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Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Part 1: General
95.99
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Part 2: Guidelines for biological assays to determine the acute inhalation toxicity of fire effluents (basic principles, criteria and methodology)
95.99
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Part 3: Methods for the analysis of gases and vapours in fire effluents
95.99
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Part 4: The fire model (furnaces and combustion apparatus used in small-scale testing)
95.99
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Part 5: Prediction of toxic effects of fire effluents
95.99
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Part 6: Guidance for regulators and specifiers on the assessment of toxic hazards in fires in buildings and transport
95.99
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 1: Limits of detection and quantification
90.93
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 2: Intralaboratory validation of quantification methods
90.93
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 3: Considerations related to interlaboratory trials
90.92
Validation method for fire gas analysis — Part 3: Considerations related to interlaboratory trials
30.99
Determination of the lethal toxic potency of fire effluents
95.99
Estimation of the lethal toxic potency of fire effluents
95.99
Estimation of the lethal toxic potency of fire effluents
90.93
Life-threatening components of fire — Part 2: Methodology and examples of tenability assessment
90.93
Life-threatening components of fire — Part 4: Comparison of models
20.00
Life-threatening components of fire — Guidelines for the estimation of time available for escape using fire data
95.99
Life-threatening components of fire — Guidelines for the estimation of time available for escape using fire data
95.99
Life-threatening components of fire — Guidelines for the estimation of time to compromised tenability in fires
90.93
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 1: Criteria
95.99
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 1: Criteria
95.99
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 1: Criteria
95.99
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 1: Criteria
90.93
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 2: Evaluation of individual physical fire models
95.99
Guidance for assessing the validity of physical fire models for obtaining fire effluent toxicity data for fire hazard and risk assessment — Part 2: Evaluation of individual physical fire models
60.60
Guidelines for preventive measures against fires in rural and wildland areas
20.00
Guidelines for assessing the adverse impact of wildland fires on the environment and to people through environmental exposure
90.92
Guidelines for assessing the adverse impact of wildland fires on the environment and to people through environmental exposure
20.20
Controlled equivalence ratio method for the determination of hazardous components of fire effluents
95.99
Controlled equivalence ratio method for the determination of hazardous components of fire effluents — Steady-state tube furnace
90.93
Methods for sampling and analysis of fire effluents
95.99
Methods for sampling and analysis of fire effluents
90.93
Toxicity testing of fire effluents — Guidance for analysis of gases and vapours in fire effluents using FTIR gas analysis
95.99
Guidance for sampling and analysis of toxic gases and vapours in fire effluents using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy
90.92
Sampling and analysis of toxic gases and vapours in fire effluents using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy
40.60
Generation and analysis of toxic gases in fire — Calculation of species yields, equivalence ratios and combustion efficiency in experimental fires
95.99
Generation and analysis of toxic gases in fire — Calculation of species yields, equivalence ratios and combustion efficiency in experimental fires
95.99
Generation and analysis of toxic gases in fire — Calculation of species yields, equivalence ratios and combustion efficiency in experimental fires
90.93
Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
95.99
Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
95.99
Guidelines for assessing the fire threat to people
90.20
Requirements for large-scale test methods to represent fire threats to people in different fire scenarios
50.20
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 1: General
95.99
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 1: General
60.60
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 2: Methodology for compiling data on environmentally significant emissions from fires
90.92
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 2: Methodology for compiling data on environmentally significant emissions from fires
20.00
Guidelines for assessing the adverse environmental impact of fire effluents — Part 3: Sampling and analysis
60.60
Environmental damage limitation from fire-fighting water run-off
90.92
Environmental damage limitation from fire-fighting water run-off
10.99
Analysis of blood for asphyxiant toxicants — Carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide
90.93
Comparison of toxic gas data from different tests — Part 1: Guidance and requirements
60.60
Guidance for comparison of toxic gas data between different physical fire models and scales
95.99
Fire chemistry — Generation and measurement of aerosols
90.20

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