This document applies to machinery, machinery installations and machinery control systems used in places of assembly and in staging and production facilities for events and theatrical productions (stage machinery, for short). Such facilities include: theatres, multi-purpose halls, exhibition halls; film, television and radio studios; concert halls, schools, bars, discotheques, open-air stages and other rooms for shows and events.
The document applies to machinery installations with guided or unguided loads.
This document covers machinery used in the entertainment industry including machinery that is excluded from the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) specifically Article 1, 2(j) which excludes "machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances".
This machinery includes controls, electrical and electronic control systems, electrical and electronic equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic power supplies.
The principles in this document also apply to machinery installations based on new technologies or specially designed installations which are not expressly mentioned here but which nevertheless operate in a similar manner or are meant for similar purposes to the equipment listed above.

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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 applies to machinery, machinery installations and machinery control systems used in places of assembly and in staging and production facilities for events and theatrical productions (stage machinery, for short). Such facilities include: theatres, multi-purpose halls, exhibition halls; film, television and radio studios; concert halls, schools, bars, discotheques, open-air stages and other rooms for shows and events.
The document applies to machinery installations with guided or unguided load bearing and load carrying equipment.
This document covers machinery used in the entertainment industry including machinery that is excluded from the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) specifically Article 1 2j which excludes "machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances".
For the purposes of this document, machinery installations are all technical installations and equipment used for operations in stage and production facilities in the entertainment industry. Such installations are used to lift, lower, suspend and carry loads (e.g. scenery, traverse systems, or lighting, film/video and sound equipment). They can also be used to move persons, and persons can stand under such equipment while the loads are at rest or in motion.
This machinery includes Controls, electrical and electronic control systems, electrical and electronic equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic power supplies.
"Stages" are, for example, staging facilities and production areas in theatres, multipurpose halls, studios, production facilities for film, television or radio, concert halls, congress centres, schools, exhibition centres, trade-fair centres, museums, discotheques, amusement parks, sports facilities and open-air-theatres.
"Events" are, for example, concerts, shows, congresses, exhibitions, presentations, demonstrations, film or television recordings, etc.
This document considers permanently and temporarily installed lifting and movement equipment for stages and production areas within the entertainment industry.
This document does not consider the design or control of fire curtains.
Typical applications include but are not limited to the following:
-   acoustic doors;
-   auditorium elevators;
-   compensating elevators;
-   cycloramas;
-   fly bar systems (manual and motor driven);
-   lighting bars;
-   movable lighting towers;
-   movable stage platforms (stage wagons);
-   movable proscenium arches;
-   orchestra elevators;
-   performer flying;
-   point hoists;
-   revolving stages and turntables;
-   scenery storage elevators;
-   side stage and rear stage shutters;
-   stage elevators;
-   stage wagons (stage trucks);
-   tiltable stage floors; and
-   trap elevators.
The principles in this document also apply to machinery installations based on new technologies or specially designed installations which are not expressly mentioned here but which nevertheless operate in a similar manner or are meant for similar purposes to the equipment listed above.

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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 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.
NOTE   Provisions for media facilities are not included in this document.

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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 European Standard defines the design and manufacture of aluminium and steel trusses used in entertainment technology.
Entertainment technology is an interdisciplinary field with specific technology and unique safety requirements. There are places of assembly, staging and production areas for events and theatrical productions. Such locations include but are not limited to theatres, multi-purpose halls, exhibition halls, film , television , photography  and radio studios as well as facilities in concert halls, museums, schools, bars, discotheques, open-air stages and other places for shows and events.
In some cases, atypical non-performance places are also used.
This standard does not cover individual, separate rigging hardware like shackles, wire ropes, slings and other lifting accessories.

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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 document defines the requirements for the design and manufacture of aluminium and steel trusses used in the entertainment industry.
This document does not cover individual, separate rigging hardware like shackles, wire ropes, slings and other lifting accessories.

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This part of IEC 60598-2 specifies requirements for stage, television, film and photographic
studio luminaires (including spot and floodlighting projectors) for use outdoors and indoors, with
electric light sources on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V.
NOTE A hanger (stirrup) is a part of the luminaire. Supporting devices such as tripods, telescopic booms and
suspensions are not parts of the luminaire. Where applicable, ballasts are built into or mounted separately from the
luminaires.

