Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
  • te draaien
  • characterized by a buoyant rhythm
"a tripping singing measure"



Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
    • moving easily and quickly; nimble
    "walked with a light tripping step"




    1. He's tripping balls.
    2. Risk of slipping, tripping or falling
    3. Circuit breaker tripping in substations and on trains has to be coordinated.
    4. For many hazards it is possible to envisage unlikely circumstances which could lead to very serious effects, e.g. tripping over cable, falling and banging head leading to death, although a less serious outcome is more likely.
    5. Parts of the machinery where persons are liable to move about or stand must be designed and constructed in such a way as to prevent persons slipping, tripping or falling on or off these parts.
    6. The machinery must be designed and constructed in such a way as to ensure that the difference in level between the carrier and the landing being served does not create a risk of tripping.
    7. Having examined standard EN 12312-9:2005, the Commission has established that it fails to meet the essential health and safety requirement 1.5.15 of Annex I to Directive 98/37/EC on the risk of slipping, tripping or falling, in conjunction with the essential health requirement 1.1.2(b) of that Annex on the principles of safety integration.
    8. Having examined standard EN ISO 14122-4:2004, the Commission has established that the specifications set out in its clauses 4.3.2 (choice of the type of fall protection device) in conjunction with clauses 6.2 (instructions for use) and 6.3 (marking) fail to meet essential requirements 1.1.2(b) (principles of safety integration), 1.5.15 (risk of slipping, tripping or falling) and 1.6.2 (access to operating positions and servicing points) of Annex I to Directive 98/37/EC.
    9. Where there is more than one step, each step may extend into the area of the vertical projection of the next step by up to 100 mm and the projection over the tread below shall leave a free surface of at least 200 mm (see Annex 4, Figure 8) with all step nosings being designed such as to minimise the risk of tripping and being in a contrasting colour or colours.