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BOTSWANA BUREAU OF STANDARDSSTANDARDS CATALOGUEJUNE 2018

ContentsMission, Vision, Values3About Botswana Bureau of Standards7How to use the catalogue8How to place your order9List of Abbreviations10List of Technical Committees11Main ICS Subject Fields12Botswana Standards listed in numerical order13Compulsory Standards listed in numerical order112List of standards classified by subject116Other publications162Withdrawn Standards164Subject Index167 Botswana Bureau of StandardsPrinted in GaboroneStandards catalogueUpdated: June 20182

MISSION STATEMENTOur mission is:To establish and promote national standards in order to enhancetrade, benefit business and protect consumers and theenvironment.Vision StatementTo be recognized for excellence in standardization services.BOBS Values Innovation Diligence Transparency Team Spirit BothoStandards catalogueUpdated: June 20183

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The standards published by BOBS are subject to periodical review andrevision. The reader is therefore advised to contact the Information Centrefor the latest version of the standard.Standards catalogueUpdated: June 20186

About Botswana Bureau of StandardsIntroductionThe Botswana Bureau of Standards catalogue reflects all BOS standards that have beenprinted. The catalogue is reviewed twice a year to reflect the new standards that would havebeen published in between.BackgroundFollowing the adoption of the Standards Act by the Botswana Parliament in 1995, the BotswanaBureau of Standards (BOBS) became a Parastatal in April 1997 as envisaged in the Act. A twelve(12) member Standards Council heads the organization. BOBS is the official body responsible forall issues related to standardization and quality assurance at the national level. BOBS is also a fullmember of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the national contact point forall Southern African Development Community (SADC) programmes related to standardization andquality assurance and the national Enquiry Point for standards regulations under the World TradeOrganization Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement (WTO/TBT).BOBS was formed with the primary objectives of formulating Botswana standards and coordinatingquality assurance activities in Botswana, with the mission to improve the quality of life of the citizensof Botswana. This is done through the following departments: Standards, Regulatory Compliance,Commercial Enterprise, and Corporate Services.Information CentreBOBS Information Centre is a depository of technical and technological information. The Centre isan international reference point for information about standards, technical regulations andcertification systems in Botswana.The range of standards available at the Centre includes, Botswana, regional and internationalstandards. These standards are not available on loan, but can be used by anyone for referencepurposes in the centre. The other alternative is of course to buy and details are found in thenext section (How to place an order)Standards catalogueUpdated: June 20187

How to use the catalogueBotswana standards are arranged in numerical order and by subject with an alphabetical subjectindex.Sample entry(a)(b)BOS ISO 9001: 2015(c)(d)Quality management systems: RequirementsRequirements for a quality management system where an organizationneeds to demonstrate its ability to provide products that fulfil customerand applicable regulatory requirements and aims to enhance customersatisfaction.ICS: 03.120.10Price code: 17(e)a)c)e)g)Pages: 44(f)Code of the standardsTitleClassification number for the standardNumber of pages(g)b)d)f)Year of publicationScopePrice codeHow to place your orderBotswana Standards (BOS) are available at our Information Centre.(a) Customers from within BotswanaClients outside Gaborone may fax or mail their orders. Always quote the standard number asshown in the catalogue and/or quotation to avoid making mistakes.Payment is by cash or company cheque in (Pula). Money can be deposited into BOBS bankaccount directly and proof of payment faxed or sent by email. The account number is availedupon request.(b) Customers outside BotswanaBotswana Standards may be obtained through respective countries’ national standards bodies.Payment is by bank drafts in US Dollars payable to Botswana Bureau of Standards.Standards catalogueUpdated: June 20188

For enquiries please contact:Information CentreBotswana Bureau of StandardsPrivate Bag BO 48GaboroneTel: 267 390 3200Fax: 267 390 3120Toll free: 0 800 600 900Email: [email protected] TableThe prices for Botswana Standards are subject to change without notice.PRICES FOR BOTSWANA STANDARDSCODENO. OF 8586-9091-Standards catalogueBOS PRICE Updated: June 20189

List of abbreviationsAFDAgriculture and Food DivisionASTMAmerican Society for Testing and MaterialsBCDBuilding and Construction DivisionBOBSBotswana Bureau of StandardsBOSBotswana StandardBW PBotswana Currency (Pula)CDChemicals DivisionEEDElectrical Engineering DivisionEMDEnvironmental Management DivisionGPDGeneral Purpose DivisionICSInternational Classification for StandardsISOInternational Organization for StandardizationMEDMechanical Engineering DivisionSABSSouth African Bureau of StandardsTCDClothing & TextilesStandards catalogueUpdated: June 201810

