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Because internet links are often complicated and may change, the QR code in the Safe to Play book bring to this page. Here the link can be corrected if needed or when a better source is found, changed.
|Link # in the book||Description|
|Link #1||Form which can be used to report an accident for the technical committee responsible for safety standards.|
|Link #02||List of countries where ISO standards are used.|
|Link #03||List of countries where EN standards are used.|
|Link #06||European commission's SOLVIT home page.|
|Link #07||EFTA home page.|
|Link #08||WTO home page.|
|Link #12||About use of 112 emergency number.|
|Link #13||List of experts who are given credits in the Safe to Play -book.|
|Link #14||RAPEX directive.|
|Link #15||DINED database with anthropometric measurements.|
|Link #16||UK specific guidance from the RPII/API concerning parkour.|
|Link #17||UK specific guidance from the RPII/API concerning outdoor fitness.|
|Link #18||Study about bounce effect of impact attenuating surfacing.|
|Link #19||Definition of "Learning disability". NHS Choices, 2015. What is a learning disability?|
Human mistakes in the book can not be corrected after printing. The book has about 5 000 details, each of which may be obscure, ambiguous, inaccurate or later out of date.
Date Target Correction
2018.03.14 page 110, caption of picture 205 Dimensions that optimise risk and benefits of overhead ladders.
2018.03.20 page 122, caption of picture 229 An example of a traditional swing with 2 seats.
2018.03.20 page 123, caption of picture 230 An example of a traditional swing with more than 2 seats.
2018.03.20 page 123, caption of picture 231 An example of group swing with a single support point.
2018.03.20 page 123, caption of picture 232 An example of group swing with 2 support points.
2018.03.20 page 123, caption of picture 233 An example of a contact swing.
2018.03.20 page 123, caption of picture 234 An example of a swing attached to another item of equipment.
2018.05.14 page 053, new indent before the first Goals weighing 10 - 18 kg are tested with a force equal to 30 kg mass.
2018.06.17 page 227, fourth last indent under paragraph 3 is real paragraph In addition to...
- An inspector is...
- The risk level...
2018.06.17 page 179, lower table, fourth last row, second column - Risk taking
- Challenging climbing activities
- A slide over 2200 mm high
2018.07.17 page 175, paragraph 129, first indent The table size is 2740 mm x 1525 mm.
2018.07.18 page 027, paragraph 11 Inspector
The Inspector carrying out the post installation inspection...
2018.08.13 page 120, paragraph 3 starting "Adventure playgrounds..." together with three indents after that should be indents under paragraph 2. EN 1176 is not applicable to:
- Adventure playgrounds which are…
- Play equipment connected to water.
- Toys for domestic use.
- Play equipment connected to electricity.
2018.08.14 page 150, paragraphs 148 and 149 "Paragraph 148" should be an empty row. Paragraph 149 is a sub-title for paragraphs 150 - 154.
2018.08.14 page 150, pictures 291 and 290 These two pictures have swapped their places.
2018.08.14 page 155, paragraphs 189 - 193 These paragraphs belong to the Case starting before paragraph 189.
2018.09.09 Page 314, paragraph about EN 16899 clause 4.2.5. Remove "4.2.5" since this line and following three lines should refer to 5.3.
2018.09.09 Page 315, paragraph about EN 16899 clause 4.4.8. Instead of "4.8.4." should be "5.8.4."
2018.09.11 Page 137, Tip under chapter "Moving parts" ...bringing 70 kg mass to the playground is not feasible.
2018.10.08 Page 173, paragraph 115 ...measured without applying pressure to the measuring device.
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