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IEC 60598-2-17:2017 specifies requirements for stage, television, film and photographic studio luminaires (including spot and floodlighting projectors) for use outdoors and indoors, with electric light sources on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1984 and Amendement 2:1990. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) extension of the applicable scope from light source to electric light source and replacement of "tungsten filament, tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps" with "electric light source" in 17.1. b) consideration of the fact that there are many LED luminaires with non-replaceable light source, and light source without a glass bulb, or with low operation temperature: the applicable scope of relevant clauses therefore only applies to replaceable light source luminaires with a glass bulb lamp, or with high surface temperature.

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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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IEC 60598-2-17:2017 specifies requirements for stage, television, film and photographic studio luminaires (including spot and floodlighting projectors) for use outdoors and indoors, with electric light sources on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1984 and Amendement 2:1990. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) extension of the applicable scope from light source to electric light source and replacement of "tungsten filament, tubular fluorescent and other discharge lamps" with "electric light source" in 17.1.
b) consideration of the fact that there are many LED luminaires with non-replaceable light source, and light source without a glass bulb, or with low operation temperature: the applicable scope of relevant clauses therefore only applies to replaceable light source luminaires with a glass bulb lamp, or with high surface temperature.

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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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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 European Standard defines various terms relating to the design, construction, primary packaging and testing of theatrical pyrotechnic articles and specifies their generic types.

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This European Standard defines the procedures for placing generic types, subtypes or individual items of theatrical pyrotechnic articles into the appropriate Categories, T1 or T2 and lists them.

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This European Standard specifies minimum labelling requirements for the article and primary packaging and for the instructions for use of theatrical pyrotechnic articles of the generic types defined in EN 16256-1:2012, Clause 3.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the construction, performance and primary packaging of theatrical pyrotechnical artThis European Standard does not apply for articles containing military explosives or commercial blasting agents except for black powder or flash composition. This European Standard does not apply for articles containing pyrotechnic composition that include any of the following substances: - arsenic or arsenic compounds; - polychlorobenzenes; - lead or lead compounds; - mercury compounds; - white phosphorus; - picrates or picric acid.icles of the generic types defined in EN 16256-1:2012, Clause 3.

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This European Standard specifies test methods. It is applicable to theatrical pyrotechnic articles which are classified in categories T2, T1 outdoor and T1 indoor according to Part 2.

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This Technical Report gives certain design solutions on how a spectator viewing area should be designed in order to cover people with disabilities and special needs.

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This Technical Report gives certain design solutions on how a spectator viewing area should be designed in order to cover people with disabilities and special needs.

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This document applies to machinery, machinery installations and machinery control systems used in places of assembly and in staging and production facilities for events and theatrical productions (stage machinery, for short). Such facilities include: theatres, multi-purpose halls, exhibition halls; film, television and radio studios; concert halls, schools, bars, discotheques, open-air stages and other rooms for shows and events.
The document applies to machinery installations with guided or unguided loads.
This document covers machinery used in the entertainment industry including machinery that is excluded from the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) specifically Article 1, 2(j) which excludes "machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances".
This machinery includes controls, electrical and electronic control systems, electrical and electronic equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic power supplies.
The principles in this document also apply to machinery installations based on new technologies or specially designed installations which are not expressly mentioned here but which nevertheless operate in a similar manner or are meant for similar purposes to the equipment listed above.

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This document specifies product characteristics for demountable stands at permanent or temporary entertainment venues, sports stadiums, sport halls and indoor and outdoor facilities. This document 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   It is recalled the attention to the fact that demountable stands used in Fairground and amusement park machinery and structures - Safety are covered by EN 13814:2004.

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This document applies to machinery, machinery installations and machinery control systems used in places of assembly and in staging and production facilities for events and theatrical productions (stage machinery, for short). Such facilities include: theatres, multi-purpose halls, exhibition halls; film, television and radio studios; concert halls, schools, bars, discotheques, open-air stages and other rooms for shows and events.
The document applies to machinery installations with guided or unguided loads.
This document covers machinery used in the entertainment industry including machinery that is excluded from the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) specifically Article 1, 2(j) which excludes "machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances".
This machinery includes controls, electrical and electronic control systems, electrical and electronic equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic power supplies.
The principles in this document also apply to machinery installations based on new technologies or specially designed installations which are not expressly mentioned here but which nevertheless operate in a similar manner or are meant for similar purposes to the equipment listed above.

