This document is applicable to playground equipment, surfacing and ancillary items, eg., gates, fences, benches, bins, shades, etc.
Note 1 The scope of the inspection and inclusion of the ancillary items will vary from country to country
Note 2 Ancillary items are not included in EN 1176 and are not assessed for compliance with EN 1176.
This document establishes requirements on the installation, inspection, maintenance and operation of playground equipment and surfacing around the equipment. It is intended for use by playground operators (see definitions 3.4) to assist them in developing an inspection and maintenance regime for each playground.

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This document is applicable to playground equipment, surfacing and ancillary items, eg., gates, fences, benches, bins, shades, etc.
Note 1 The scope of the inspection and inclusion of the ancillary items will vary from country to country
Note 2 Ancillary items are not included in EN 1176 and are not assessed for compliance with EN 1176.
This document establishes requirements on the installation, inspection, maintenance and operation of playground equipment and surfacing around the equipment. It is intended for use by playground operators (see definitions 3.4) to assist them in developing an inspection and maintenance regime for each playground.

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CEN/TR 16396:2020 is to publish replies to requests for interpretations, to all parts of EN 1176 series, which have been drafted by the interpretation panel and confirmed by CEN/TC 136/S C1 “Playground equipment for children”.

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NEXT ACTION: UNDER BT CONSULTATION, CLOSING ON 2019-09-17
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The purpose of this document is to publish replies to requests for interpretations, to all parts of EN 1176 series, which have been drafted by the interpretation panel and confirmed by CEN/TC 136/S C1 "Playground equipment for children".

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This Standard specifies additional safety requirements for carousels intended for permanent installation for use by children. Where the main play function is not rotating, the relevant requirements in this part of EN 1176 might be used, as appropriate. This document is not applicable to motor-driven carousels, fairground carousels or climbing drums.

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This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for swings intended for permanent installation for use by children. Where the main play function is not swinging, the relevant requirements in this part of EN 1176 may be used, as appropriate.
NOTE   Recommendations on the design and siting of swings are given in Annex A.

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This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for swings intended for permanent installation for use by children. Where the main play function is not swinging, the relevant requirements in this part of EN 1176 may be used, as appropriate.
NOTE   Recommendations on the design and siting of swings are given in Annex A.

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This document specifies additional safety requirements for carousels intended for permanent installation for use by children.
Where the main play function is not rotating, the relevant requirements in this part of EN 1176 can be used, as appropriate. This document is not applicable to motor-driven carousels, fairground carousels or climbing drums.

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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.
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.
Existing national rules on workers' safety are not concerned by this document.

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

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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, 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 up to three children, are not covered by this document.
Nevertheless this document may be used in the design of any similar structural or passenger carrying device not explicitly mentioned herein.
Existing national rules on workers' safety are not concerned by this document.
This document is applicable to manufacturing and major modification of amusement devices and rides manufactured to designs after the effective date of publication.
This standard does not apply to manufacture of pre-existing designs made according to EN 13814:2004 for a period of 5 years following the publication of the present standard.
prEN 13814-3:2016 contains requirements for inspection during design, manufacture, operation and use.

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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 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 is applicable to rocking equipment which is used as playground equipment for children, as defined in 3.1. Where the main play function is not rocking, the relevant requirements in this document may be used, as appropriate.
This document specifies additional safety requirements and test methods for seesaws and rocking equipment intended for permanent installation for use by children.
It is intended to provide protection to the user against possible hazards during use.
NOTE   Guidance for assessing the safety of other forms of seesaw/rocking equipment is given in informative Annex A.

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This European Standard specifies the test apparatus and the impact test methods for determining the impact attenuation of surfacing by measuring the acceleration experienced during impact. Test apparatus in compliance with this standard are applicable to tests carried out in a laboratory or on site by either methods described.
NOTE   The test methods described in this standard are also applicable for impact areas required in other standards than for playground equipment, e.g. for outdoor fitness equipment and parkour equipment.

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This European Standard is applicable to cableways whereby children travel along a cable by the use of gravity. This standard specifies additional safety requirements for cableways intended for permanent installation for use by children.

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This European Standard is applicable to cableways whereby children travel along a cable by the use of gravity. This standard specifies additional safety requirements for cableways intended for permanent installation for use by children.

