This document specifies requirements for typical conference systems, the parts they are composed of, the auxiliary devices necessary for their use (such as microphones, headphones, and sound reinforcement equipment) and the environment in which they are used. These requirements ensure interoperability and optimum performance under conditions of normal operation.
It is applicable to both wired and wireless systems.
The environment and areas where events are held are described in Annex A.
This document facilitates the determination of the quality of conference systems, the comparison of different systems and the assessment of their proper use by listing their characteristics. This document contains the technical backbone of ISO 20108 and ISO 20109.

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This European Standard specifies product characteristics for demountable stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. This standard is not applicable to stands of a moveable type where last row of places for spectators is under 1 m height from the ground.
NOTE   Amusement parks are covered by EN 13814, Fairground and amusement park machinery and structures - Safety.

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This document specifies requirements and recommendations for using simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms in settings where the interpreters are, or are not, in the same room as participants and speakers at a communicative event. In conjunction with ISO 20108, this document provides the relevant requirements and recommendations for the quality and transmission of sound and image to interpreters and from interpreters to participants, and for the configuration of the interpreter's working environment.

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This European Standard specifies design and management requirements for spectator facilities at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
This European Standard is not applicable to other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, auditoriums, lecture halls and similar places where persons congregate.
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This document specifies requirements for typical conference systems, the parts they are composed of, the auxiliary devices necessary for their use (such as microphones, headphones, and sound reinforcement equipment) and the environment in which they are used. These requirements ensure interoperability and optimum performance under conditions of normal operation. It is applicable to both wired and wireless systems. The environment and areas where events are held are described in Annex A. This document facilitates the determination of the quality of conference systems, the comparison of different systems and the assessment of their proper use by listing their characteristics. This document contains the technical backbone of ISO 20108 and ISO 20109.

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This document specifies design and management requirements for spectator facilities at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
This document is not applicable to other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, auditoriums, lecture halls and similar places where persons congregate.
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This European Standard specifies design requirements for layout and product characteristics for separating elements within spectator accommodation at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
Other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, lecture halls and similar are excluded from this standard.
Elements and barriers included in this standard are:
a)   barrier front of a row of fixed seats;
b)   barrier adjacent to end row of seats;
c)   barrier behind  a rear row of seats;
d)   barrier at the foot of a gangway or on stairway, aligned at right angles to the direction of movement;
e)   side and lateral barrier, aligned parallel to the direction of spectator movement;
f)   barriers gangway in standing  areas, aligned at right angles to the direction of spectator movement;
g)   crush barriers;
h)   barriers for spectator galleries barrier;
i)   external perimeter barriers and barriers by sectors.

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This document specifies design requirements for layout and product characteristics for separating elements within spectator accommodation at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
Other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, lecture halls and similar are excluded from this document.
Elements and barriers included in this document are:
-   barrier front of a row of fixed seats;
-   barrier adjacent to end row of seats;
-   barrier behind  a rear row of seats;
-   barrier at the foot of a gangway or on stairway, aligned at right angles to the direction of movement;
-   side or lateral barrier, aligned parallel to the direction of spectator movement;
-   gangway barriers;
-   gangway barriers in standing  areas, aligned at right angles to the direction of spectator movement;
-   crush barriers;
-   barriers for spectator galleries;
-   external perimeter barriers and barriers between sectors.

