This document specifies requirements, test methods and marking for alpine ski-boots with improved walking soles that are used with systems of alpine ski-bindings for improved walking soles with attachment at the boot front and boot rear, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. Alpine ski boots with improved walking soles are intended to a better walkability without affecting the function of the alpine ski binding designed for improved walking soles. This document is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger (Types A (Adults) and C (Children)) in the Mondo point system (see Annex A).

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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for treadmills in addition to the general safety requirements and test methods of ISO 20957‑1. It is intended that this document is applied together with ISO 20957‑1. This document deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to stationary training equipment used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). This document is applicable to power-driven as well as to non-power/manually driven training equipment type treadmills (hereafter referred to as treadmills) with the classes S, H and I and classes A, B and C regarding accuracy. This document is not applicable to treadmills which are manufactured before it publication.

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This document specifies safety requirements for rowing equipment. This document is intended to be read in conjunction with the general safety requirements of ISO 20957‑1. This document is applicable to rowing type stationary training equipment, hereinafter referred to as rowing equipment, within the classes H, S and I and classes A, B and C regarding accuracy.

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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 defines the minimum requirements for safety in poles for alpine and touring skiing. It specifies test methods to check conformity with these requirements. It is applicable to ski-poles for alpine and touring skiing in the following ranges of total length, lT: — group A, lT ≥ 1 050 mm (adults' poles); — group B, 1 050 mm > lT ≥ 700 mm (junior poles); — group C, lT

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This document specifies additional safety requirements for stationary strength training equipment. This document is intended to be read in conjunction with the general safety requirements of ISO 20957‑1. This document is applicable to stationary training equipment type strength training equipment with stacked weight resistance or other means of resistance, such as elastic cords, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, magnetic, springs and externally loaded weights (type 2) (hereinafter referred to as training equipment) with the classes H, S and I according to ISO 20957‑1. NOTE Free-weight barbell racks are subject to the requirements of ISO 20957‑4 and ISO 20957‑1.

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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 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 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 specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine ski-bindings. It gives information necessary to determine the release torques recommended for use by ski-binding manufacturers in their instructions for installation and use, and by ski shops for the adjustment of ski-bindings already mounted. It is applicable to state-of-the-art alpine ski bindings. It might be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more than half-way up the lower leg. This document describes a specified method for the selection of the recommended release torques considering three types of skiers. The method applies to moment-measuring binding test machines, according to ISO 11110.

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This document specifies test methods for screws used for fastening ski bindings to alpine skis. NOTE 1 Acceptance criteria are specified in ISO 6004. The results of these test methods characterize the properties of the binding screw. NOTE 2 A test method for the mounting and fastening characteristics of different ski models is specified in ISO 8364.

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This document specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements, test methods, and marking of ski-boots with a rigid sole (see 3.5) which are used with current systems of touring ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this document in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. This document is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the Mondopoint system (see Annex A). It is applicable to rigid touring boots. Boots with softer shells like Telemark boots are excluded as they do not have the necessary shell stability to act as part of the release systems.

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This document specifies the requirements, test methods and marking of ski-boots which are used with current systems of alpine ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this document in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. It applies to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger [types A (for adults) and C (for children)] in the Mondopoint system (see Annex A).

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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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This document defines test soles representing — an alpine ski-boot (form A) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing alpine ski-bindings for alpine skiing in accordance with ISO 9462 and ISO 9465, and — a touring ski-boot (form T) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing touring ski-bindings for touring skiing in accordance with ISO 13992 and ISO 9465. NOTE Ski-boots have their own International Standards (ISO 5355 and ISO 9523) that allow relatively large tolerances in defining the test sole which are generally believed to be suitable for on-slope use by skiers, but too large for reproducible laboratory measurements.

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This document specifies a uniform method for the sampling and inspection of complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems used in rental operations. This document is intended for any facility which rents complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems as for example when the skier owns the boots. This document is not applicable for alpine touring ski-binding-boot systems. This document is not applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are rented for 15 days or more. NOTE 1 A period of less than 15 days is common for equipment being rented. NOTE 2 ISO 11088 gives a method for testing if the equipment is owned or rented for 15 days or more.

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This document specifies terms and definitions, product structure, requirements, test method and marking of Wushu Taiji (Tai Chi) sword. This document is applicable to the sword used for the Wushu (Chinese martial arts also known as Kung Fu) Taiji (Tai Chi) sport.

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This document specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms of skis, integrating, in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are related to skis, bindings and boots. It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for sports retailers. It is applicable to a ski-binding-boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is owned by the user. This document is applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are owned by the user or rented for 15 days or more. NOTE ISO 13993 gives a method of measurement for equipment which is rented for less than 15 days.

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ISO 8364:2017 specifies requirements and test methods for the binding mounting area and free space area, ski bindings and retention devices of alpine skis, in order to optimize the compatibility of the functional unit "ski binding ? retention device ? boot". ISO 8364:2017 contains data for the manufacturer of alpine skis, bindings and retention devices, concerning dimensions, tests and other specifications for the binding mounting area.

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ISO 7798:2017 specifies a method for the determination of the fatigue indexes of cross-country skis (i.e. the resistance of the skis to changes of bottom camber height or irreversible damage) after a bending test with cyclic loading. ISO 7798:2017 is applicable to cross-country skis with a nominal length of 160 cm to 215 cm.

