• CEN/CENELEC GUIDE 14 : 2009

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    CHILD SAFETY - GUIDANCE FOR ITS INCLUSION IN STANDARDS

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    Published date:  03-04-2009

    Publisher:  Comite Europeen de Normalisation

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    Table of Contents - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Background to childhood development
       4.1 How children's safety differs from adults'
            safety
       4.2 Children's need to explore, experiment and learn
            from mistakes
    5 Criteria for assessing risks and hazards
       5.1 Developmental approach to child safety
       5.2 Adult safety and alternative approaches
       5.3 Children's ages and abilities
       5.4 The roles of carers
       5.5 Cultural, generational and gender differences
       5.6 Limits to the reduction of risks
    6 Relating child safety to development stages
       6.1 The basic development/age bands
       6.2 Children aged under 3 years old
       6.3 Children and young people aged 3 - 11 years old
       6.4 Young people aged 12 years old and over
    7 Using appropriate terminology
       7.1 Children
       7.2 Carers
       7.3 Communicating with the target groups
    8 Assessing child safety
       8.1 Summarizing issues that need to be addressed under
            the Child Safety Mandate
       8.2 Foreseeing exposure
       8.3 Analysing reports of accidents involving children
            and young people
       8.4 Foreseeing other potential hazards to children and
            young people
    9 Approaches to protection
       9.1 Identifying effective methods of protection
       9.2 Recommending minimum ages or other characteristics
       9.3 Recommending minimum competence levels
    Annex A (informative) - Introduction to Annexes B - F
       A.1 Relating the tables to the hazard identification and
            prevention steps
    Annex B (informative) - CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    Annex C (informative) - Examples illustrating the development
            and behaviour of young children up to approximately
            3 years
    Annex D (informative) - Examples illustrating the development
            and behaviour of children/young people aged approximately
            3 years and over
    Annex E (informative) - Application of guidance
    Bibliography

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    This Guide provides guidance for European Standards’ writers on meeting the requirements of European Commission mandate M/293 to address issues of child safety in standards.

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    Development Note Supersedes CEN GUIDE 12. (04/2009) Supersedes I.S. CEN GUIDE 12. (11/2013)
    Document Type Guide
    Publisher Comite Europeen de Normalisation
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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

    BS EN 1176-1:2017 Playground equipment and surfacing General safety requirements and test methods
    I.S. EN 1176-1:2017 PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AND SURFACING - PART 1: GENERAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS
    S.R. CEN/TR 16467:2013 PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT ACCESSIBLE FOR ALL CHILDREN
    CEN/TR 16467:2013 Playground equipment accessible for all children
    PD CEN/TR 16467:2013 Playground equipment accessible for all children
    PD CEN/TR 13387-1:2015 CHILD USE AND CARE ARTICLES - GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES - PART 1: SAFETY PHILOSOPHY AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT
    S.R. CWA 16275:2011 GUIDELINES FOR THE SELECTION OF CONSULTANTS ADVISING SMES ON INTEGRATED QUALITY, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
    CENELEC GUIDE 32 : 2014 GUIDELINES FOR SAFETY RELATED RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK REDUCTION FOR LOW VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT
    14/30296544 DC : 0 BS ISO/IEC GUIDE 50 - SAFETY ASPECTS - GUIDELINES FOR CHILD SAFETY IN STANDARDS AND OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
    EN 1176-1:2017 Playground equipment and surfacing - Part 1: General safety requirements and test methods
    PD ISO/IEC GUIDE 50:2014 Safety aspects. Guidelines for child safety in standards and other specifications
    I.S. 387:2012 INTERNAL CORDED WINDOW PRODUCTS - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
    CEN/CLC Guide 11:2012 Product information relevant to consumers - Guidelines for standard developers
    12/30256360 DC : 0 PD CEN/TR 16467 - PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT ACCESSIBLE FOR ALL CHILDREN
    I.S. 386:2012 SAFETY OF CORDED WINDOW PRODUCTS - GUIDANCE FOR PROCUREMENT, MEASURING, MANUFACTURE, INSTALLATION AND RETROFITTING
    ISO/IEC Guide 50:2014 Safety aspects — Guidelines for child safety in standards and other specifications
    S.R. CEN/TR 13387-1:2015 CHILD USE AND CARE ARTICLES - GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES - PART 1: SAFETY PHILOSOPHY AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT

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    IEC 60598-2-10:2003 Luminaires - Part 2-10: Particular requirements - Portable luminaires for children
    EN 28317:1992/AC:1993 CHILD RESISTANT PACKAGING - REQUIREMENTS AND TESTING PROCEDURE FOR RECLOSABLE PACKAGES
    EN 60598-2-10:2003/corrigendum Aug. 2005 LUMINAIRES - PART 2-10: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS - PORTABLE LUMINAIRES FOR CHILDREN
    BS 7272-2:2000 WRITING AND MARKING INSTRUMENTS - PART 2: SPECIFICATION FOR END CLOSURES
    ISO 13215-3:1999 Road vehicles — Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems — Part 3: Prediction and assessment of misuse by Misuse Mode and Effect Analysis (MMEA)
    EN 836:1997+A4:2011 Garden equipment - Powered lawnmowers - Safety
    ISO 11540:2014 Writing and marking instruments Specification for caps to reduce the risk of asphyxiation
    CEN/TR 13387 : 2004 CHILD USE AND CARE ARTICLES - SAFETY GUIDELINES
    ISO/IEC Guide 14:2003 Purchase information on goods and services intended for consumers
    BS 7328:1990 SPECIFICATION FOR MODEL STEAM ENGINES AND INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES FOR MODELS
    CR 14379:2002 Classification of toys - Guidelines
    EN 62115:2005/A12:2015 ELECTRIC TOYS - SAFETY (IEC 62115:2003 + A1:2004, MODIFIED)
    ISO/IEC Guide 51:2014 Safety aspects Guidelines for their inclusion in standards
    ISO/IEC Guide 50:2014 Safety aspects — Guidelines for child safety in standards and other specifications
    ISO/IEC Guide 37:2012 Instructions for use of products by consumers
    IEC 62115:2017 Electric toys - Safety
    ISO 8317:2015 Child-resistant packaging Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages
    ISO 13215-2:1999 Road vehicles — Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems — Part 2: Requirements and test procedures for correct installation (panel method)
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