DS/EN 16899:2016

Sports and recreational equipment - Parkour equipment - Safety requirements and test methods


Status:
Current
Type:
Standard
Language:
DA;EN / EN
Subject:
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Legislation:

Legislation

Building Regulations 2015​

Building work in new and altered buildings in Denmark

The Building Regulations contain the Danish rules for building work in new buildings, extensions, conversions and other rebuilding work, as well as changes in the use of buildings that are important in relation to the Danish Building Act or the Building Regulations, the demolition of buildings and alterations and other rebuilding work that may affect the consumption of energy in the building. The Building Regulations apply to building work carried out in the Danish market.

Their primary field of application is multi-storey buildings for residential purposes and all kinds of commercial, industrial and institutional buildings, including the categories listed in section 11 of the Danish Building Act, single-family houses for permanent residence, either as detached single-family houses or linked single-family houses, holiday homes in summer house areas, allotment sheds, campsite cabins and garages, outbuildings, and other secondary buildings.

You can read more about the Danish Building Regulations here:  http://bygningsreglementet.dk/


Scope

This European Standard specifies requirements for parkour equipment for use mainly by users starting from 8 years of age. This European Standard recognizes that parkour movement is personally determined by users, using controlled physical exertion from, to and through equipment elements and structures; both permanently installed and portable.

The requirements are intended to protect users from hazards that they might be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.

This European Standard also specifies requirements for the installation and maintenance of parkour equipment, including area, height, flow, location and separation from other facilities, including children’s playgrounds and multi-use games areas (free access multi-sports equipment).

NOTE – As listed above, this European Standard is only applicable to parkour equipment, installation and maintenance, but not for example to parkour activities.

Number of pages: 50

Published: 2016-11-29

Date of approval: 2016-11-29

International relationships: EN 16899:2016 IDT

ICS: 97.220.10 - Sports facilities

Item number: M298629



Committees

Committee

  • CEN/TC 136
  • CEN/TC 136/WG 1

Danish committee

DS/S-230