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Stairs, ladders and walkways. Code of practice for the design of helical and spiral stairs (reprinted incorporating amendment No.1 and Corrigenda Nos. 1, 2 and 3)

BS 5395-2:1984

Stairs, ladders and walkways. Code of practice for the design of helical and spiral stairs (reprinted incorporating amendment No.1 and Corrigenda Nos. 1, 2 and 3)

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Core Supplement

Series

BS

Abstract

Covers materials, dimensions, fire protection, means of escape.

History

Amendment 6076 dated July 1989 - indicated by a sideline in the margin. Amendment dated July 2008 - Corrigendum to replace poor quality figures. Amendment C2 dated March 2009 - Table 2: "Minimum outer going" corrected to "Maximum outer going" This corrigendum corrects an error that appears in some versions of this standard only. Amendment C3 dated June 2009 - Corrigendum to replace incorrect figures including keys and to correct equation in 5.2. Confirmed October 2016.

ISBN

9780580675607

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