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This Technical Specification sets out the framework and structure for the standard related to ventilation in hospitals. It gives the requirements for the drafting of the parts of the standard, including preliminary terms and definitions.
The standard for ventilation in hospitals is intended for all healthcare premises where healthcare services are delivered. It is applicable for healthcare services located in a hospital, clinic or other premises. This includes general and specific risk areas, within healthcare and provides defined levels of air quality/cleanliness for classification of these areas. The standard addresses the minimum requirements for ventilation systems. It specifies the design, installation, operation, qualification process and maintenance of the ventilation systems.
The standard describes the following hygienic issues related to the ventilation system:
a)   air quality (e.g. cleanliness levels, temperature, humidity, air quantity);
b)   the protection of patients, staff and visitors against harmful agents;
c)   reducing the growth of microorganisms (e.g. clean-ability, accessibility, wet surfaces, accumulation of particles);
d)   control of the airflow direction (e.g. tightness of systems and constructions, pressure difference).
The standard describes a structured approaches for all phases from design up to and including maintenance and requalification and gives minimum requirements for the ventilation systems:
a)   minimum user requirement specification (URS);
b)   functional design requirements (FD);
c)   requirements for components in the detailed design (DD).
This standard is intended for healthcare ventilation system project managers, designers, construction and commissioning engineers, estates managers and operations/facilities managers.

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This document sets out requirements for the quality and transmission of sound and image input to
interpreters and specifies the characteristics of the audio and video signals. The components of typical
interpreting systems are specified in ISO 20109. Together with either permanent (see ISO 2603) or
mobile (see ISO 4043) booths, these interpreting systems form the interpreters’ working environment.
In addition to setting out the requirements for on-site interpreting, where participants (speakers
and members of the audience) and interpreters are at the same location, this document specifies
requirements for different varieties of distance interpreting situations in which the interpreters are
not at the same location as one or more of the conference participants.
This document also addresses the work of manufacturers and providers of simultaneous interpreting
equipment and technical staff.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, this document and ISO 20109 provide the relevant
requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and
for the equipment needed in the booths, the conference room and the distant site(s).

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ISO 20108:2017 sets out requirements for the quality and transmission of sound and image input to interpreters and specifies the characteristics of the audio and video signals. The components of typical interpreting systems are specified in ISO 20109. Together with either permanent (see ISO 2603) or mobile (see ISO 4043) booths, these interpreting systems form the interpreters' working environment. In addition to setting out the requirements for on-site interpreting, where participants (speakers and members of the audience) and interpreters are at the same location, ISO 20108:2017 specifies requirements for different varieties of distance interpreting situations in which the interpreters are not at the same location as one or more of the conference participants.
ISO 20108:2017 also addresses the work of manufacturers and providers of simultaneous interpreting equipment and technical staff.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108:2017 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths, the conference room and the distant site(s).

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ISO 20108:2017 sets out requirements for the quality and transmission of sound and image input to interpreters and specifies the characteristics of the audio and video signals. The components of typical interpreting systems are specified in ISO 20109. Together with either permanent (see ISO 2603) or mobile (see ISO 4043) booths, these interpreting systems form the interpreters' working environment. In addition to setting out the requirements for on-site interpreting, where participants (speakers and members of the audience) and interpreters are at the same location, ISO 20108:2017 specifies requirements for different varieties of distance interpreting situations in which the interpreters are not at the same location as one or more of the conference participants. ISO 20108:2017 also addresses the work of manufacturers and providers of simultaneous interpreting equipment and technical staff. In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108:2017 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths, the conference room and the distant site(s).

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This European standard specifies general characteristics regarding infrastructure and safety management in spectator facilities.
It specifies the layout and the planning of the management, the criteria to maintain this planning before, during and after any event.
It covers the following:
-   the safety personnel;
-   Safety Policy - A document developed, reviewed and monitored by the event organiser or senior management;
-   Safety Procedures - An operational and emergency plan, containing roles and responsibilities, staffing levels, risk assessments, medical provisions and contingencies.

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This European Standard specifies general characteristics of safety management in spectator facilities.
It specifies the layout and the planning of the management, the criteria to maintain this planning before, during and after any event.
It covers the following:
-   the safety personnel;
-   safety policy;
-   safety procedures.
This European Standard does not apply for the roles and responsibilities of those who are part of the security system (police and security companies).

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for building and renovating permanent
booths for simultaneous interpreting in new and existing buildings. This document also ensures the
usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs.
It is applicable to all types of permanent booths, using built-in or portable equipment.
In conjunction with either this document or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant
requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and
for the equipment needed in the booths.

