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 specifies the requirements on safety, performance and fitness for use of camping tents.
NOTE For caravan awnings, see ISO 8936.

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This document specifies safety requirements, test methods and operational requirements for water play equipment, features and structures:
- intended for playing, and
- in areas intended for water activities for public use (non-domestic), typically in swimming pool facilities, and
- where water is an integral part in the use of the play equipment/feature/structures.
This document also applies for spray parks.
This document does not apply to:
a)   floating leisure articles according to EN ISO 25649 series;
b)   artificial climbing walls according to EN 12572 series;
c)   toys according to EN 71 series;
d)   water slides according to EN 1069 series;
e)   climbing/bouldering walls used in the swimming pool surround according to EN 17164;
f)   water equipment/features (e.g. ornamental fountains) not intended for playing;
g)   water play equipment/features installed in swimming pools for domestic use.
h)   playground equipment according to EN 1176 series.

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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for components of an individual safety system for protection against a fall from height used in permanent and mobile rope courses as defined in EN 15567 1.
The products considered in this standard are not intended to limit, by themselves, the deceleration of the fall of the user, as defined in EN 15567 1. For this requirement, it is essential to consider the whole ropes course system.
Safety lines and harness are not covered in this standard.

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This document specifies the minimum safety requirement and test methods for a release system that reduces the pulling force of the kite and disconnects the user from the kite.
This document is applicable for release systems which are operated intentionally by the user or another person, and are used for the sport of kite boarding.

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This European Standard applies to permanent and mobile ropes courses and their components.
This European Standard specifies safety requirements for the design, construction, inspection and maintenance of ropes courses and their components.
This European Standard does not apply to temporary ropes courses (see 3.3) and children's play grounds (see EN 1176 all parts).
For the use of ropes courses EN 15567 2 applies.

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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 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 part of EN 14960 specifies additional safety requirements for inflatable bouncing pillows intended for permanent installation.
This part of EN 14960 is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under, both individually and collectively.
This part of EN 14960 specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activity is bouncing. 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.
This part of EN 14960 specifies the requirements that will protect a child from hazards that he or she might be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
This part of EN 14960 is not applicable to inflatables dealt with in EN 14960 1:2019, 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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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for crampons intended to prevent the user from slipping when used in mountaineering on snow and ice including climbing mixed terrain.

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This European Standard is applicable to playing field goals used for competition, training or recreational play, indoor and outdoor areas including educational establishments and public recreational areas.
It specifies the functional and safety requirements and test methods for all types of portable and permanent socketed goals having a total weight greater than 10 kg with the exception of goals with a size of 5,00 m × 2,00 m and 7,32 m × 2,44 m with a weight of > 42 kg, which are covered by EN 748 (see Table 1, Footnote b and c).
The following goals specified in the standards listed below are also excluded:
a)   EN 748 (football);
b)   EN 749 (handball);
c)   EN 750 (hockey);
d)   EN 1270 (basketball) and any other type of goal used for basketball;
e)   EN 15312 (free access multi-sports);
f)   EN 13451 7 (water polo);
g)   EN 16664 (lightweight goals).
The following goals are also excluded:
h)   inflatable goals;
i)   goals which are classified as toys under the responsibility of CEN/TC 52;
j)   for portable and permanent socketed playing field goals for American football;
k)   goals which are intended to move in use (e.g. Lacrosse, rink hockey and roller hockey).

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This document applies to kick scooters that can only be propelled by the muscular activity of a user with a body mass of more than 20 kg and less than 100 kg.
To reduce the risk of injuries to both the user and third parties during intended use this standard specifies safety requirements, test methods, marking, and information supplied by the manufacturer. Kick scooters for use by users of less than 20 kg do not belong to the scope of this document. They are toys.
It should be noted that there are two types of scooters for the weight group 20 kg to 50 kg – those classified as sports equipment for use on public roads and path ways (this European Standard) and those classified as toys for domestic use (according to EN 71-1).