List of Technical Committees ED10TCD1TCD2TCD3Name of TCFruits and vegetablesAnimal feeding stuffsCereal and pulsesMilk and milk productsBakery productsFruit and vegetables drinksMeat, poultry, fish, egg and their productsBeekeeping and bee productsCement, Lime and Masonry UnitsTilesRoadsConcrete, reinforced concrete, pre-stressed, precast concrete and related productsPlastics Pipes & AccessoriesSteel for ConstructionTimber and timber productsFurnitureBuilding Environment DesignPaints and varnishesStationeryLaboratory and Industrial ChemicalsOccupational Health and SafetyHygiene Maintenance Cleaning & ChemicalsPlastic ProductsSolar photovoltaic energy systemsElectrical Installations and AccessoriesTelecommunications and accessoriesSolar ThermalSafety and performance of household and similar electrical appliancesGalvanic cells and batteriesEnvironmental ManagementWater qualityQuality Management SystemsHotels and related establishmentsCasino EquipmentNational COPOLCOPackaging and labellingGeographic Information and GeomaticsSocial ResponsibilityRisk Management and Societal SecurityMetal CastingsLiquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)Solid Fuel Fired EquipmentWindow & DoorframesMotor VehiclesFire SafetyAgricultural Machinery & Farm ImplementsWelding and Allied ProcessesLifting EquipmentPetroleum Products and LubricantsTextile and ClothingLeather and Leather ProductsArts and craftsStandards catalogueUpdated: June 201811

International Classification for Standards (ICS)Main ICS Subject 555961656771737577798183858791939597Generalities. Terminology. Standardization. DocumentationSociology. Services. Company Organization and Management. Administration. TransportMathematics. Natural SciencesHealth Care TechnologyEnvironment and Health Protection. SafetyMetrology and Measurement. Physical PhenomenaTestingMechanical Systems and Components for General UseFluid Systems and Components for General UseManufacturing EngineeringEnergy and Heat Transfer EngineeringElectrical n Technology. Office EquipmentImage TechnologyPrecision Mechanics. JewelleryRoad Vehicle EngineeringRailway EngineeringShip Building and Marine StructuresAircraft and Space. Vehicle EngineeringMaterials Handling EquipmentPackaging and Distribution of GoodsTextile and Leather TechnologyClothing IndustryAgricultureFood TechnologyChemical TechnologyMining and MineralsPetroleum and Related TechnologiesMetallurgyWood TechnologyGlass and Ceramics IndustriesRubber and Plastics IndustriesPaper TechnologyPaint and Colour IndustriesConstruction Materials and BuildingCivil EngineeringMilitary EngineeringDomestic and commercial equipment. Entertainment. SportsStandards catalogueUpdated: June 201812

CatalogueBotswana standards listed in numerical orderBOS 1: 2008 2nd ed.Water taps (metallic)Requirements for three classes of screw-down and non -screw-down metallic water taps (including stoptaps) for the supply of water at temperatures not exceeding 75 C.ICS: 23.040.40Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 2 – 1: 2005 2nd ed.Solar photovoltaic energy systems - Part 1: Design andinstallation on buildings - Code of practiceRequirements for design and installation of photovoltaic energy systems on buildings such asDomestic, school, office and industrial buildings, whose total power does not exceed 10 000 watt peak.ICS: 27.160Price code: 16Pages 36BOS 3-1: 2002The handling, storage & distribution of liquefied petroleumgas in domestic, commercial & industrial installations – Part 1: Liquefied petroleum gasinstallations involving gas storage containers of individual water capacity not exceeding500 l & a combined water capacity not exceeding 3 000 l per installationThis part of Botswana Standard gives recommendations of the materials, the methods of construction andinstallation of equipment used in the handling, storage or distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic,commercial and industrial installations that involve gas storage containers of individual water capacity notexceeding 500 l and of a combined water capacity not exceeding 3 000 l. It also gives recommendationsregarding the installation of appliances, piping, fittings and other components. It covers the maintenance,inspection and testing of the various components of equipment. It does not cover any installation to caravansor mobile homes.ICS: 23.020.30Price code: 19Pages: 52BOS 3-2:2017The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefiedpetroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations. Part 2: Installation of LPGsystems in mobile units, including but not limited to caravans, motor homes , park homes and mobilekitchensICS: 75.200Price code: 16Pages: 40BOS 3-3: 2011The handling, storage and distribution and maintenance of liquefiedpetroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations – Part 3: Liquefied petroleum gas(LPG) installations involving storage vessels of individual water capacity exceeding 500 l –SpecificationThis part of Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the layout, design and installation of liquefiedpetroleum gas equipment and of storage vessels of individual water capacity exceeding 500 l and associatedvaporizers, pipe work and fittings up the outlet of the first pressure reduction stage in the line.Recommendations are also given in regard to the fitting of automatic and other devices (operative in the event ofphysical damage to the installation) for the purpose of ensuring maximum security, for the storage of the gasfrom a design point of view, and for limiting the escape of liquid through normal pressure-relief fittings.It also covers provisions for underground and above ground liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage tanks andassociated equipment such as pumps, dispensers and pipework at service stations, container filling sites andconsumer installations.It also covers dedicated LPG dispensing stations.It does not cover refrigerated LPG storage.Standards catalogueUpdated: June 201813