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This document is applicable to rocking equipment which is used as playground equipment for children, as defined in 3.1. Where the main play function is not rocking, the relevant requirements in this document may be used, as appropriate.
This document specifies additional safety requirements and test methods for seesaws and rocking equipment intended for permanent installation for use by children.
It is intended to provide protection to the user against possible hazards during use.
NOTE   Guidance for assessing the safety of other forms of seesaw/rocking equipment is given in informative Annex A.

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This European Standard specifies the test apparatus and the impact test methods for determining the impact attenuation of surfacing by measuring the acceleration experienced during impact. Test apparatus in compliance with this standard are applicable to tests carried out in a laboratory or on site by either methods described.
NOTE   The test methods described in this standard are also applicable for impact areas required in other standards than for playground equipment, e.g. for outdoor fitness equipment and parkour equipment.

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This framework forms a guideline for the education, examination and evaluation of the competence of inspectors of public playground environments. For each specific task an inspector may need to perform; this guideline describes the knowledge and experience the inspector needs and also sets out the basic level of knowledge required
The standard EN 1176-1 & 7 details the different types or levels of inspections required to help provide a play environment that is suitable for children to play in.
The different types of inspections demand different levels of knowledge and experience; these are:
   Routine Visual inspection
   Operational inspection
   Annual  main inspection
   Post Installation Inspection
As well as  these inspections identified  in the standard there are also other inspections that are useful in helping to ensure the safe operation of a play environment:
   post-accident investigation
In this guideline there is a broad explanation of what these inspections are and how they should be performed.
This guideline is not intended for certification bodies.
Due to the variety of items that can be encountered in the playground environment this guideline can be used for the following equipment:
Playground equipment EN 1176 part 1 - 11
Skateboard infrastructures EN 14974
Free access Multi Sport equipment EN 15312
Adventure Playgrounds
Outdoor Exercise Equipment DIN79000
Parkour equipment
As well as the equipment mentioned in this guideline other items that are on and around the play environment may need to be assessed depending on their interaction with the play environment where users can access these features for informal play e.g. gates, fences, plants, natural play features,  rocks, boulders landscape features, art features, etc.
Because there features are not encompassed within the standard for playground equipment these items will require risk assessment; but knowledge of the meaning and intention of the standard forms a vital part of this risk assessment
This guideline is not intended for:
EN 71 Toys
EN 15567 High Ropes
EN14960 Inflatable Equipment
The inspector’s task is to assess the general level of safety of the play environment and the equipment provided based on the safety level as it was on inauguration of the equipment.
The format of the inspection and the report which will form the outcome of the inspection will be defined between the provider of the inspection and the client (owner/operator)
The owner/operator should be advised to make a detailed specification so that there is a minimal chance of confusion on the content of the task.

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This framework forms a guideline for the education, examination and evaluation of the competence of inspectors of public playground environments. For each specific task an inspector may need to perform; this guideline describes the knowledge and experience the inspector needs and also sets out the basic level of knowledge required
The standard EN 1176-1 & 7 details the different types or levels of inspections required to help provide a play environment that is suitable for children to play in.
The different types of inspections demand different levels of knowledge and experience; these are:
   Routine Visual inspection
   Operational inspection
   Annual  main inspection
   Post Installation Inspection
As well as  these inspections identified  in the standard there are also other inspections that are useful in helping to ensure the safe operation of a play environment:
   post-accident investigation
In this guideline there is a broad explanation of what these inspections are and how they should be performed.
This guideline is not intended for certification bodies.
Due to the variety of items that can be encountered in the playground environment this guideline can be used for the following equipment:
Playground equipment EN 1176 part 1 - 11
Skateboard infrastructures EN 14974
Free access Multi Sport equipment EN 15312
Adventure Playgrounds
Outdoor Exercise Equipment DIN79000
Parkour equipment
As well as the equipment mentioned in this guideline other items that are on and around the play environment may need to be assessed depending on their interaction with the play environment where users can access these features for informal play e.g. gates, fences, plants, natural play features,  rocks, boulders landscape features, art features, etc.
Because there features are not encompassed within the standard for playground equipment these items will require risk assessment; but knowledge of the meaning and intention of the standard forms a vital part of this risk assessment
This guideline is not intended for:
EN 71 Toys
EN 15567 High Ropes
EN14960 Inflatable Equipment
The inspector’s task is to assess the general level of safety of the play environment and the equipment provided based on the safety level as it was on inauguration of the equipment.
The format of the inspection and the report which will form the outcome of the inspection will be defined between the provider of the inspection and the client (owner/operator)
The owner/operator should be advised to make a detailed specification so that there is a minimal chance of confusion on the content of the task.
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This part of the standard specifies additional safety requirements for slides intended for permanent installation
for use by children. The aim is to provide protection to the user against possible hazards during use.
This part of the standard is not applicable to waterslides, rollerways or slide installations where auxiliary
equipment such as mats or sledges are used. This part of the standard is not applicable for inclined surfaces
which do not contain and guide the user e.g. banister rails.

