Comparison Table of CSA Z Standard Requirements. Comparison Table – CAN/CSA Z and Z (pdf file). **This comparison table represents the . CAN/CSA Z (R). Children’s Playspaces and Equipment, Includes Update No. 1 (), Update No. 2 (). standard by Canadian. Children’s Playspaces that are Accessible to Persons with. Disabilities based on. CAN/CSA. Z Annex H. Canadian Coalition for. Accessible Playspaces.
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The final equipment needs to be tested and certified according to British, US and European standards before they can be exported.
Other objects or furnishings in a playspace not primarily intended for play, such as fences, fencing, benches, and tables, are not covered. Consequently, the requirements in this Standard are split into two age groupings: Validation of a participant’s certification of conformance to the following standards: In addition to initial site inspection, periodic inspections of the playground will also ensure that the safety of equipment is not compromised by weathering or regular use.
Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and may be written as requirements. The safety of playground equipment and installations, such as climbing walls, slides, swings and carousels, for public or domestic use are governed by stringent national and international standards and guidelines.
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Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose of a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory z641 informative material.
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CAN/CSA-Z614-14 – Children’s Playspaces and Equipment
Configurations dsa than those shown can be designed and built to meet the requirements specified in the clauses of this Standard. Consequently, it is almost impossible to design a piece of play equipment that meets the needs of all children. The equipment configurations shown in the figures in this Standard are examples only.
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Children’s Playgrounds & Equipment
The overlap of the 5-year-old child is deliberate and acknowledges the transitional nature of the sixth year of life. Legends to equations and figures are considered requirements. ASTM F, excluding sections 7.
It is generally accepted that children younger than 18 months and children aged 13 years and older do not usually use the equipment covered in this Standard. Learning resources Learn more about standardization and the Standards Council of Canada. Take the next step How can we help you?