The BS7036 is a Code of practice for safety at powered doors for pedestrian use. BSI British Standards is the UK's national standards organization that produces standards and information products that promote and share best practice. It serves the interests of a wide range of industry sectors as well as governments, consumers, employees and society overall, to make sure that British, European and international standards are useful, relevant and authoritative.
BS7036 is a standard that automatic doors have to comply with if they are to have any commercial viability. Advice on BS7036 automatic doors can easily be sought from various health and safety agencies as well as automatic door providers themselves. When you seek advice on BS7036 automatic doors you will see that there is a whole host of safety considerations which must be accounted for when fitting automatic doors. BS7036 is a British Standard that has been formulated as a code of practice for the use of automatic doors for pedestrian use.
The BS7036 can be purchased directly from the BSI (see links page).
Once the engineer is ready to take the BS7036 exam, please contact us to arrange a place. Testing's are carried out throughout the UK and are arranged depending on demand. The test paper consists of 54 questions; the pass mark is 72%. The exam takes an hour, and is a multiple choice paper.
Application Forms are downloadable below. Please insure the correct application form is used depending on status. Electrical Information is extra study material which is included in the exam.