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BS 5655-6:2002

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Publication Date:
December 2002

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The British Standard 5655-6:2002 (BS 5655-6:2002) is Part 6 of a series of documents about Lifts and Service Lifts. This part of the series deals with the code of practice for the selection and installation of new lifts. This British Standard was prepared by a Technical Committee including the Department of Trade and Industry—Standards Policy Unit, the Lift and Escalator Industries Association, and Safety Assessment Federation Ltd. Special attention is afforded by this standard to the provision of lifts for disabled people. Also covered is the code of practice for lift traffic design, maintenance of lifting equipment, and safety guidelines for passenger lifts, goods lifts, and service lifts

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