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This European Standard is applicable to all water slides installed in swimming pools of public use.
This Standard specifies general safety requirements for water slides in swimming pools of public use and specific requirements for defined types of water slides. These specific safety requirements are also applicable to undefined types as far as possible.
These requirements concern safety and the technical rules for design, calculation and testing.

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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 is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under both individually and collectively.
This document 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.
This document 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.
This document 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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This document applies to skateparks for public use intended for the use of skateboards, other roller sports equipments and BMX bikes.
It specifies safety requirements and requirements for testing and marking, information supplied by the manufacturer, information for users, as well as for inspection and maintenance to protect users and third parties (e.g. spectators) from hazards, as far as possible, when using a skatepark as intended, or as can be reasonably expected.
This standard does not apply to bike facilities modelled from ground, gravel or rock.

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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 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 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 document specifies safety requirements and test methods for rock anchors for use in mountaineering including climbing.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for harnesses for use in mountaineering including climbing. It is applicable to full body harnesses, small body harnesses, sit harnesses and chest harnesses.

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This document specifies safety requirements relevant to certain aspects of the design and construction of classified pools according to Clause 4. It is intended for those concerned with the design, construction, planning and operation of classified swimming pools. It provides guidance about the risks associated by identifying the design characteristics required for a safe environment.
The requirements of this document are applicable to all new classified pools and, as appropriate, to specific refurbishments of classified existing pools.
This document has limited application to classified pools which consist of segregated areas of rivers, lakes or the sea but this document should be followed where relevant.
National and/or local legislation may apply.
This document is not applicable to domestic swimming pools according to EN 16582 (all parts). Further definitions of domestic swimming pools and/or use is given in EN 16582.

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This document specifies general safety requirements and test methods for all pieces of gymnastic and sports equipment and for all pieces of equipment for the use of physical education, training and competition, intended for use supervised by a competent person and not specified in other, individual standards and/or federation rules.

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This document specifies safety requirements for climbing/bouldering walls, which are vertical and/or overhanging towards the water area, for use in the water area of swimming pools for public use in addition to the general safety requirements of EN 13451-1. It is therefore advised to read this document in conjunction with EN 13451-1. Requirements for the use, the operation and the maintenance are also specified.
This standard is applicable to climbing/bouldering walls in classified swimming pools as specified in EN 15288-1.
This standard is not applicable to climbing/bouldering walls in swimming pools for domestic use.
This standard has limited application to water areas which consist of segregated areas of rivers, lakes or the sea. It is advised to follow the design, working methods and operational requirements insofar as they are relevant. This standard is not applicable to artificial climbing structures according to EN 12572 (all parts) and to inflatable climbing/bouldering walls according to EN ISO 25649-6.
In the aspects which overlap with EN 13451-10 the requirements of this EN standard take precedence over the EN 13451-10.
NOTE In this standard, "climbing" and "bouldering" are used synonymously.

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This document specifies safety requirements for the operation of classified pools according to Clause 4. It is intended for those concerned with the operation and management of classified swimming pools. It provides guidance about the risks for staff and users associated with public swimming pools, by identifying the precautions needed to achieve safety.
This document has limited application to classified pools which consist of segregated areas of rivers, lakes or the sea. It is advised to follow the requirements for safe working methods and supervision insofar as they are relevant.
National and/or local legislation may apply.
This document is not applicable for domestic swimming pools according to EN 16582 (all parts). Further definitions of domestic swimming pools and/or use is given in EN 16582.

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This part of the EN 13451 series specifies safety requirements for diving platforms, diving springboards and associated equipment in addition to the general safety requirements of EN 13451-1 and is meant to be read in conjunction with it.
The requirements of this part of the EN 13451 series take priority over those in EN 13451-1.
This part of the EN 13451 series is applicable to platforms and springboards, and associated equipment for use in classified swimming pools as specified in EN 15288-1 and EN 15288-2.

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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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2018-01-09 - TC decision is missing to skip Formal Vote. email sent to TC requesting TC decision on 2018-01-09. email saved on network (standards).
2018-01-10 - TC decision received to skip FV.

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TC origin - vocabulary updated.
2018-02-07 AJC: Vocabulary updated.

