ISO 24665 is a framework of competence of playground and recreational sports area inspectors. It bases on European framework TR 17207.
Where can I download ISO 24665 pdf? The standard is subject to copyrights and its distribution peer-to-peer is illegal. Standards can be purchased from national standardisation bodies’ shops, and they typically cost 100 – 300 € each.
Luckily, there are better options!
S2P is ISO 17024 accredited person certification body designated on delivering knowledge from the safety of playgrounds and recreational sports areas. Safe to Play Encyclopedia app is respected source of knowledge used by certified and other experts alike.
Standards include only a fraction of all needed safety criteria. Safe to play app has them all.
The technical specification addresses the listed things.
ISO 24665 Framework of inspector competence
(As ISO 24665 is yet to publish, this picture is from TR 17207, which is its base document.)
Definitions are given for the following technical terms: Inspection, inspector, competence, competent person, competent body, routine visual inspection, operational inspection, annual main inspection, post-installation inspection, post-accident inspection, inspection report, playground environment, playground equipment, adventure playground, knowledge, risk assessment, safety, risk, harm, activity area, child development, operator, owner, entrapment, user information, signal colours, serious injury.
Requirements are given for the following: Routine visual inspection, operational inspection, annual Inspection, post installation inspection, post-incident/accident inspection, mid-installation surveillance, pre-installation consultation, inspection report, inspection outcome, quality of inspection report, inspector competence, levels of inspector competence, knowledge levels of standards / technical reports, knowledge levels of risk analysis / risk benefit analysis, knowledge levels of technical production, knowledge levels of child development, knowledge levels of environmental issues, knowledge levels of national laws / jurisdiction / responsibilities, cooperation with other parties, code of conduct and ethics, levels of maintenance and repair, introduction to children’s play and development, risk assessment, use of probes and their test methods to identify hazards.
For 100 years, standards have been as they are today: Complex wordings, minimal number of pictures and expensive. You can also use Safe to Play app with pictures and fluent narration.