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This document specifies requirements for equipment used for simultaneous interpreting.
Accessibility requirements are defined in Annex A.
Requirements for booths furniture are defined in Annex B.
Requirements on the system operation are defined in Annex C.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and this document provide the relevant
requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and
for the equipment needed in the booths.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for the manufacturing of mobile
simultaneous interpreting booths. The main features of mobile booths that distinguish them from
permanent simultaneous interpreting booths are that they can be dismantled, moved and set up in a
conference room not equipped with permanent booths. This document also ensures the usability and
accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs.
Requirements for the use and siting of mobile booths are described in Annex A.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or this document, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant
requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and
for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 2603:2016 provides requirements and recommendations for building and renovating permanent booths for simultaneous interpreting in new and existing buildings. This document also ensures the usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs.
It is applicable to all types of permanent booths, using built-in or portable equipment.
In conjunction with either this document or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 20109:2016 specifies requirements for equipment used for simultaneous interpreting.
Accessibility requirements are defined in Annex A.
Requirements for booths furniture are defined in Annex B.
Requirements on the system operation are defined in Annex C.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and this document provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 4043:2016 provides requirements and recommendations for the manufacturing of mobile simultaneous interpreting booths. The main features of mobile booths that distinguish them from permanent simultaneous interpreting booths are that they can be dismantled, moved and set up in a conference room not equipped with permanent booths. This document also ensures the usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs.
Requirements for the use and siting of mobile booths are described in Annex A.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or this document, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 2603:2016 provides requirements and recommendations for building and renovating permanent booths for simultaneous interpreting in new and existing buildings. This document also ensures the usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs. It is applicable to all types of permanent booths, using built-in or portable equipment. In conjunction with either this document or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 4043:2016 provides requirements and recommendations for the manufacturing of mobile simultaneous interpreting booths. The main features of mobile booths that distinguish them from permanent simultaneous interpreting booths are that they can be dismantled, moved and set up in a conference room not equipped with permanent booths. This document also ensures the usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs. Requirements for the use and siting of mobile booths are described in Annex A. In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or this document, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 20109:2016 specifies requirements for equipment used for simultaneous interpreting. Accessibility requirements are defined in Annex A. Requirements for booths furniture are defined in Annex B. Requirements on the system operation are defined in Annex C. In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and this document provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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ISO 19026:2015 specifies shapes and colours of a flushing button and a call button of lavatory which are installed on the wall and their arrangement with a paper dispenser. This International Standard is only applicable in case of installing a flushing button and/or a call button on the wall of seat-type lavatory in public restrooms (general toilet compartments and toilet compartments with various functions) used by an unspecified large number of people, except restrooms with a big paper holder where it is difficult to place a flushing button and a call button above the holder, and Type A toilet with lateral transfer from both sides of ISO 21542.

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The standard will specify requirements for planning, establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and continually improving a documented security management system in healthcare facilities.

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EN 13200-7 specifies safety and design characteristics of entry and exit elements of passage that are used in spectator facilities, either singularly or in combination, to provide a route.

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This European Standard specifies safety and design characteristics of entry and exit elements of passage that are used in spectator facilities, either singularly or in combination, to provide a route.

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This document specifies requirements for typical conference systems, the parts they are composed of, the auxiliary devices necessary for their use (such as microphones, headphones, and sound reinforcement equipment) and the environment in which they are used. These requirements ensure interoperability and optimum performance under conditions of normal operation.
It is applicable to both wired and wireless systems.
The environment and areas where events are held are described in Annex A.
This document facilitates the determination of the quality of conference systems, the comparison of different systems and the assessment of their proper use by listing their characteristics. This document contains the technical backbone of ISO 20108 and ISO 20109.

