This document gives the specifications for impact attenuation testing equipment used to evaluate the impact performance characteristics of playground surfacing. Its specifications are aimed at ensuring that developers and manufacturers of such instruments meet minimum performance characteristics to allow repeatable, reproducible and accurate results. This document does not specify a test method. NOTE Such test methods are covered in other standards, e.g. EN 1177, ASTM F1292, ASTM F3313, AS 4422, CSA Z614.

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This document specifies the terms and definitions, product structure, classification, requirements and test methods of head protectors for Wushu Sanda. This document is applicable to Wushu Sanda head protectors sewn with polyurethane (PU) synthetic leather, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) artificial leather, foamed plastic products and other materials.

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This document for fitness centres specifies minimum requirements for structured exercise and physical activity. This includes requirements for equipment and any associated facilities, if present, together with the operational and managerial procedures for delivering the service.
This European Standard is applicable to all publically accessible fitness centres where diverse structured exercise and/or physical activity for groups and/or individuals are delivered in a safe and controlled environment .
NOTE   In the event that the fitness centre is designed to be accessible to people with disability and/or impairments, attention is drawn to any relevant national guidelines.
This European Standard excludes any permanently installed outdoor fitness equipment according to EN 16630 or stationary exercise equipment for medical use according to directive 93/42/EWG. ((To be discussed later after clarification with committee for training equipment and outdoor fitness equipment.))
Additional services such as spa services, child care, tanning beds, swimming pools, nutritional counselling, facilities for racket sports etc. are not included in this part. ((To be discussed whether to remove this paragraph.))

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This document for fitness centres specifies minimum requirements for structured exercise and physical activity. This includes requirements for equipment and any associated facilities, if present, together with the operational and managerial procedures for delivering the service.
This European Standard is applicable to all publically accessible fitness centres where diverse structured exercise and/or physical activity for groups and/or individuals are delivered in a safe and controlled environment .
NOTE   In the event that the fitness centre is designed to be accessible to people with disability and/or impairments, attention is drawn to any relevant national guidelines.
This European Standard excludes any permanently installed outdoor fitness equipment according to EN 16630 or stationary exercise equipment for medical use according to directive 93/42/EWG. ((To be discussed later after clarification with committee for training equipment and outdoor fitness equipment.))
Additional services such as spa services, child care, tanning beds, swimming pools, nutritional counselling, facilities for racket sports etc. are not included in this part. ((To be discussed whether to remove this paragraph.))

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This document specifies classifications, requirements and test methods of Wushu Taiji clothing for performing the Wushu Taiji sport. This document is applicable to the Wushu Taiji clothing made of textile fabrics for adult users.

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ISO 21924-4:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for head protectors without face protection used in unarmed martial arts, such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines. ISO 21924-4:2017 also applies to head protectors used in boxing.

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ISO 21924-2:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for instep protectors, shin protectors and forearm protectors used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines. For general requirements and test methods for protective equipment for martial arts, see ISO 21924‑1.

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ISO 21924-3:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for trunk protectors used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines. It also applies to breast protectors for men. For general requirements and test methods for protective equipment for martial arts, see ISO 21924‑1.

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ISO 21924-6:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for breast protectors for females used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines

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ISO 21924-1:2017 specifies the general requirements and test methods for innocuousness, ergonomics, restraint, zone of protection, impact performance, as well as provisions for marking and the information supplied by the manufacturer for protective equipment used in martial arts. The protectors covered by this document are mainly designed for use in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines. Additional requirements and test methods for components of protectors for specific kinds of martial arts are specified in further parts of this document.

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ISO 21924-5:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for genital protectors and abdominal protectors used in unarmed martial arts such as taekwondo, karate, kick-boxing and similar disciplines.

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ISO 21924-7:2017 specifies additional requirements and test methods for hand and foot protectors which are used in unarmed martial arts, including boxing, for strikes against other persons or training equipment.

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ISO 20183:2015 provides standards writers with guidelines for the inclusion of injury and safety definitions and thresholds to be applied in the development of ISO/TC 83 standards. It is intended to contribute to harmonization of the language and understanding safety of products/procedures as well as to comply with Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety requirements.

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ISO 20183:2015 provides standards writers with guidelines for the inclusion of injury and safety definitions and thresholds to be applied in the development of ISO/TC 83 standards. It is intended to contribute to harmonization of the language and understanding safety of products/procedures as well as to comply with Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety requirements.

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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 20187:2016 is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children up to 14 years of age individually and as a group activity. ISO 20187:2016 specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activities are bouncing and sliding. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimize accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture, and supply of inflatable play equipment. It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data. ISO 20187:2016 specifies the requirements that will protect a 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. ISO 20187:2016 is not applicable to inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.

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ISO 20183:2015 provides standards writers with guidelines for the inclusion of injury and safety definitions and thresholds to be applied in the development of ISO/TC 83 standards. It is intended to contribute to harmonization of the language and understanding safety of products/procedures as well as to comply with Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety requirements.