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This document specifies the functional requirements for 4 types and 2 sizes (see Clause 3) and the safety requirements (see Clause 4) for football goals.
It is applicable to football goals for training and competition in outdoor sports facilities and indoor arenas.
The following football goals are excluded:
a)   EN 16579: goals with a size of 5,00 m × 2,00 m and 7,32 m × 2,44 m and with a total weight of ≥ 10 kg and ≤ 42 kg (total weight includes net, net fixing and any permanently attached anchoring or stabilizing system);
b)   EN 16664: (lightweight goals).

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ISO 20380:2017 describes the minimum operational, performance and safety requirements and test methods for computer vision systems used to detect drowning accidents.
ISO 20380:2017 does not apply to the systems used in domestic swimming pools and pool basins with a surface area of less than 150 m2.

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ISO 20957-10:2017 specifies safety requirements for exercise bicycles with a fixed wheel or without freewheel that have an inertia of >0,6 kg·m2. The requirements are in addition to the general safety requirements of ISO 20957‑1, with which ISO 20957-10:2017 is intended to be read in conjunction.
Any attachment provided with the exercise bicycle with a fixed wheel or without freewheel for the performance of additional exercises is subject to the requirements of ISO 20957‑1.

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ISO 20957-8.2017 specifies safety requirements for stepper, stairclimber and climber machines (hereafter called training equipment) performed from either a standing or sitting position. The requirements are in addition to the general safety requirements of ISO 20957‑1, with which ISO 20957-8.2017 is intended to be read in conjunction.
ISO 20957-8.2017 is applicable to stationary training equipment type stepper, stairclimber and climber training equipment, within classes S and H. Additional requirements are provided for accuracy class A.

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This European Standard specifies design requirements applicable to a Via Ferrata.
It is not applicable neither to ropes courses (covered by EN 15567) nor to trails only equipped with progression aids like foot-steps, ladders, handrails, chains, cables, ropes.

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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 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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ISO 25649-6:2017 is applicable for Class D floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649‑1 regardless whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant material.
ISO 25649-6:2017 is to be applied with ISO 25649‑1 and ISO 25649‑2.
NOTE 1 Typical products forming Class D (see Annex A):
- inflatable climbing structures on the water;
- bouncing platforms;
- inflatable slides;
- water trampolines;
- teeter totters;
- obstacle courses.
NOTE 2 Typical places for application:
- pools;
- lakes, ponds;
- open sea;
- sea shore (no offshore winds, no currents).

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ISO 25649-3:2017 is applicable for CLASS A classified floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649‑1 regardless whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant material.
ISO 25649-3:2017 is to be applied with ISO 25649‑1 and ISO 25649‑2.
NOTE 1 Typical products forming Class A (see Annex A):
- "Floating Islands" in near round or square shaped forms decorated with palm tree, sun shade, etc. high superstructure;
- large floats/rafts in various forms from round to square;
- large floating tubes, giant tubes (inflatable or inherently buoyant);
- floating arm chairs, seats and sun beds;
- air mattresses for use on the water;
- recreational rafts/floating platforms/pontoons.
NOTE 2 Typical places for application:
- pools;
- protected areas of lakes, ponds;
- protected area sea shore (no offshore winds, no currents).

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ISO 25649-2:2017 specifies consumer information for classified floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649‑1.
ISO 25649-2:2017 is applicable with ISO 25649‑1 and the relevant specific parts (ISO 25649‑3 to ISO 25649‑7).
NOTE 1 Specific safety requirements are specified in the specific parts ISO 25649‑3 to ISO 25649‑7.
NOTE 2 The specific parts can include exclusions from the general requirements specified in this document and/or ISO 25649‑1.