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This European Standard specifies the mechanical, physical and chemical product characteristics of fixed seating used in sports venues (indoor and outdoor) in the spectator viewing area (S.V.A.). It also specifies the criteria for fixing the seating to the structure.
These characteristics and criteria are determined in order to assure an adequate resistance to static and dynamic stresses and to atmospheric agents. This European Standard specifies comfort, functionality and safety requirements to prevent serious injury through normal functional use, as well as misuse that might reasonably be excepted to occur. This European Standard does not include any fire behaviour or resistance requirements.

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This European standard specifies product characteristics for telescopic stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. Stands in fairgrounds and amusement parks are excluded from this standard (see EN 13814).

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This European Standard specifies the mechanical, physical and chemical product characteristics of fixed seating used in sports venues (indoor and outdoor) in the spectator viewing area (S.V.A.). It also specifies the criteria for fixing the seating to the structure.
These characteristics and criteria are determined in order to assure an adequate resistance to static and dynamic stresses and to atmospheric agents. This European Standard specifies comfort, functionality and safety requirements to prevent serious injury through normal functional use, as well as misuse that might reasonably be excepted to occur. This European Standard does not include any fire behaviour or resistance requirements.

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This European standard specifies product characteristics for telescopic stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. Stands in fairgrounds and amusement parks are excluded from this standard (see EN 13814).

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This Technical Report gives characteristics generally applicable to service areas.
This Technical Report also gives a questionnaire where CEN members give their contributions and information on the national situation.

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This European Standard specifies layout criteria for service area at permanent or temporary Spectator facilities including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
This standard is not applicable to other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, auditoriums, lecture halls and similar.

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ISO 20109:2016 specifies requirements for equipment used for simultaneous interpreting.
Accessibility requirements are defined in Annex A.
Requirements for booths furniture are defined in Annex B.
Requirements on the system operation are defined in Annex C.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and this document provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths.

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This Technical Report applies to health service buildings and rooms used for medical examinations, treatments and interventions to be carried out on people as well as to rooms directly connected to those rooms by doors, corridors/hallways, etc.
It establishes rules for planning, construction, qualification, and operation of ventilation and air-conditioning (VAC) systems and components intended to be used in:
-   hospitals buildings;
-   day hospitals;
-   physician’s practices with intervention rooms;
-   outpatient surgery centres / facilities / ambulatories;
-   dialysis centres;
-   convalescent homes, rehabilitation facilities, sanatoria;
-   long-term care facilities, senior retirement and nursing homes;
-   facilities for internal and external (service) units for the processing of medical devices / sterilization areas.
In addition to that, air hygienically relevant guidance is given regarding building services / heating installations.

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ISO 20108:2017 sets out requirements for the quality and transmission of sound and image input to interpreters and specifies the characteristics of the audio and video signals. The components of typical interpreting systems are specified in ISO 20109. Together with either permanent (see ISO 2603) or mobile (see ISO 4043) booths, these interpreting systems form the interpreters' working environment. In addition to setting out the requirements for on-site interpreting, where participants (speakers and members of the audience) and interpreters are at the same location, ISO 20108:2017 specifies requirements for different varieties of distance interpreting situations in which the interpreters are not at the same location as one or more of the conference participants.
ISO 20108:2017 also addresses the work of manufacturers and providers of simultaneous interpreting equipment and technical staff.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, ISO 20108:2017 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths, the conference room and the distant site(s).

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This Technical Report applies to health service buildings and rooms used for medical examinations, treatments and interventions to be carried out on people as well as to rooms directly connected to those rooms by doors, corridors/hallways, etc.
It establishes rules for planning, construction, qualification, and operation of ventilation and air-conditioning (VAC) systems and components intended to be used in:
-   hospitals buildings;
-   day hospitals;
-   physician’s practices with intervention rooms;
-   outpatient surgery centres / facilities / ambulatories;
-   dialysis centres;
-   convalescent homes, rehabilitation facilities, sanatoria;
-   long-term care facilities, senior retirement and nursing homes;
-   facilities for internal and external (service) units for the processing of medical devices / sterilization areas.
In addition to that, air hygienically relevant guidance is given regarding building services / heating installations.

