. Definitions3. Design Requirements 3.1 Single Anchor Lifeline Components 3.2 Fall Arrester Components4. Qualification and Verification Testing 4.1 Test Equipment and Specimens 4.2 System and Subsystem Qualification Testing 4.3 Component, Constituent and Element Qualification Testing5. Markings and Instructions 5.1 General Marking Requirements 5.2 Specific Marking Requirements 5.3 General Instruction Requirements 5.4 Specific Instruction Requirements6. User Inspection, Maintenance and Storage of Equipment 6.1 Inspection 6.2 Maintenance and Storage7. References Appendix: Figures
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