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This European Standard is applicable for karts, according to 3.1, that are not intended to be used on public roads.
This European Standard applies to:
-   leisure karts only;
-   karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG combustion engines;
-   karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary;
-   karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a sealed ground (such as asphalt, concrete, ice or snow).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   karts used for competition organised by and under the responsibility of the CIK-FIA and/or ASN, ensuring through the granting of licenses by an ASN or one of its affiliated members as defined in the International Sporting code, compliance with the safety, sporting, disciplinary and technical rules of the CIAK-FIA and/ or ASN;
-   karts designed exclusively for competition and toys;
-   cross country karts;
-   karts with two or more seats;
-   karts used on tracks not mentioned above (such as mud, earth);
-   karts used in amusement parks.
The requirements related to the hazards of electrical propulsion are not covered in this European Standard.
The requirements related to whole-body vibration are not covered in this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the risks arising from significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (see Clause 6) during operation and maintenance of the karts, when carried out as intended by the manufacturer.
Safety in karting activities is dependent on a correct interaction between leisure karts and the track equipment and facilities. General recommendations for tracks to be used for leisure karting are included in this part of the standard.
This document is not applicable to karts that are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN.
NOTE   Specific requirements for tracks design and operation will be included in a future Part 2 of this standard.

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This document specifies safety requirements, performance requirements and requirements for marking and labelling of air pumps for inflatable consumer articles including the interface geometry between pump adapters and valves for inflatable consumer articles.
This document does not apply to pumps including tubes and adapters for inflation and deflation.
This document is not applicable to electrical inflators.

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This document specifies the interface geometry between valves and pump adapters as well as flow rate performance, pressure, marking and labelling for air pumps for inflatable consumer articles (see definition in 3.1).
This document does not apply to:
- valves of personal flotation devices according to EN ISO 12402;
- diving accessories and buoyancy compensators according to EN 1809.
This document excludes the following valve types:
- valves used for bicycles and vehicles;
- needle valves (e. g. valves used for team sport balls).

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This document specifies guidelines and recommendations for the safe operation of fitness centres during an infectious outbreak. This document sets out guidelines relative to the wide range of operating models for fitness centres with a framework of good practices for operators to use.
This includes the operational and managerial procedures for offering and delivering the service covering users, staff, and contractors whilst on the premises. These guidelines will cover, but are not limited to:
- overall risk reduction
- the practise of social distancing and control of users
- air treatment and ventilation
- cleaning, hygiene and health protocols
- management and training of staff and use of personal protective equipment
This document is applicable to all publicly accessible fitness centres where physical activity for groups and/or individuals is delivered to all of its users in order to provide a safe and controlled environment. This document does not cover fitness centres where physical activity is exclusively secondary business.
Note: A fitness centre is a publicly accessible place where diverse physical fitness activities for groups and/or individuals is delivered. Note: A fitness centre can comprise of an exercising area with equipment-based strength training, free weights, portable/fixed equipment and/or most often also cardiovascular training equipment/machines and/or frequently also group fitness training in specific rooms or in a studio.

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This document sets out requirements for the supervision and staffing, necessary to protect the health, safety and welfare of users, staff and contractors across a wide range of fitness centres as defined in EN 17229:2019.
This document specifies the essential skills required from operational staff and fitness staff who have a responsibility for the supervision of their users, staff and contractors using and working in their fitness centres.
This document applies in conjunction with, and in addition to EN 17229, Fitness centres - Requirements for centre amenities and operation - Operational and managerial requirements. This document cannot be used separately from EN 17229.

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1 Modification to table 1 Type of kart - Manufacturers design parameters
2 Modification to clause 7.4.1.2 "Additional requirements for all-around protection having a shaped surface"
3 Modification to clause 7.5.1.2 "Mechanical components of the brake system"
4 Modification to clause 9.2 "User manual"
5 Modification to clause 9.4
6 Modification to clause A.3.2 Test method for the distance between the ground and lower edge of the protection (a value Figure 2)7 Modification to clause A.3.3 Test method to measure the distance between the ground and the upper edge of the protection (b value  Figure 2)
8 Modification to clause E.2 Coupling the hand and body to the vibration source
9 Modification to clause E.7 Information to be reported

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This document sets out requirements for the supervision and staffing, necessary to protect the health, safety and welfare of users, staff and contractors across a wide range of fitness centres as defined in EN 17229:2019.
This document specifies the essential skills required from operational staff and fitness staff who have a responsibility for the supervision of their users, staff and contractors using and working in their fitness centres.
This document applies in conjunction with, and in addition to EN 17229, Fitness centres - Requirements for centre amenities and operation - Operational and managerial requirements. This document cannot be used separately from EN 17229.

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This document specifies guidelines and recommendations for the safe operation of fitness centres during an infectious outbreak. This document sets out guidelines relative to the wide range of operating models for fitness centres with a framework of good practices for operators to use.
This includes the operational and managerial procedures for offering and delivering the service covering users, staff, and contractors whilst on the premises. These guidelines will cover, but are not limited to:
- overall risk reduction
- the practise of social distancing and control of users
- air treatment and ventilation
- cleaning, hygiene and health protocols
- management and training of staff and use of personal protective equipment
This document is applicable to all publicly accessible fitness centres where physical activity for groups and/or individuals is delivered to all of its users in order to provide a safe and controlled environment. This document does not cover fitness centres where physical activity is exclusively secondary business.
Note: A fitness centre is a publicly accessible place where diverse physical fitness activities for groups and/or individuals is delivered. Note: A fitness centre can comprise of an exercising area with equipment-based strength training, free weights, portable/fixed equipment and/or most often also cardiovascular training equipment/machines and/or frequently also group fitness training in specific rooms or in a studio.

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This European Standard is applicable for karts, according to 3.1, that are not intended to be used on public roads. This European Standard applies to: - leisure karts only; - karts propelled by a combustion engine, including LPG combustion engines; - karts used on indoor and outdoor tracks, permanent or temporary; - karts used on supervised tracks designed for leisure karting, with a sealed ground (such as asphalt, concrete, ice or snow).

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