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This part of EN 1176 specifies general safety requirements for permanently installed public playground
equipment and surfacing. Additional safety requirements for specific pieces of playground equipment are
specified in subsequent parts of this standard.This part of EN 1176 covers playground equipment for all children. It has been prepared with full recognition of the need for supervision of young children and of less able or less competent children.
The purpose of this part of EN 1176 is to ensure a proper level of safety when playing in, on or around playground
equipment, and at the same time to promote activities and features known to benefit children because
they provide valuable experiences that will enable them to cope with situations outside the playground.
This part of EN 1176 is applicable to playground equipment intended for individual and collective use by children,
but excluding adventure playgrounds. It is also applicable to equipment and units installed as children's
playground equipment although they are not manufactured as such, but excludes those items defined as toys
in EN 71 and the Toys Safety Directive.
NOTE Adventure playgrounds are fenced, secured playgrounds, run and staffed in accordance with the widely accepted
principles that encourage children's development and often use self-built equipment with the exception of those
items which have been commercially sourced. This part of EN 1176 specifies the requirements that will protect the child from hazards that he or she may be
unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
The use of electricity in play equipment, either as a play activity or as a motive force, is outside the scope of
this standard. The attention of users is drawn to European and local national standards and regulations which
must be complied with when using electricity.

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IEC 60335-2-82:2017+A1:2020 deals with the safety of electric commercial amusement machines and personal service machines, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. Examples of appliances that are within the scope of this standard are:
- amusement machines;
- tables;
- bowling machines;
- dartboards;
- driving simulators;
- gaming machines;
- kiddie rides;
- laser shooting appliances;
- pinball machines;
- video games;
- personal service machines;
- card re-value machines;
- currency dispensers;
- luggage lockers;
- weighing machines;
- shoe shining appliances.
As far as is practicable, this standard deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by users and maintenance persons. For appliances intended to be used in vehicles or on board ships or aircraft, additional requirements may be necessary. This standard does not apply to:
- appliances intended exclusively for household use;
- appliances intended exclusively for industrial purposes;
- appliances intended to be used in locations where special conditions prevail, such as the presence of a corrosive or explosive atmosphere (dust, vapour or gas);
- appliances for washing cars;
- dispensing appliances and vending machines (IEC 60335-2-75);
- appliances within the scope of IEC 60065, such as jukeboxes and household video games;
- appliances within the scope of IEC 60950-1, such as copying machines, ticket machines and automatic teller machines;
- appliances intended to be used when a trained attendant is present, such as virtual reality systems;
- equipment intended exclusively for fairgrounds, such as carousels;
- self-balancing personal transport devices.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2002 including its Amendment 1 (2008) and its Amendment 2 (2015). This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- It is clarified that 22.44 is not applicable to amusement machines;
- Modified some Notes to make them normative text (5.6, 11.2, 11.8, 15.2.101, 15.2.102, 15.2.104, 15.3, 19.4, 19.101, 24.101, 24.102) and
- Reference to 22.106 is made in Annex R.
This publication has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2. This part 2-82 is to be used in conjunction with the latest edition of IEC 60335-1 and its amendments. It was established on the basis of IEC 60335-1:2010, its Amendment 1:2013 and its Amendment 2:2016. The attention of National Committees is drawn to the fact that equipment manufacturers and testing organizations may need a transitional period following publication of a new, amended or revised IEC publication in which to make products in accordance with the new requirements and to equip themselves for conducting new or revised tests. It is the recommendation of the committee that the content of this publication be adopted for implementation nationally not earlier than 12 months or later than 36 months from the date of publication.
Key words: Amusement Machines, Personal Service Machines, Safety

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This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for slides intended for permanent installation for use by children. The aim is to provide protection to the user against possible hazards during use. Where the main play function is not sliding, the relevant requirements in this part of EN 1176 may be used, as appropriate.
This document is not applicable to waterslides, rollerways or slide installations where auxiliary equipment such as mats or sledges are used. This document is not applicable to inclined surfaces that do not contain and guide the user, e.g. banister rails (inclined parallel bars).

