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JGJ 80-2016

Chinese Standard: 'JGJ 80-2016'
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Detail Information of JGJ 80-2016; JGJ80-2016
Description (Translated English): Technical code for safety of working at height of building construction
Sector / Industry: Building & Construction Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard: P09
Classification of International Standard: 13.100
Word Count Estimation: 66,623
Date of Issue: 2016-07-09
Date of Implementation: 2016-12-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard): JGJ 80-1991
Quoted Standard: GB 50009; GB 50017; GB 50720; GB 4053.1; GB 5725; GB 7059; GB 12142; GB 25849; GB/T 27548
Drafting Organization: Shanghai Construction Engineering Design & Research Institute Co., Ltd
Administrative Organization: Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of the People Republic of China
Regulation (derived from): Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development Bulletin 2016 No. 1205
Summary: This standard applies to the construction work in the high operation of the edge, hole, climbing, floating, operating platform, cross-operation and safety net erection and other operations. This standard also applies to other high-altitude operations of various types of holes, pits, ditches, troughs and other parts of the construction.

Related standard:   JGJ 147-2016
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