Report on BSN100 standards Oxygen System Safety update for BSi ACE001 committee

Technical report


Benson, CM (2016). Report on BSN100 standards Oxygen System Safety update for BSi ACE001 committee. British Standards Institution.
AuthorsBenson, CM
TypeTechnical report
Abstract

This was an update and recommendation on changes to BS N100 series of standards, primarily parts 5 and 7, relating to revision of unsafe advice and improvement to material selection and incident investigation.

KeywordsOxygen systems; Aircraft; Aircraft sub-systems; British Standards
Year2016
PublisherBritish Standards Institution
Publication dates
Print02 Mar 2016
Publication process dates
Deposited16 Mar 2017
Accepted02 Mar 2016
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CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
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