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A3.4 International Standards Related to Lifts, Escalators and Moving Walks

BS ISO 4190-1: 1999: Lift (US: Elevator) installation. Class I, II, III and VI lifts
BS ISO 4190-1: 2010: Lift (Elevator) installation. Class I, II, III and VI lifts
BS ISO 4190-2: 2001: Lift (US: Elevator) installation. Class IV lifts
ISO 4190-3: 1982: Passenger lift installations. Service lifts class V
ISO 4190-5: 1987: Lifts and service lifts (USA: Elevators and dumbwaiters). Control devices, signals and additional fittings
BS ISO 4190-5: 2006: Lift (elevator) installation. Control devices, signals and additional fittings
ISO 4190-6: 1984: Lifts and service lifts (USA : elevators and dumbwaiters). Passenger lifts to be installed in residential buildings. Planning and selection (under review)
ISO 4344: 2004: Steel wire ropes for lifts. Minimum requirements
ISO 7193: 1985: Wheelchairs. Maximum overall dimensions
ISO 7465: 2001: Passenger lifts and service lifts. Guide rails for lift cars and counterweights. T-type
ISO 7465 : 2007: Passenger lifts and service lifts. Guide rails for lift cars and counterweights. T-type
ISO/DIS 7465: 2005: Passenger lifts and service lifts. Guide rails for lift cars and counterweights. T-type
ISO 8383: 1985: Lifts on ships. Specific requirements
ISO 9386: Power-operated lifting platforms for persons with impaired mobility:
ISO 9386-1: 2000: Power-operated lifting platforms for persons with impaired mobility. Rules for safety, dimensions and functional operation. Vertical lifting platforms
ISO 9386-2: 2000: Power-operated lifting platforms for persons with impaired mobility. Rules for safety, dimensions and functional operation. Powered stairlifts for seated, standing and wheelchair users moving in an inclined plane
ISO 9589: 1994: Escalators. Building dimensions
ISO/TR 11071-1: 1990: Comparison of worldwide lift safety standards. Electric lifts (elevators)
ISO/TR 11071-1: 1990: Amd 1: 1999: References to Japanese standards
ISO/TR 11071-1: 1990: Amd 2: 2001: References to Australian standards
ISO/TR 11071-2: 1996: Comparison of worldwide lift safety standards. Hydraulic lifts (elevators)
ISO/TR 11071-2: 1996: Amd 1: 1999: References to Japanese and Australian standards
PD ISO/TR 11071-1: 2004: Comparison of worldwide lift safety standards. Electric lifts (elevators)
ISO/TR 11071-2: 1996: Comparison of worldwide lift safety standards. Hydraulic lifts (elevators)
ISO/TR 11071-2: 1996: Amd 1: 1999: References to Japanese and Australian standards
ISO/TS 14798: 2000: Lifts (elevators), escalators and passenger conveyors. Risk analysis methodology
DD ISO/TS 14798: 2006: Lifts (elevators), escalators and moving walks. Risk assessment and reduction methodology
BS ISO 14798: 2009: Lifts (elevators), escalators and moving walks. Risk assessment and reduction methodology
ISO/TR 16764: 2003: Lifts, escalators and passenger conveyors. Comparison of worldwide standards on electromagnetic interference/electromagnetic compatibility
ISO/TR 16765: 2003: Comparison of worldwide safety standards on lifts for firefighters
BS ISO 18738: 2003: Lifts (elevators). Measurement of lift ride quality
prBS ISO 18738-1: 2010: Measurement of lift ride quality. Lifts (elevators)
BS ISO 18738-2: 2012: Measurement of ride quality. Escalators and moving walks
PD ISO/TS 18870: 2014: Lifts (elevators). Requirements for lifts used to assist in building evacuation
BS ISO 22199: 2009: Electromagnetic compatibility. Product family standard for lifts, escalators and moving walks. Emission
BS ISO 22200: 2009: Electromagnetic compatibility. Product family standard for lifts, escalators and moving walks. Immunity
BS ISO 22201: 2009: Lifts (elevators). Design and development of programmable electronic systems in safety-related applications for lifts (PESSRAL)
BS ISO 22201-2: 2013: Lifts (elevators), escalators and moving walks. Programmable electronic systems in safety related applications. Escalators and moving walks (PESSRAE)
PD ISO/TR 22201-3: 2013: Lifts (elevators), escalators and moving walks. Programmable electronic systems in safety related applications. Life cycle guideline for programmable electronic systems related to PESSRAL and PESSRAE
DD ISO/TS 22559-1: 2004: Safety requirements for lifts (elevators). Global safety requirements (GESRs) for lifts (elevators)
BS ISO 22559-1: 2014: Safety requirements for lifts (elevators). Global essential safety requirements (GESRs)
DD ISO/TS 22559-2: 2010: Safety requirements for lifts (elevators). Safety parameters meeting the global essential safety requirements (GESRs)
DD ISO/TS 22559-3: 2011: Safety requirements for lifts (elevators). Global conformity assessment procedures (GCAP). Prerequisites for certification of conformity of lift systems, lift components and lift functions
DD ISO/TS 22559-4: 2011: Safety requirements for lifts (elevators). Global conformity assessment procedures (GCAP). Certification and accreditation requirements
ISO/DTS 25740-1: 2007: Safety requirements for escalators and moving walks. Global essential safety requirements (GESRs)
DD ISO/TS 25740-1: 2011: Safety requirements for escalators and moving walks. Global essential safety requirements (GESR)
ISO/TR 25741: 2008: Lifts and escalators subject to seismic conditions. Compilation report
ISO/DTR 25743: 2009: Lifts (elevators). Study into the use of lifts for evacuation during an emergency
PD ISO/TR 25743: 2010: Lifts (elevators). Study of the use of lifts for evacuation during an emergency
ISO/CD 25744: 2007: Escalators and moving walks. Measurement of ride quality
BS EN ISO 25745-1: 2012: Energy performance of lifts, escalators and moving walks. Energy measurement and verification
BS EN ISO 25745-2: 2015: Energy performance of lifts, escalators and moving walks. Energy calculation and classification for lifts (elevators)
BS EN ISO 25745-3: 2015: Energy performance of lifts, escalators and moving walks. Energy calculation and classification of escalators and moving walks