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    Biomechanical effects on amusement ride passengers

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  21-08-2014

    Publisher:  International Organization for Standardization

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    ISO 17929:2014 has been drawn up with the objective of ensuring the safety of amusement ride passengers, based on the international experience of manufacture and operation of such structures throughout the world gained over decades prior to its publication.

    It enables the identification of potential hazards and classification of biomechanical effects, including information on recommended acceleration limits, rate of their onset and their duration, to ensure acceptable degrees of biomechanical risks at the stage of amusement ride design, as well as to take such risks into account during development of operational procedures and information on use limitations for amusement ride guests.

    It gives recommendations regarding use limitations for amusement rides in accordance with the health condition and the well-being of passengers. It also specifies body dimensions of passengers 1,20 m to 2,0 m in height for motion risk analysis on amusement rides. These body dimensions can be taken into account when designing passenger containments and restraints.

    It does not cover devices used in the circus, theatre or sports, or other devices intended for use only by specially trained people. Nevertheless, it can be used in the design of any similar structural or passenger-carrying device even if it does not explicitly mention the device.

    ISO 17929:2014 is not applicable to amusement rides put into operation before the date of its publication.

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    Committee ISO/TC 254
    Document Type Technical Specification
    Publisher International Organization for Standardization
    Status Current

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ISO 17842-3:2015 Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices Part 3: Requirements for inspection during design, manufacture, operation and use
    ISO 17842-1:2015 Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices Part 1: Design and manufacture
    BS ISO 17842-3:2015 (published 2015-07) Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices Requirements for inspection during design, manufacture, operation and use
    14/30300670 DC : 0 BS ISO 17842-3 - SAFETY OF AMUSEMENT RIDES AND AMUSEMENT DEVICES - PART 3: REQUIREMENTS FOR INSPECTION DURING DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, OPERATION AND USE
    ISO 17842-2:2015 Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices Part 2: Operation and use
    BS ISO 17842-1:2015 (published 2015-07) Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices Design and manufacture
    BS ISO 17842-2:2015 Safety of amusement rides and amusement devices Operation and use
    16/30328759 DC : 0 BS EN 13814-1 - SAFETY OF AMUSEMENT RIDES AND AMUSEMENT DEVICES - PART 1: DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE

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    IEC 60812:2006 Analysis techniques for system reliability - Procedure for failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
    ISO 12100:2010 Safety of machinery General principles for design Risk assessment and risk reduction
    ISO 2631-4:2001 Mechanical vibration and shock Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration Part 4: Guidelines for the evaluation of the effects of vibration and rotational motion on passenger and crew comfort in fixed-guideway transport systems
    DIN 33408-1:2008-03 BODY TEMPLATES - PART 1: FOR SEATS OF ALL KINDS
    ISO 15534-3:2000 Ergonomic design for the safety of machinery Part 3: Anthropometric data
    ISO 9186-1:2014 Graphical symbols Test methods Part 1: Method for testing comprehensibility
    GOST R 53130 : 2008 SAFETY OF ATTRACTIONS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    ISO/TR 7250-2:2010 Basic human body measurements for technological design Part 2: Statistical summaries of body measurements from national populations
    GOST 12.2.049 : 1980 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS SYSTEM - INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT - GENERAL ERGONOMIC REQUIREMENTS
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