ICS: 23.020.30Price code: 18Pages: 48BOS 3-4: 2005The handling, storage & distribution of liquefied petroleum gas indomestic, commercial & industrial installations - Part 4: Transportation of LPG in bulk by road –Code of practiceThis part of the code of practice contains recommendations for the design, construction, inspection, fittingsand filling ratio of tanks used in transportation of LPG in bulk by road, the design of vehicles and ancillaryequipment, and operating practice.ICS: 23.020.30Price code 10Pages 20BOS 3 – 7: 2011The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefiedpetroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations - Part 7: Storage and fillingsites for refillable liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers of capacity not exceeding 9kg andthe storage of individual gas containers not exceeding 48kg – Code of practiceThis part of BOS 3 specifies the minimum requirements for the location and installation of andoperations at the storage and filling sites for refillable liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers ofcapacity not exceeding 9kg and the storage of individual gas containers of capacity not exceeding 48kg. Itidentifies safe methods of filling and storing refillable containers and makes recommendations towardssafe working procedures that cover all aspects of the storage and filling of refillable containers.This standard also covers the storage of non-refillable containers.ICS: 23.020.30Price code: 13Pages 28BOS 4: 2012 2nd ed.Tomato – Grading requirementsThis Botswana Standard applies to fresh tomatoes of varieties “or cultivars” grown from Lycopersiconesculentcum Mill, which are for direct human consumption and excludes tomatoes for industrialprocessing. It is intended to define the quality attributes of fresh tomato after harvesting and to gradethem according to the different quality levels. It also covers aspects of pesticide residue limits and postharvest activities, all intended for marketing purposesICS: 67.080.20Price code: 8Pages 16BOS 5: 2009 2nd ed. See page 109BOS 6-1: 2016Symbolic safety signs – Part 1: Standard signs and generalrequirementsRequirements for standard ordinary non-reflective symbolic safety signs, including signs applied onmirrors or on vinyl sheets (decals). The standard also specifies general requirements applicable to selfluminous (radio-luminescent), internal illuminated, retro-reflective and photo-luminescent symbolicsafety signs (complete with their backing sheets, where applicable).This standard does not cover road signs.ICS: 01.080.10; 13.100Price code: 23Pages 84BOS 8 – 1: 2008 see page 109BOS 8 – 2: 2012 2nd ed.Poultry feeds – Part 2: Ostrich feeds – SpecificationThis Botswana Standard specifies the basic requirements for ostrich feedsICS: 65.120Standards cataloguePrice code: 8Pages: 16Updated: June 201814

