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The installation and servicing of electrical fire alarm systems
   Abstract
This Code of Practice applies to the installation and servicing of electrical fire alarm system in buildings. It covers alarm systems using manual call points, heat detectors, smoke detectors and flame detectors.
: CP 10 : 2005 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
Code of practice for hazardous waste management
   Abstract
This code on hazardous waste management sets out the procedures and practices on safe management and handling of hazardous wastes generated from industrial activities. It also sets out the key regulatory requirements for collection, transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of hazardous wastes. This code does not apply to bio-hazardous and radioactive wastes.
: CP 100 : 2004 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
Code of practice for safe use of powered counterbalanced forklifts
   Abstract
This code specifies the safety requirements for the manufacture, application, operation and maintenance of powered counterbalanced forklifts. It lays down the responsibilities of the various parties involved. This code does not apply to industrial forklifts that do not apply lifting with forks and the use of counterweights for balance. For the purpose of this code, the term “forklift” will refer to “powered counterbalanced forklift”.
: CP 101 : 2004 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
Code of practice for the filling, inspection, testing and maintenance of containers for the storage and transport of compressed gases - Seamless metal containers for gases, excluding dissolved acetylene
   Abstract
Part 1 of this Code of Practice specifies the minimum requirements for the filling, inspection, testing and maintenance of transportable seamless metal gas containers (hereinafter referred to as ‘containers’) of 1 litre water capacity and above. It does not apply to aluminium containers, welded metal containers or to dissolved acetylene containers whether with welded or seamless shells. NOTE – The titles of the publications referred to in this Code of Practice are listed at the end of the standard.
: CP 12 - 1 : 2000 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
The filling, inspection, testing and maintenance of containers for the storage and transport of compressed gases - Part 2 : Containers for dissolved acetylene gas
   Abstract
1.1 Part 2 of this Code of Practice specifies the minimum requirements for the inspection and maintenance before filling, fining and periodic inspection and maintenance of transportable dissolved acetylene containers (hereinafter referred to as "cylinders" or "containers"). It applies to containers with water capacity from 0.5 I to 150 I. 1.2 Due to the presence of a porous mass in the container, neither a hydraulic test nor visual inspection of internal surface is carried out. NOTE - The titles of the publications referred to in this standard are listed at the end of the standard.
: CP 12 : Part 2 : 1998 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
Code of practice for scaffolds
   Abstract
This Code is a guide for the design, construction and use of common scaffolds normally used in construction, maintenance, repair and demolition work, excepting those for the support of permanent work, commonly referred to as temporary works or falsework, and suspended scaffolds. Recommendations for suspended scaffolds may be found in SS CP 20.
: CP 14 : 1996 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
Code of practice for installation, operation and maintenance of escalators and passenger conveyors
   Abstract
This Code of Practice shall apply to the design, construction, installation, operation, testing, inspection and maintenance of escalators and passenger conveyors. This Code does not preclude new developments of escalators and passenger conveyors from becoming incorporated provided they satisfy the safety requirements of this Code. Requirements related to the life of the escalators and passenger conveyors are not included in this Code as they depend on the place of installation and clients' special specifications.
: CP 15 : 2004 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
: CP 15 : 2004 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
: CP 15 : 2004 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current
Earthworks
   Abstract
This Singapore Standard recommends a Code of Practice for earthworks forming parts of general civil engineering and other land-based development works. Section One of this Code describes methods of designing and constructing cuttings and bulk excavation. It also covers embankments and areas of general regrading in cut and fill for highways, railways and airfields. Certain works such as docks and power stations include both bulk excavation in open ground and deep excavations with supported sides, the latter being dealt with mainly in Section Two. Section Two of this Code describes methods of excavating trenches, pits and shafts in various types of ground and methods of forming temporary supports to the sides. Trenches, pits, and shafts are excavated to enable some form of permanent construction to be founded at the level of the bottom of the excavation and any permanent support to the ground faces to be formed. Section Three of this Code concerns with safety procedures and pollution control. It covers the statutory obligations and precautions against incidental hazards as well as water and noise pollution controls. For the purposes of this Singapore Standard, the definitions given in Appendix A shall apply, together with those given in BS 1377.
: CP 18 : 1992 | : SPRING Singapore | : Singapore
  : Soft Copy | : Current