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This document specifies the safety requirements for mobile demolition machinery that is designed for demolishing by pushing or pulling, or fragmenting by crushing or shearing, buildings and/or other civil engineering structures and their component parts and/or separating the resultant debris. Mobile demolition machinery can be an earth-moving machine (see EN 474-1:1994, -3:1996, -4:1996, -5:1996 and prEN 474-12:1998) equipped with special equipment and attachments for demolition work, for example, ball, breaker, crusher, hydraulic or free-fall hammers, jaws. Mobile demolition machinery may be controlled either by a ride-on operator or by a remote control system (see Figure 1). Machines for specific applications, for example, road surface breaking machines and remotely controlled demolition machines are also included in this document. This document deals with all significant hazards pertinent to mobile demolition machinery (see Clause 4), when they are used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer. This document specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards. The base machine can have the same safety requirements as other types of mobile construction machinery and these will therefore comply with the requirements of the European and International standards written for other machines (see normative references). This document includes those requirements which are necessary for mobile machinery only when they are designed to be used in the demolition process. This document applies primarily to the machines which are manufactured after the date of approval of the standard by CEN.
|Nederlandse titel||Mobiele sloopmachines - Veiligheidseisen|
|Engelse titel||Mobile demolition machines - Safety requirements|