Developers, manufacturers and users of machines must adhere to standards and guidelines. As a rule, this is the only way in which they can guarantee the safe condition and safe use of their components and systems.
Dealing with these standards is not easy, however since the standards have been devised for different areas of application. It is not uncommon for contradictions to arise making it difficult for users to find their way.
In each case, both manufacturer and user have to supply a certificate of conformity confirming the adherence to the relevant standards.
Below are some examples of standards frequently used in safety technology:
Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems
- Comprehensive standard of safety technology
- Organizational measures and technical principles
EN ISO 13849
Safte of machinery – Safety-related parts of control systems
Safety of machinery; Functional safety of electrical, electronic and programmable electronic control systems
EN 50126, EN 50128, EN 50129
Series of standards for railway applications
Functional safety – Safety-instrumented systems for the process industry sector
- Installation of safety products and systems
- Combination of components of different SIL classes
- Applications for Plants
Road vehicles – Functional safety
ISO 25119 / EN 16590
Tractors and machinery for agriculture and foresty
DO 178B / ED12B
Standard for software considerations in airborne systems and equipment
Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines
Safety of machinery – Electro-sensivitive protective equipment
Industrial communication networks – Functional safety field buses
IEC 62280, Parts 1 and 2
Railway applications – Safety-related communication in closed/open transmission
Electrical equipment for furnaces
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