The compilation conference of the Publicity Readings for National Standard of National Fitness Equipment was held by CSGF and the National Technical Committee for Sports Goods Standardization between August 30 and 31, 2017 in Beijing. Over 20 experts from Standards Press of China and 11 enterprises and organizations attended. The conference was presided over by Zhang Xiaojing, Director of Scientific and Technological Standard Department, CSGF and addressed by Wen Jia, deputy Secretary-General of CSGF.
According to the grouping schedule set in the Qingdao conference in January 2017, these enterprise and organization representatives had a discussion regarding different textbook drafts. After two days of communication, the experts amended details of the four-standard publicity textbooks and concluded four opinions as below:
1. Regarding the Safety Requirements for Application Place of Public Sports and Outdoor Fitness Facilities, improve its references and modify the interpretations in 4.1.4 and 4.1.5;
2. Regarding the Allocation and Management of Public Sports and Outdoor Fitness Facilities, adjust the four allocation cases and improve the purposes and significance in the compilation description;
3. Regarding the Safety Signs and Labels for Fitness Facilities and Places, update the pictures as needed;
4. Integrate the Part IV Standard Terms Interpretation and Part V Experimental Methods in the General Safety Requirements for P.K.O Field Fencing into one and adjust the methods irrelevant to the standards.
The conference also required that the drafts of the four-standard publicity textbooks should be finalized and published in early September.
The four national standards involved in the textbooks will be approved and issued by the Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China in recent days.
The Committee, as reported, will hold the reelection conference in mid or late September and expand its key responsibility from product standard to service standard. CSGF will also give great impetus to the formation of group standard and encourage the experts to remain engaged in the standardization process.