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ISO 25649-1:2017 specifies safety requirements and test methods related to materials, safety, performance for classified floating leisure articles for use on and in water in accordance with Clause 4 (see Table 1).
ISO 25649-1:2017 is only applicable with ISO 25649‑2 and the relevant specific parts (ISO 25649‑3 to ISO 25649‑7).
NOTE 1 Specific safety requirements are specified in ISO 25649‑3 to ISO 25649‑7.
NOTE 2 The specific parts can include exclusions from the general requirements specified in this document and/or ISO 25649‑2.
ISO 25649-1:2017 is not applicable to:
- aquatic toys according to European Directive 2009/48/EC (use in shallow waters/use under supervision);
- inflatable boats with a buoyancy > 1 800 N according to European Directive 94/25/EC;
- buoyant aids for swimming instructions according to European Directive 89/686/EEC;
- air mattresses which are not specifically designed or intended for use on the water (e.g. velour bed, self inflating mattress and rubberized cotton air mattress);
- floating seats for angling purposes;
- surf sports type devices (e.g. body boards, surf boards);
- water ski, wakeboard or kite surfing board;
- devices made from rigid materials e.g. wood, aluminium, hard or non-deformable plastic;
- devices which are kept in shape by permanent air flow;
- rings intended for use on water slides;
- wading devices.

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ISO 25649-4:2017 specifies safety requirements and test methods related to materials, safety, performance and consumer information for classified floating leisure articles for use on and in the water according to ISO 25649‑1.
ISO 25649-4:2017 is to be applied with ISO 25649‑1 and ISO 25649‑2.
ISO 25649-4:2017 is applicable for Class B floating leisure articles for use on and in the water according to ISO 25649‑1 regardless whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant material.
Class B devices provide a buoyant structure with one or more body openings into which the user is positioned partly immersed.
NOTE 1 Typical products forming Class B (see Annex B):
- floating rafts with interior body holding system ("swim seats") mostly in circular or square shape, fantasy shape for playing purposes;
- floating fantasy shaped structures with one or more openings to host a child's body, with or without body holding system;
- floating with slits or openings to put legs through any shape;
- floating rings with interior seat segments inside the circular body opening.
NOTE 2 Typical places for application:
- pools;
- protected areas of lakes, ponds;
- protected area sea shore (no offshore winds, no currents).

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ISO 25649-7:2017 is applicable for Class E floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649‑1 regardless whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant material.
ISO 25649-7:2017 is applicable with ISO 25649‑1 and ISO 25649‑2.
Class E devices are intended for use in bathing areas or in protected and safe shore zones.
NOTE 1 Typical products forming Class E (see Annex F):
- inflatable boats for rowing or paddling of near oval shape with or without transom;
- canoes and kayaks;
- inflatable boats made from plastic sheets or from reinforced materials;
- motor kit/sail kit as additional option.
NOTE 2 Typical places for application of Class E devices:
- moving from A to B for pleasure purposes;
- staying on the water for relaxing;
- moving from shore to the main boat, transportation of persons and load (tender boat).

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ISO 25649-5:2017 is applicable for CLASS C classified floating leisure articles for use on and in water according to ISO 25649‑1 regardless of whether the buoyancy is achieved by inflation or inherent buoyant material.
ISO 25649-5:2017 is to be applied with ISO 25649‑1 and ISO 25649‑2.
NOTE 1 Typical products forming class C (see Annex B):
- tube riders towable with interior holding facility and closed cockpit;
- raft riders towable;
- board riders towable;
- banana type towable.
NOTE 2 Typical places for application:
- distant from bathing areas and other frequented water surfaces, wide empty spaces, dedicated racetracks (parcours);
- no to little waves;
- no strong currents.

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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 specifies safety requirements and test methods for tape supplied on drums or in separate lengths, for use in mountaineering including climbing.

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This European Standard is applicable to water slides as defined in EN 1069-1:2017, 3.3.
This European Standard establishes the instructions for use, operation and maintenance as well as the documentation and commissioning of water slides.

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This European standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for slings used for mountaineering including climbing.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for energy absorbing systems (EAS) for use in climbing on a Via Ferrata, for users weighing not less than 40 kg (total weight without equipment) and no more than 120 kg (total weight including the equipment).
NOTE   This European Standard is one of a package of standards for mountaineering equipment, see Annex A.

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