BOS 9:2014General requirements for labelling and presentation of prepackaged productsSpecifies requirements for providing information regarding pre-packaged products. It sets rules of ageneral nature applicable to all pre-packaged products put on the market.It is applicable to pre-packaged products to be delivered as such to the ultimate consumer, but excludesfoods, feeds, tobacco and pharmaceutical products. It also addresses some aspects relating topresentation of pre-packaged products.This standards prohibits the use of information that would mislead the purchaser.Other legislation might exist for labelling requirements for reasons of health, safety or tax, or for otherpurposes such as date limit for sale or use, and storage temperature; however, such labellingrequirements (including those specified in applicable product standards) should be taken into accountas appropriate.ICS: 55.020Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 11: 2000Paints and varnishes – Undercoats for paintsRequirements for two grades of undercoat for use under air-drying paints.ICS: 87.040Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 12-1: 2013 2nd ed.Road markings – Part 1: Single-pack solvent and water bornepaints – SpecificationThis Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for conventional solvent-borne paints suitable formarking traffic bearing bituminous or concrete road surfaces, and makes provision for white, yellow andother colours.Note: Paints applied over bituminous screeds less than three months old or over concrete surfacesless than one month old are regarded as temporary markings with an expected service life or less thansix months.ICS: 93.080.30Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 13-1: 2000Solar heating systems for hot water – Part 1: Direct and indirectsystems – Code of practiceSolar heating systems for domestic hot water which use flat plate collectors to directly or indirectly heatwater.ICS: 27.160Price code: 13Pages: 28BOS 13-2: 2000Solar heating systems for hot water – Part 2: Integral collectortank system – Code of practiceSolar heating systems for domestic hot water in which the solar collector also functions as a heat (water)storage device.ICS: 27.160Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 14: 2000Penetration grade bitumenFour penetration grades of bitumen suitable for road construction and similar purposesICS: 75.140Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 15: 2000Semi-flexible vinyl tilesSmooth-surfaced semi-flexible vinyl floor tiles of six types based on tile thickness.ICS 75.140Standards cataloguePrice code: 12Pages: 24Updated: June 201815

BOS 16: 2010 2nd ed.Metal roofing tiles - SpecificationThis standard covers the requirements for metal roofing tiles (coated or uncoated) supplied in the formof carbon steel sheets, aluminium alloy sheets or stainless steel sheets (each comprising a series ofsimulated tile units), and for trim sections (of the same materials) designed for use in conjunction withtile units of the same material and appropriate profile.ICS: 77.140.50; 77.150.10; 91.06.20Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 17: 2000Cutback bitumenRequirements for medium curing (ML) cutback for road construction and similar purposesICS 75.140Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 18: 2000Cationic bitumen road emulsionsRequirements for three types (of the appropriate grade(s) given in table 1) of cationic bitumen roademulsions suitable for the preparation and treatment of road and other surfaces carrying wheeled andfoot traffic.ICS: 75.140Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 19: 2000Stationery - Ball point pensRequirements for single – cartridge ballpoint pens, replacement refills and direct-fill ball point pens,which have black, blue, green or red inks.ICS: 97.180Price code: 13Pages: 28BOS 20: 2000Paints and vanishes – Primers for wood for interior and exterioruseCovers primers for wood for interior and exterior use.ICS: 87.040Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 21: 2000Paints and vanishes – Decorative high gloss enamel paint forinterior and exterior useCovers the following types of ready mixed decorative high gloss alkyd base enamel paint for interiorand exterior use as a finishing coat on metal, wood, sealed plaster walls and concrete surfaces,composition board, and similar materials that have been primed or painted previously.ICS: 87.040Price code: 13Pages: 28BOS 22: 2000Paints and vanishes – Bituminous aluminium paintCovers one type of bituminous aluminium paid for interior and exterior use on primed metal, masonryasbestos cement, and wood surfaces.ICS: 87.040Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 23: 2000Paints and vanishes – Finishing paint aluminium typeCovers the following grades of aluminium paint for use as a finishing coat on primed surfaces for interiorand exterior exposure.ICS: 87.040Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 24: 2009Concrete roofing tiles - SpecificationThe Botswana Standard specifies the requirements for concrete roofing tiles, limited to those describedin the text, for assembly into pitched roof coverings.ICS: 91.100.30Standards cataloguePrice code: 12Pages: 24Updated: June 201816