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ISO 6003:2017 specifies laboratory measurement methods for mass and polar moment of inertia of alpine skis. If laboratory measurement data are determined and published by the ski manufacturer or other institutions, standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability. ISO 6003:2017 also specifies a tolerance range which can be met by the measurement data of all manufactured skis, if for the specific model length measurement data are published by the manufacturer of the ski. NOTE The appropriate ski length can be given with the published measurement data. ISO 6003:2017 is not the purpose of this document to evaluate the measurement data with regard to their influence on the quality of the ski.

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ISO 10045:2017 specifies the dimensions, mechanical properties and fastening characteristics of test screws used for testing the binding mounting area of alpine skis.

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ISO 7139:2017 specifies laboratory measurement methods to determine the elastic properties of cross-country skis. Its purpose is to calculate the resistance of defined parts of the ski to bending. ISO 7139:2017 applies to cross-country skis with a nominal length greater than or equal to 150 cm. The standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability between laboratory measurement data, determined and published by ski manufacturers, institutions or others. In ISO 7139:2017, no attempt is made to relate the measurement data to the quality of the ski

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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 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 21924-2:2017 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 21924-4:2017 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 21924-6:2017 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 7138:2017 specifies laboratory measurement methods for mass and location of the balance point of cross-country skis. If laboratory measurement data are determined and published by manufacturers or other institutions, standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability. ISO 7138:2017 is not the purpose of this document to evaluate the measurement data with regard to their influence on the quality of the ski.

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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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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 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 25649-1:2017 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 25649-7:2017 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 25649-2:2017 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 25649-6:2017 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 25649-4:2017 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 19202-1:2017 specifies the safety requirements for planning of track, design and calculation, manufacturing, erection, testing and commissioning of summer toboggan runs and their components according to Clause 3. Those are sports facilities with an inclined guided downhill track, on which the user passes a difference in height by user's dependent speed control, to a limited velocity and descending by gravity. Its basic approach is the consciousness that the sledding usually implies for the users a remaining risk, which is comparable with sports activities, e.g. bicycle riding, alpine skiing, rope courses, because a) active independent actions without supervision are necessary on tracks in order to control descents (distance control and braking), and b) posture and balance to ensure the balance between centrifugal and gravitational force are required. ISO 19202-1:2017 is applicable to summer toboggan runs and major modification to summer toboggan runs and toboggans manufactured after the effective date of publication.

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ISO 19202-2:2017 specifies operational requirements, signage, maintenance, repair and modifications for summer toboggan runs and their components according to ISO 19202‑1. ISO 19202-2:2017 is applicable to summer toboggan runs and major modification to summer toboggan runs and toboggans manufactured after the effective date of publication. National rules on occupational safety and health first apply and they can be completed by ISO 19202-2:2017.

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ISO 10256-5:2017 specifies performance requirements and test methods for neck laceration protectors used in ice hockey. Neck laceration protectors are needed to reduce the risk of direct laceration to the neck caused by contact of a hockey skate blade. The tests required to ensure that a neck laceration protector conforms to the requirements of this document do not attempt to predict the performance of the neck protector in all possible situations. This document does not address protection from the impact of pucks, sticks or other objects. ISO 10256-5:2017 does not address accessories that are associated with a neck laceration protector.

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ISO 8936:2017 specifies requirements, test methods and material performance characteristics for vehicle awnings. It applies to awnings intended to be pitched and struck. ISO 8936:2017 is not applicable to: a) sun awnings: structure detachable from the vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow; NOTE 1 A sun awning can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document. b) external blinds: structure permanently fixed to a vehicle which is used to provide shelter from the sun, but is not designed or constructed to provide shelter from wind, rain or snow; NOTE 2 An external blind can be used with additional front and side panels to form an enclosure, but this enclosure would not meet the requirements of an awning as defined in this document. c) fixed awnings: permanent awning which is not designed for mobile use. EXAMPLE Awnings equipped with square aluminium frames or timber supporting structures and the possibility to install living compartment windows and doors.

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ISO 20957-5:2016 specifies safety requirements for stationary exercise bicycles and upper body crank training equipment in addition to the general safety requirements of ISO 20957‑1. ISO 20957-5:2016 is applicable to stationary training equipment type stationary exercise bicycles and upper body crank training equipment (type 5) as defined in Clause 3 within the classes S, H, I and A, B, C according to ISO 20957‑1. Any attachment provided with the stationary exercise bicycles and upper body crank training equipment for the performance of additional exercises are subject to the requirements of ISO 20957‑1. ISO 20957-5:2016 is not applicable to roller stands as they cannot be made safe in a reasonable way.

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ISO 10256-4:2016 covers performance requirements for head and face protectors to be used by ice hockey goalkeepers. It is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1, ISO 10256‑2 and ISO 10256‑3. Performance requirements are established, where appropriate for the following: a) materials, assembly, and design; b) protected areas (coverage) and penetration resistance; c) shock absorption; d) puck impact resistance; e) retention; f) optical quality. NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedent over a figure. NOTE 2 The intent of this part of ISO 10256 is to reduce the risk of injury to the head and face of ice hockey goalkeepers without compromising the form and appeal of the game.

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ISO 10256-1:2016 is part of ISO 10256 specifies general requirements for head, face, neck and body protectors (hereafter referred to as protectors) for use in ice hockey. ISO 10256-1:2016 is intended only for protectors used for ice hockey. Requirements are given for the following: a) terms and definitions; b) innocuousness; c) ergonomics; d) test report; e) permanent markings; f) information for users. In the ISO 10256 series, collateral standards specify performance requirements for protectors for use in ice hockey and are intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256-1:2016. NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedence over a figure. NOTE 2 The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to an ice hockey player without compromising the form or appeal of the game. These standards presume that the rules of play for ice hockey will be followed by players and enforced by officials.

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