Komise : CEN/TC 433 (Entertainment technology – Equipment, technical installations and machinery used on stages and other production areas within the entertainment industry)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 17.10.2022
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This document specifies safety requirements within the meaning of Directive 42/2006/EC, “Machinery Directive”.

The deviations from EN 17206 specified in this part are based on the particular operating conditions for stands and cannot be applied to other machinery installations.

This document applies to manually operated and/or power-driven stands with an Entertainment Load Limit [ELL] of more than 3 kg.

NOTE 1:      The ELL is the maximum load that an item of lifting equipment is designed to raise, lower or sustain.

This document applies to stands which are used in places of assembly and in staging and production facilities for events and theatrical productions.

Stands within the scope of this document are used for the purposes of lifting, lowering and holding loads (e.g. scenic elements, trusses, lighting and audiovisual equipment). It is also possible for several stands to carry a common load.

This document does not cover installations that are used for the transportation of persons or for the movement of loads above people’s heads.

This document only covers installations with people under the load when the installations are at rest.

NOTE 2:      During setup, the operator can, for operational reasons, be required to stand under the moving load for short periods of time.

This document also applies to installations with new technologies or customized designs that are not expressly named here but are being used in identical modes of operation.

This document does not apply to:

—    stands with a Load Limit ≤ 3 kg;

—    camera stands;

—    wooden stands.

This document also specifies the information to be communicated between manufacturers and users, and the details that are to be provided with regard to the intended use of the machinery installations.

The significant hazards dealt with in this document are identified in Clause 4.