BOS 25: 2008 2nd ed. see page 109BOS 26: 2009 2nd ed. see page 109BOS 27: 2000Concrete masonry unitsPrecast solid and precast hollow concrete masonry units for use in walling.ICS: 91.100.30Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 28: 2016Burnt clay masonry unitsThis standard covers burnt clay masonry units for use in masonry wallingICS: 91.100.20Price code: 13Pages: 28BOS 29: 2016Concrete paving blocksCovers blocks made from concrete, which are used for the construction of paved surfaces.ICS: 91.100.30; 93.080.20Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 30: 2000Burnt clay paving unitsSpecifies the characteristics of burnt clay paving units.ICS: 91.100.15; 91.100.20; 93.100.20Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 32: 2015 3rd ed.Drinking water - SpecificationSpecifies the quality of acceptable drinking water, defined in terms of microbiological, organoleptic andchemical determinants.Water that complies with this Botswana standard is deemed to present an acceptable health risk forlifetime consumption.ICS: 13.060.20Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 33: 2000Anionic bitumen road emulsionsRequirements for stable-mix type grade 60 anionic bitumen road emulsion suitable for the preparationand treatment of road and other surfaces carrying wheeled and foot traffic.ICS: 75.140Price code: 8Pages: 16BOS 34: 2009Flexible vinyl flooring – SpecificationThis Botswana Standard specifies the characteristics of smooth-surfaced flexible vinyl flooring, in tile orsheeting form. The flooring may be marbled or mottled throughout its thickness.ICS: 75.140Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 35: 2000Fibre concrete roofing tilesRequirements for fibre concrete roofing tiles. Also specifies the quality of raw materials, dimensionalrequirements and performance characteristics of the finished tiles.ICS: 91.100.30Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 36: 2009 2nd ed.Windows, casement doors and sidelights steel frames –SpecificationThis Botswana Standard covers windows, casement doors and sidelights, and fanlights fabricated fromhot rolled mild steel sections, complete with fittings and ancillary components.ICS: 91.060.50Standards cataloguePrice code: 18Pages: 48Updated: June 201817

BOS 38: 2001Water quality – Determination of colourSpecifies three methods for examination and determination of colour: by visually observing a watersample in a bottle.ICS: 13.060.50Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 40-1: 2001 see page 109BOS 41-1: 200113 A plugs, socket-outlets, adaptors and connection units – Part1: Rewirable and non-rewirable 13 A fused plugsSpecifies requirements for 13 A fused plugs having insulating sleeves on line and neutral pins, forhousehold, commercial and light industrial purposes, with particular reference to safety in normal use.ICS: 29.120.20Price code: 21Pages: 64BOS 41-2: 200113 A plugs, socket – outlets, adaptors and connection units – Part2: switched and unswitched socket – outlets.Requirements for a 13 A switched and unswitched shuttered socket – outlets for household, commercialand light industrial purposes, with particular reference to safety in normal use.ICS: 29.120.30Price code: 20Pages: 60BOS 41-3: 200113 A plugs, socket – outlets, adaptors and connection units – Part3: Adaptors.Requirements for adaptors having insulating sleeves on the line and neutral plug pins and suitable foruse with socket-outlets complying with BOS 41: part 2.ICS: 29.120.30Price code: 22Pages: 80BOS 41-4: 200913 A plugs, socket – outlets, adaptors and connection units – Part4: Switched and unswitched 13 A fused connection units – Specification.This part of BOS 41 specifies requirements for 13 A fused connection units for household, commercialand light industrial purposes, with particular reference to safety in normal use. The connection units aresuitable for the connection of appliances, in a.c. circuits only, operating at voltages not exceeding 250V r.m.s. at 50 Hz.ICS: 29.120.30Price code: 19Pages: 52BOS 42: 2001Masonry walling – Code of practiceGuidance on the correct selection and use of materials in the construction of masonry walling in generalsituations.ICS: 91.060.10Price code: 22Pages: 70BOS 43: 2011 2nd ed.Onions – Grading requirementsThis Botswana Standard specifies requirements for the grading of onions (Allium cepa L.), varieties(cultivars) which are for direct consumption. This standard defines the quality attributes of inions afterharvesting and grades them according to the different sizes and quality levels. It also covers aspects ofpesticides residue limits, sampling, inspection, packaging and labelling. It does not cover onions forindustrial processing.ICS: 67.080.20Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 45: 2001Paints and vanishesCovers one type of calcium plumbate primer with an alkyd base.ICS: 87.040Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 47: 2001Paint and vanishes – Roof paintsCovers two types of roof paints for use on treated or weathered galvanized iron roofs.ICS: 87.040Standards cataloguePrice code: 10Pages: 20Updated: June 201818