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This part of EN 1176 specifies general safety requirements for permanently installed public playground equipment and surfacing. Additional safety requirements for specific pieces of playground equipment are specified in subsequent parts of this standard.
This part of EN 1176 covers playground equipment for all children. It has been prepared with full recognition of the need for supervision of young children and of less able or less competent children.
The purpose of this part of EN 1176 is to ensure a proper level of safety when playing in, on or around playground equipment, and at the same time to promote activities and features known to benefit children because they provide valuable experiences that will enable them to cope with situations outside the playground.
This part of EN 1176 is applicable to playground equipment intended for individual and collective use by children. It is also applicable to equipment and units installed as children's playground equipment although they are not manufactured as such, but exclude those items defined as toys in EN 71 and the Toys Safety Directive.
It is not applicable to adventure playgrounds with the exception of those items which have been commercially sourced.
NOTE   Adventure playgrounds are fenced, secured playgrounds, run and staffed in accordance with the widely accepted principles that encourage children's development and often use self-built equipment.
This part of EN 1176 specifies the requirements that will protect the child from hazards that they might be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
The use of electricity in play equipment, either as a play activity or as a motive force, is outside the scope of this standard. The attention of users is drawn to European and local national standards and regulations which are to be complied with when using electricity.
Play equipment placed in water and where water can be seen as impact attenuating surfacing is not fully covered by this standard and additional risks are associated with wet environments.
The risk of exposure to excessive levels of UV radiation is not covered in this standard.

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This Technical Report gives advice on positioning and possible means of separation between recreational facilities that have different user age groups and levels of risk. This document also gives advice on features to consider in order to address the risks from other features nearby such as traffic, fast flowing water, deep water with steep banks and other natural environmental features such as .
Information given relates to equipment and facilities that are installed for free-access use outdoors only.
This document is intended to give a horizontal approach, to be considered in all CEN TC 136 relevant standards dealing with free access sports or physical activity facilities.

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This Technical Report gives advice on positioning and possible means of separation between recreational facilities that have different user age groups and levels of risk. This document also gives advice on features to consider in order to address the risks from other features nearby such as traffic, fast flowing water, deep water with steep banks and other natural environmental features such as.
Information given relates to equipment and facilities that are installed for free-access use outdoors only.
This document is intended to give a horizontal approach, to be considered in all CEN/TC 136 relevant standards dealing with free access sports or physical activity facilities.

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ISO 17824-1:2015 specifies the minimum requirements necessary to ensure the safe design, calculation, manufacture, and installation 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. These amusement devices 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 intended for up to 3 children are not covered. It can nevertheless be used in the design of any similar structural or passenger-carrying device.

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ISO 17842-3:2015 defines requirements for the necessary inspections, in accordance with ISO/IEC 17020, of amusement devices designed, manufactured, operated and used according to ISO 17842 1 and ISO 17842 2.

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ISO 17842-2:2015 specifies the minimum requirements necessary to ensure the safe maintenance, operation, inspection 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. These devices 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 three children, are not covered.

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EN 1176-11 specifies additional safety requirements for spatial networks intended for permanent installation for use by children. This European Standard is not applicable to artificial climbing structures, which are used for training for sports activities, e.g. alpinism.

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ISO 17929:2014 has been drawn up with the objective of ensuring the safety of amusement ride passengers, based on the international experience of manufacture and operation of such structures throughout the world gained over decades prior to its publication. It enables the identification of potential hazards and classification of biomechanical effects, including information on recommended acceleration limits, rate of their onset and their duration, to ensure acceptable degrees of biomechanical risks at the stage of amusement ride design, as well as to take such risks into account during development of operational procedures and information on use limitations for amusement ride guests. It gives recommendations regarding use limitations for amusement rides in accordance with the health condition and the well-being of passengers. It also specifies body dimensions of passengers 1,20 m to 2,0 m in height for motion risk analysis on amusement rides. These body dimensions can be taken into account when designing passenger containments and restraints. It does not cover devices used in the circus, theatre or sports, or other devices intended for use only by specially trained people. Nevertheless, it can be used in the design of any similar structural or passenger-carrying device even if it does not explicitly mention the device. ISO 17929:2014 is not applicable to amusement rides put into operation before the date of its publication.

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This European Standard specifies additional safety requirements for spatial networks intended for permanent installation for use by children.
This European Standard is not applicable to artificial climbing structures, which are used for training for sports activities, e.g. alpinism.

