This part of EN 13814 defines requirements for the necessary independent inspections of amusement devices designed, manufactured, operated and used according to EN 13814-1:2019 and EN 13814-2:2019.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements necessary to ensure the safe design, calculation, manufacture, and installation of mobile, temporary or permanently installed machinery and structures which are intended for use by persons as a leisure activity, e.g. roundabouts, swings, boats, ferris wheels, roller coasters, chutes, booths, side shows, and structures for artistic aerial displays. The above items are hereafter called amusement devices, which are intended to be installed both repeatedly without degradation or loss of integrity, and temporarily or permanently in fairgrounds and amusement parks or any other locations. Grandstands, construction site installations, scaffolding, removable agricultural structures, simple coin operated children's amusement devices, carrying up to three children, and recreational devices like waterslides or summer toboggan runs, playground equipment, rope courses, climbing wall, inflatable, trampolines, swimming pool equipment (this list is not exhaustive) are not covered by this document.
For all the equipment not covered by the requirements of EN 13814-1, the relevant standards apply.
Nevertheless this document can be used in the design of any similar structural or passenger carrying amusement device not explicitly mentioned herein.
In terms of workers’ health and safety, national regulations apply.
This document is applicable to manufacturing and major modification of amusement devices and rides for designs after the effective date of publication.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements necessary to ensure the safe maintenance, operation, inspection and testing of amusement ride and amusement devices which are intended to be installed both repeatedly without degradation or loss of integrity, and temporarily or permanently in fairgrounds and amusement parks or any other locations.
Grandstands, construction site installations, scaffolding, removable agricultural structures, simple coin operated children's amusement devices, carrying up to three children, and recreational devices like waterslides or summer toboggan runs, playground equipment, rope courses, climbing wall, inflatable, trampolines, swimming pool equipment (this list is not exhaustive) are not covered by this document.
In terms of workers’ health and safety, national regulations apply.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements which need to be observed at design, calculation, manufacture, installation, maintenance, of mobile, temporary installed tents with more than 50 m2 ground area.
This European Standard applies also to multiple small tents which are normally not covered by this standard and will be installed close together and exceed 50 m2 in sum.
NOTE   Information is given in Annex C on Examination and Approval.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements which need to be observed at design, calculation, manufacture, installation, maintenance, of mobile, temporary installed tents with more than 50 m2 ground area.
This European Standard applies also to multiple small tents which are normally not covered by this standard and will be installed close together and exceed 50 m2 in sum.
NOTE   Information is given in Annex C on Examination and Approval.

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This European Standard applies to mobile toilet cabins that are not connected to a sewerage system.
It specifies requirements of the services relating to the deployment of cabins and the relevant requirements for cabins and sanitary products, taking into account hygiene, health and safety.
It specifies minimum quality requirements relating to cabins and sanitary products and also relating to the extent of cleaning required, the number of cabins to be provided, locations and cleaning/disposal intervals.

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This European Standard specifies the calculation method, based on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and other quantified environmental information, to assess the environmental performance of a building, and gives the means for the reporting and communication of the outcome of the assessment. The standard is applicable to new and existing buildings and refurbishment projects.
The standard gives:
- the description of the object of assessment;
- the system boundary that applies at the building level;
- the procedure to be used for the inventory analysis;
- the list of indicators and procedures for the calculations of these indicators;
- the requirements for presentation of the results in reporting and communication;
- and the requirements for the data necessary for the calculation.
The approach to the assessment covers all stages of the building life cycle and is based on data obtained from Environmental Product Declarations (EPD), their "information modules" (prEN 15804) and other information necessary and relevant for carrying out the assessment. The assessment includes all building related construction products, processes and services, used over the life cycle of the building.
The interpretation and value judgments of the results of the assessment are not within the scope of this European Standard.

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This European Standard is applicable to all construction products and services related to buildings and construction works. It specifies and describes the communication format for the information defined in FprEN 15804 for business-to-business communication to ensure a common understanding through consistent communication of information.
NOTE   This European Standard does not deal with business to consumer communication and is not intended for that purpose. Business to consumer communication format is planned to be the subject of a future document.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements necessary to ensure the safe design, calculation, manufacture, installation, maintenance, operation, examination and testing of the following: mobile, temporary or permanently installed machinery and structures e. g. roundabouts, swings, boats, ferris wheels, roller coasters, chutes, grandstands, membrane or textile structures, booths, stages, side shows, and structures for artistic aerial displays. The above items are hereafter called amusement devices, which are intended to be installed both repeatedly without degradation or loss of integrity, and temporarily or permanently in fairgrounds and amusement parks or any other locations. Fixed grandstands, construction site installations, scaffolding, removable agricultural structures and simple coin operated children's amusement devices, carrying not more than two children, are not covered by this document.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements which need to be observed at design, calculation, manufacture, installation, maintenance, operation, examination and testing of mobile, temporary installed tents more than 50 m2 ground area. For tents less than 50 m2 ground area, it is not necessary to produce the tent book (see Clause 14) and the producer will provide a documentation concerning the burning behaviour of the fabrics and the stability of the structure.
Two tents can be considered as two tents if the distance between them is more than 5 m except otherwise agreed.
These tents are intended to be installed and dismounted repeatedly without loss of substance, temporarily as well as on short term or long-term basis at any places, and multiple purposes.
A simplified calculation for tents with a maximum space of 12 m and a maximum capacity of 300 people is allowed for traditional pole and rope tents.
The field of application of this European Standard covers all kind of temporary covered structures.
Tents erected for a temporary period and dismantled for use elsewhere in fairgrounds and amusement parks are covered by this European Standard.
The content of this European Standard collects the different existing national regulations and guidelines as far as possible.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements which need to be observed at design, calculation, manufacture, installation, maintenance, operation, examination and testing of mobile, temporary installed tents more than 50 m2 ground area. For tents less than 50 m2 ground area, it is not necessary to produce the tent book (see Clause 14) and the producer will provide a documentation concerning the burning behaviour of the fabrics and the stability of the structure.
Two tents can be considered as two tents if the distance between them is more than 5 m except otherwise agreed.
These tents are intended to be installed and dismounted repeatedly without loss of substance, temporarily as well as on short term or long-term basis at any places, and multiple purposes.
A simplified calculation for tents with a maximum space of 12 m and a maximum capacity of 300 people is allowed for traditional pole and rope tents.
The field of application of this European Standard covers all kind of temporary covered structures.
Tents erected for a temporary period and dismantled for use elsewhere in fairgrounds and amusement parks are covered by this European Standard.
The content of this European Standard collects the different existing national regulations and guidelines as far as possible.

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