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GB/T 34371-2017
ICS 97.200.40
Y 57
Risk Assessment for Amusement Ride –
General Principles
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Standardization Administration of PRC.
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Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative References ... 4
3 Terms and Definitions ... 4
4 Basic Principle ... 6
5 Procedures ... 6
6 Confirmation of Assessment Object and Factor ... 7
7 Information Collection ... 8
8 Hazard identification ... 9
9 Risk Evaluation ... 9
10 Risk Control ... 12
11 Re-Assessment ... 14
12 Risk Assessment Organization and Personnel ... 14
13 Risk Assessment Document ... 15
This Standard was drafted as per the rules specified in GB/T 1.1-2009.
This Standard was proposed by and under the jurisdiction of National
Technical Committee for Standardization of Ropeway and Amusement Facilities
(SAC/TC 250).
Drafting organizations of this Standard. China Special Equipment Inspection Institute,
Jiangsu Province Special Equipment Safety Supervisions and Inspection Institute,
Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute of Shandong Province,
Zhongshan Golden Horse Technology Amusement Equipment Co., Ltd., Wenzhou
South Amusement Equipment Engineering Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Huaqiang Fangte
Culture & Technology Group Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Town Culture
Tourism Technology Co., Ltd., Shanghai Special Equipment Supervision and
Inspection Technology Research Institute, Chongqing Institute of Special Equipment
inspection and Research, Guangdong Institute of Special Equipment Inspection and
Research, Zhejiang Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Wuhan
Special Equipment Supervision and Inspection Institute, and Beijing Shibaolai Play
Equipment Co., Ltd.
Chief drafting staffs of this Standard. Zhang Yong, Xiao Yuan, Liu Ran, Li Xiangdong,
Chen Hongjun, Xing Youxin, Liu Xiwang, Chen Jiansheng, Zhange Guozhong, Liang
Chaohu, Deng Mingxu, Chen Shaopeng, Jia Guoliang, Chen Zheng, Liu Hui, Wen
Hongguang, Hao Bingkun, Song Weike, Yi Shuihong, Li Yong, Zhang Xindong, Qian
Jianxiong, Wu Zhanwen, and Zhang Bin.
Risk Assessment for Amusement Ride –
General Principles
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the basic principle, procedures of risk assessment for
amusement facilities, confirmation of assessment objects and factors, information
collection, hazard identification, risk assessment, risk control, re-evaluation, risk
assessment organizations and personnel, and risk assessment documents.
This Standard is applicable to the risk assessment of amusement facilities.
2 Normative References
The following documents are essential to the application of this document. For the
dated documents, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this
document; for the undated documents, only the latest version (including all the
amendments) are applicable to this document.
GB 8408 Amusement Device Safety Code
GB/T 20002.4-2015 Drafting for Special Aspects in Standards – Part 4. Safety
Aspects for Their Inclusion in Standards
GB/T 20306 Amusement Devices Terminology
Regulations on safety supervisions on large-scale amusement facilities (No.154
Command from the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
3 Terms and Definitions
The following terms and definitions stipulated in GB/T 20002.4-2015 and GB/T 20236
are applicable to this document. For ese of use, the following terms and definitions in
GB/T 20002.4-2015 are repeatedly listed.
3.1 Safety
The state eliminating the unacceptable risk.
intended use, reasonable foreseeable use and etc.
6.2 The assessment factor shall consider the equipment factor, personnel factor,
environment factor and etc. during the whole life cycle period from design to reject.
6.3 The equipment generally includes but not limited to the following factors.
a) Damage, failure, etc. existing in the equipment components and subsystem;
b) Different operating modes;
c) Moving range of the amusement facilities.
6.4 Personnel generally includes but not limited to the following factors.
a) Operator and Maintenance personnel with different training, experience and
b) Player’s gender, age, height and weight;
c) Operator’s and maintenance personnel’s working space;
d) Amusement facilities player’s moving range and riding space.
6.5 Environment generally includes but not limited to the following factors.
a) The requirements of temperature, humidity, weather, etc. for the operating of the
amusement facilities;
b) The altitude requirements for the operating of the amusement facilities;
c) The indoor and outdoor operations of the amusement facilities.
7 Information Collection
7.1 Information collection is a key step for the risk assessment; the accuracy, validity
and comprehensiveness of the data are directly related to the correctness of the risk
assessment results.
7.2 Amusement facilities risk assessment requires to collect the equipment own
technical requirements, use condition, and the like information; generally, it includes
but not limited to the following contents.
a) Relevant amusement facilities regulation standard; Regulations on Safety
Supervisions on Large-Scale Amusement Facilities; GB8408, etc.;
b) Relevant accident records and cause analysis for the same type of amusement
10 Risk Control
10.1 If the risk evaluation results require to reduce the risk, the risk control measures
shall be taken; corresponding measure shall be taken according to the specific
situations of the different equipment.
10.2 The measures taken in the design phase are superior to those taken by the user
during the use phase.
10.3 The steps taken in the design phase for risk control can refer to Figure 2. Firstly,
in the design phase, take essential safety design measures, security protection and
supplementary protection measures and use the usage information, warning sign,
safety prompt etc. to eliminate or reduce the risk; if there is still risk after taking the
measures, it shall provide relevant requirements and instructions in the operation
10.4 The steps taken in the use phase for risk control can refer to Figure 3. According
to the amusement facilities in the use phase, carry out relevant organizational
measures, use safety guards and individual protective equipment, and training to
eliminate or reduce the risk.
10.5 It is not suitable to use additional protective device, individual protective
equipment and provide the users information to replace the design improvement.
10.6 If there is larger residual risk after taking the risk control measures, the
equipment shall be rejected; if the residual risk is in the acceptable range after taking
the risk control measures, then make daily, monthly, yearly inspection plan and
strengthen the supervision.
facilities regulations and standards, have corresponding professional knowledge (such
as machinery, electrical, control, civil engineering, hydraulic, etc.), have more than 3
years’ working experience in the amusement facilities industry; and take the training
on the risk assessment technology and standard.
13 Risk Assessment Document
13.1 Overview
13.1.1 Risk assessment document consists of program or operating instructions, risk
assessment records and risk assessment report.
13.1.2 Risk assessment records and report shall be accurate and complete, and shall
be signed by the corresponding responsible persons.
13.1.3 Risk assessment records and report shall be stored for a long term till the
amusement facilities are rejected.
13.2 Program and operating instructions
Risk assessment program and operating instructions shall be prepared as per the
requirements of relevant regulations, standard and this document.
13.3 Risk assessment records
The risk assessment records shall include the on-site records of risk assessment,
meeting information, and the like process documents; generally, it includes but not
limited to the following factors.
a) Risk assessment object and description;
b) Specific risk assessment method;
c) Risk evaluator, etc.
13.4 Risk assessment report
13.4.1 The amusement facilities risk assessment process and results shall form the
risk assessment report, and store as the technical data.
13.4.2 Risk asse...
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