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This Technical Report is intended to be read in conjunction with EN 1176. The rationales given in this Technical Report describe the main reasons behind the requirements given in EN 1176. The requirements in the standard are the tools (e.g. measures, testing methods etc.) by which the objectives are intended to be reached.

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This Technical Report is intended to be read in conjunction with EN 1176.
The rationales given in this Technical Report describe the main reasons behind the requirements given in EN 1176. The requirements in the standard are the tools (e.g. measures, testing methods etc.) by which the objectives are intended to be reached.

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This Technical Report covers open access, unsupervised play spaces. It does not cover adventure playgrounds or other play spaces which are used under supervision. The intention of this document is to enable users, to a large extent, to access play spaces and use the equipment independent of the help of others. This Technical Report is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 1176 and provides guidance to those involved in the specification, provision and management of play environments. It is intended to help create spaces that will promote opportunities for children of differing abilities to have the opportunity to participate in unsupervised play, and with appropriate levels of challenge and risk. The scope of EN 1176 (all parts) covers only the safety requirements for play equipment and play surfaces. When developing this Technical Report, however, it was realised that the scope for "play for all" needed to consider a wider context, covering not just the immediate play space but also provide information about the broader environment and other access and facility issues.

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This Technical Report covers open access, unsupervised play spaces. It does not cover adventure playgrounds or other play spaces which are used under supervision. The intention of this document is to enable users, to a large extent, to access play spaces and use the equipment independent of the help of others.
This Technical Report is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 1176 and provides guidance to those involved in the specification, provision and management of play environments. It is intended to help create spaces that will promote opportunities for children of differing abilities to have the opportunity to participate in unsupervised play, and with appropriate levels of challenge and risk.
The scope of EN 1176 (all parts) covers only the safety requirements for play equipment and play surfaces. When developing this Technical Report, however, it was realised that the scope for "play for all" needed to consider a wider context, covering not just the immediate play space but also provide information about the broader environment and other access and facility issues.

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This new part of EN 1176 applies to fully enclosed play equipment intended for installation inside andoutside buildings, and for children up to 14 years old. The purpose of this standard is to provideadditional safety requirements covering particularities of these structures, such as exits and escaperoutes, visibility, external 'climbability', containment walls/netting in relation to safety area, ignitionresistance, specific equipments/components, impact-absorbing surfaces, signage, specific inspection,maintenance and monitoring procedures.

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dow of 60 months, as for all those amendments which bring a change in the scope concerning the limitation clause

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This document is applicable to fully enclosed play equipment intended for installation inside and outside buildings, for children up to 14 years old, see 3.1.
The purpose of this document is to provide additional safety requirements covering particulars of these structures, such as exits and escape routes, visibility, external "climbability", containment walls/netting in relation to safety area, ignition resistance, specific equipments/components, impact-attenuating surfaces, signage, specific inspection and maintenance.

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This standard presents guidelines for the instruments, procedures and parameters, used to analyse dynamic data.  It is assumed that the person performing the analyses has the use of appropriate digital FFT signal processors or FFT computers.
These guidelines are also applicable for other types of signal processing procedures, as long as the analysing parameters are equivalent. Such other procedures contain correlation algorithms e.g. Blackman-Tuckey), digital band pass filter algorithms or heterodyne techniques.
An outline of the data analysis procedures covered in this section is presented in Figure 1.

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Specifies the minimum electrical installation requirements to facilitate the safe design, installation and operation of mobile, temporarily or permanently installed electrical machines and structure which incorporate electrical equipment. The machines and structures are intended to be installed repeatedly, without loss of safety, temporarily or permanently, at fairgrounds, amusement parks, cirsuses or any other places.

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Deals with the safety of electric commercial amusement machines and personal service machines, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase and 480 V for other appliances. Examples of amusement machines that are within the scope of this standard are billiard tables; bowling machines; dartboards; driving simulators; gaming machines; kiddie rides;laser shooting appliances; pinball machines; viedo games. Examples of personal service machines that are within the scope of the standard are card re-value machines; currency dispensers; luggage lockers; weighing machines; shoe shining appliances.

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This document is applicable to fully enclosed play equipment intended for installation inside and outside buildings, for children up to 14 years old, see 3.1.
The purpose of this document is to provide additional safety requirements covering particulars of these structures.

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This document is applicable to fully enclosed play equipment intended for installation inside and outside buildings, for children up to 14 years old, see 3.1.
The purpose of this document is to provide additional safety requirements covering particulars of these structures.

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