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

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This document provides a set of guidelines for lifting and motion operations related to machinery and machinery installations used in staging and production facilities for events.
For the purpose of this document there is no difference between rigging as known in the event industry and lifting and motion operations in theatres.
Such facilities may include, but not exclusively, theatres, multipurpose halls, studios, production facilities for film, television or radio, concert halls, congress centres, schools, exhibition centres, trade-fair centres, museums, discotheques, amusement parks, sports facilities and open-air-theatres.
Events are, for example, concerts, shows, congresses, exhibitions, presentations, demonstrations, film or television recordings, etc.
This document covers the use of machinery employed in the event industry including machinery defined in point j Article 1.2 of Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC): “machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances”
For the purposes of this document, machinery installations are all technical installations and equipment used for operations in stage and production facilities in the event industry. Such installations are used to lift, lower, suspend and move loads which may include but not exclusively, scenery or objects, truss systems, lighting, audiovisual, sound equipment or performers.
Typical lifting and motion operations may include but are not limited to the following:
-   auditorium elevators;
-   compensating elevators;
-   fly bar systems (manual and motor driven);
-   lighting bars;
-   movable lighting towers;
-   movable stage platforms (stage wagons);
-   movable proscenium arches;
-   orchestra elevators;
-   point hoists;
-   chain hoist
-   projection screens (manual or motor-driven);
-   scenery storage elevators;
-   side stage and rear stage shutters;
-   stage elevators;
-   tiltable stage floors;
-   trap elevators.
The guidelines in this document also apply to machinery installations based on new technologies or specially designed installations which are not expressly mentioned here but which nevertheless operate in a similar manner or are meant for similar purposes to those listed above.

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This document specifies the safety requirements for planning, selection, production, intended use as well as testing of aluminium stage decks and frames that are capable of being used as aluminium stage decks, inclinations, steps and stairs; including railings for performance areas (stages) and stands.
This document deals with all of the significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to aluminium stage decks and frames when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
If these products become components of a built environment, then structural requirements are expected to be taken into consideration.
This document does not apply to scaffolding used as substructures in stage and studio environments in accordance with the standard series EN 12810 and EN 12811 and not for fairground rides in accordance with EN 13814 1.

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

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This document specifies the safety requirements for planning, selection, production, intended use as well as testing of aluminium stage decks and frames that are capable of being used as aluminium stage decks, inclinations, steps and stairs; including railings for performance areas (stages) and stands.
This document deals with all of the significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to aluminium stage decks and frames when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer.
If these products become components of a built environment, then structural requirements are expected to be taken into consideration.
This document does not apply to scaffolding used as substructures in stage and studio environments in accordance with the standard series EN 12810 and EN 12811 and not for fairground rides in accordance with EN 13814 1.

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This document provides a set of guidelines for lifting and motion operations related to machinery and machinery installations used in staging and production facilities for events.
For the purpose of this document there is no difference between rigging as known in the event industry and lifting and motion operations in theatres.
Such facilities may include, but not exclusively, theatres, multipurpose halls, studios, production facilities for film, television or radio, concert halls, congress centres, schools, exhibition centres, trade-fair centres, museums, discotheques, amusement parks, sports facilities and open-air-theatres.
Events are, for example, concerts, shows, congresses, exhibitions, presentations, demonstrations, film or television recordings, etc.
This document covers the use of machinery employed in the event industry including machinery defined in point j Article 1.2 of Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC): “machinery intended to move performers during artistic performances”
For the purposes of this document, machinery installations are all technical installations and equipment used for operations in stage and production facilities in the event industry. Such installations are used to lift, lower, suspend and move loads which may include but not exclusively, scenery or objects, truss systems, lighting, audiovisual, sound equipment or performers.
Typical lifting and motion operations may include but are not limited to the following:
-   auditorium elevators;
-   compensating elevators;
-   fly bar systems (manual and motor driven);
-   lighting bars;
-   movable lighting towers;
-   movable stage platforms (stage wagons);
-   movable proscenium arches;
-   orchestra elevators;
-   point hoists;
-   chain hoist
-   projection screens (manual or motor-driven);
-   scenery storage elevators;
-   side stage and rear stage shutters;
-   stage elevators;
-   tiltable stage floors;
-   trap elevators.
The guidelines in this document also apply to machinery installations based on new technologies or specially designed installations which are not expressly mentioned here but which nevertheless operate in a similar manner or are meant for similar purposes to those listed above.

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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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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 design requirements for the viewing areas of indoor spectator facilities and outdoor spectator facilities.

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