BOS 50-1: 2014 3rd ed.Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part1: Fully serviced hotels - SpecificationThis Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess fully servicedhotels in Botswana.ICS: 03.080.30Price Code: 14Pages: 32BOS 50-2: 2014 3rd ed.Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part2: Selected serviced hotels - SpecificationThis Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess selected servicehotels in BotswanaICS: 03.080.30Price Code: 13Pages: 28BOS 50-3: 2014 3rd ed.Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part3: Game lodges and tented camps - SpecificationThis Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess game lodges andtented camps in BotswanaICS: 03.080.30Price Code: 16Pages: 36BOS 50-4: 2014 3rd ed.Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part4: Bed and Breakfast - SpecificationThis Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess bed and breakfastestablishments in BotswanaICS: 03.080.30Price Code: 14Pages: 32BOS 50-5: 2014 3rd ed.Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part5: Guesthouses - SpecificationThis Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess guesthouses inBotswanaICS: 03.080.30Price Code: 14Pages: 32BOS 50-6: 2014 3rd ed.Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part6: Self-catering establishments.This Botswana Standard defines the grading requirements that will be used to assess self-cateringestablishments in BotswanaICS: 03.080.30Price Code: 16Pages: 36BOS 50-7:2016Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part7: Remote camping grounds – SpecificationDefines grading requirements for assessing remote camping grounds.ICS: 03.200; 97.200.30Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 50-8:2016Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part7: Urban camping grounds – SpecificationDefines grading requirements for assessing urban camping grounds.ICS: 03.200; 97.200.30Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 50-9:2016Hotels and related establishments – Grading requirements – Part9: Wilderness camping grounds – SpecificationDefines grading requirements for assessing wilderness camping grounds.ICS: 03.200; 97.200.30Standards cataloguePrice code: 4Pages: 8Updated: June 201819

BOS 50-10:2016Hotels and relatedestablishments –Gradingrequirements – Part 10: Participation tented mobile safaris – SpecificationDefines grading requirements for assessing participation tented mobile safaris that combine active andparticipation safaris.ICS: 03.200; 97.200.30Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 50-11:2016Hotels and relatedestablishments –Gradingrequirements – Part 11: Non Participation tented mobile safaris – SpecificationDefines grading requirements for assessing non-participation tented mobile safaris, also referred to asfully serviced safaris.ICS: 03.200; 97.200.30Price code: 12Pages: 24BOS 51: 2003Electrical installations in buildings – Code of practiceCovers the design, selection, erection, inspection and testing of electrical installations.ICS: 91.140.50Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 54: 2002Domestic solar heating systems for hot water – On site testmethod – Thermal performanceSpecifies an on-site test method for the indication of thermal performance of the installed domestic solarwater heating systems.ICS: 27.160Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 57: 2009 2nd editionThe testing of motor vehicles for roadworthiness – code ofpracticeCovers the examination and testing for roadworthiness of all vehicles used on public roads. It has to beused in conjunction with the Road Traffic Act, 1975 and its regulations.ICS: 43.020Price code: 20Pages: 56BOS 58: 2011 2nd ed.Headed cabbage – Grading requirementsThis Botswana Standard specifies requirements for common headed cabbages of cultivars grown fromBrassica oleracea var. Capitata L. (including red cabbages) to be supplied fresh to the consumer. Italso covers post-harvest activities all intended for marketing purposes. It does not cover headedcabbages for industrial processing.ICS: 67.080.20Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 59: 2011Potatoes – Grading requirementsThis Botswana Standard specifies grading requirements for potatoes of cultivars grown from Solanumtuberosum L. To be supplied fresh to the consumers. The standard also covers post-harvest activitiesall intended for marketing purposes. It does not cover potatoes for industrial processing.ICS: 67.080.20Price code: 6Pages: 12BOS 60: 2009Road vehicles – Leaf spring – SpecificationThis Botswana Standard covers general requirements for materials, leaf spring assembly and individualspring leaves for road vehicles.ICS: 77.140.25Price code: 10Pages: 20BOS 63: 2009 2nd ed. see page 109BOS 64: 2013 2nd ed. see page 109BOS 65-1: 2003 see page 109Standards catalogueUpdated: June 201820

BOS 65-2: 2003 see page 109BOS 65-2:2015 2nd ed.The production of reconditioned fire-fighting equipment Part2: Fire hose reels and above-ground hydrantsSpecifies the procedures that apply to the effective reconditioning of fire hose reels and above-groundfire hydrants. It does not cover the replacement or installation of the hose reels and above-groundhydrants.ICS: 13.220.

BOS 3-2:2017 The handling, storage, distribution and maintenance of liquefied petroleum gas in domestic, commercial and industrial installations. Part 2: Installation of LPG systems in mobile units, including but not limited to caravans, motor homes , park homes and mobile kitchens ICS: 75.200 Price code: 16 Pages: 40 .