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This document specifies requirements for typical conference systems, the parts they are composed
of, the auxiliary devices necessary for their use (such as microphones, headphones, and sound
reinforcement equipment) and the environment in which they are used. These requirements ensure
interoperability and optimum performance under conditions of normal operation.
It is applicable to both wired and wireless systems.
The environment and areas where events are held are described in Annex A.
This document facilitates the determination of the quality of conference systems, the comparison of
different systems and the assessment of their proper use by listing their characteristics. This document
contains the technical backbone of ISO 20108 and ISO 20109.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for the manufacturing of mobile
simultaneous interpreting booths. The main features of mobile booths that distinguish them from
permanent simultaneous interpreting booths are that they can be dismantled, moved and set up in a
conference room not equipped with permanent booths. This document also ensures the usability and
accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs.
Requirements for the use and siting of mobile booths are described in Annex A.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or this document, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant
requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and
for the equipment needed in the booths.

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This document provides requirements and recommendations for building and renovating permanent
booths for simultaneous interpreting in new and existing buildings. This document also ensures the
usability and accessibility of booths for all interpreters, including those with special needs.
It is applicable to all types of permanent booths, using built-in or portable equipment.
In conjunction with either this document or ISO 4043, ISO 20108 and ISO 20109 provide the relevant
requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and
for the equipment needed in the booths.

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This European standard specifies product characteristics for demountable (temporary) stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. Stands in fairground and amusement parks are excluded from this standard (see EN 13814). This standard is not applicable to stands of moveable type which last row of places for spectators is under 1m. height from the ground.

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This European Standard specifies design and management requirements for spectator facilities at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality. This European Standard is not applicable to other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, auditoriums, lecture halls and similar places where persons congregate.

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This European Standard specifies design and management requirements for spectator facilities at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
This European Standard is not applicable to other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, auditoriums, lecture halls and similar places where persons congregate.
NOTE   Provisions for media facilities are not included in this standard.

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This European Standard specifies design requirements for layout and product characteristics for separating elements within spectator accommodation at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
Other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, lecture halls and similar are excluded from this standard.
Elements and barriers included in this standard are:
a)   external perimeter barriers (5.2)
b)   activity area barriers (5.3)
c)   segregation elements (5.4)
d)   crush barriers (5.5)
e)   barriers in front of and behind seating (5.6)
f)   barriers in spectator galleries (5.7)
g)   ingress and turnstiles (5.8)
h)   exit doors and gates (see 5.9)
i)   temporary barriers (5.10)
j)    front of stage barriers (5.11)

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This European Standard specifies design requirements for layout and product characteristics for separating elements within spectator accommodation at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sport stadia, sport halls, indoor and outdoor facilities for the purpose of enabling their functionality.
Other permanent venues such as theatres, cinemas, opera houses, lecture halls and similar are excluded from this standard.
Elements and barriers included in this standard are:
a)   external perimeter barriers (5.2)
b)   activity area barriers (5.3)
c)   segregation elements (5.4)
d)   crush barriers (5.5)
e)   barriers in front of and behind seating (5.6)
f)   barriers in spectator galleries (5.7)
g)   ingress and turnstiles (5.8)
h)   exit doors and gates (see 5.9)
i)   temporary barriers (5.10)
j)    front of stage barriers (5.11)

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This European standard specifies product characteristics for demountable (temporary) stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. Stands in fairground and amusement parks are excluded from this standard (see EN 13814).

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This European Standard specifies product characteristics for demountable (temporary) stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues including sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. Stands in fairgrounds and amusement parks are excluded from this standard (see EN 13814).
This European Standard is not applicable to stands of moveable type in which the last row of places for spectators is less than 1 m height from the ground.

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