According to information from the Products Distribution Department of "STANDARTINFORM" the most popular among consumers is the October standard for general requirements to the competence of testing and calibration laboratories - GOST ISO/IEC 17025-2019.
Besides, the interest was aroused by GOST 12.0.004-2015, Occupational safety standards system. Organization of training for safety and health at work. General requirements, which came into force more than three years ago and replaced the document of the same name. The standard establishes the main types and forms of training and testing knowledge on labor safety related to labor activity and training of the younger generation - the future labor potential of the country. According to the standard, occupational safety training, combined with the internal motivation of employees to strictly observe safety requirements, effectively prevents many work-related injuries and diseases.
September GOST 31937-2011, Buildings and constructions. Rules of inspection and monitoring of the technical condition, introduced for the first time in 2014. The standard is a regulatory basis for monitoring the degree of mechanical safety and design work to improve the mechanical safety of buildings and structures. The document applies to work to assess the possibility of further accident-free operation, as well as to identify objects whose structures have changed their stress-strain state.
GOST 31108-2020, Common cements. Specifications, will come into force in March next year. The standard applies to cements made of Portland cement clinker. Mineral additives are used for their production, as well as gypsum or other materials containing calcium sulfate to regulate setting time. According to GOST, in terms of material composition general construction cements are subdivided into portland cement, additional portland cement, portland cement with mineral additives, slagportland cement, pozzolanic and composite cements.
GOST R 58927-2020, Fuel dispensers. General specifications, introduced for the first time in the beginning of the month, was very popular in October. GOST applies to fuel dispensers (fuel-dispensing units) designed to measure the amount of gasoline and diesel fuel dispensed to the tank of cars or consumer containers. According to the standard, the height of the dispenser crane of fuel dispensers above ground level should be 2.6 m. Vacuum pressure at the inlet module - not less than 0.035 MPa for gasoline and not less than 0.05 MPa - for diesel. The fuel-dispensing unit provides gasoline output at minus 40 ° C to plus 35 ° C and diesel from minus 40 ° C to plus 50 ° C.