31. The expert from EC presented a set of amendments to UN Regulation No. 141 (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)) with the aim to extend its scope, for the purpose of implementing the TPMS requirements in Regulation 2019/2144 of the European Union (GRBP-71-15). Several GRBP experts expressed concerns about the tight schedule in the European Union Regulation and the volume of the proposed amendments. To speed up the work, GRBP decided to establish a task force under the leadership of the expert from EC. All GRBP experts were invited to send him their comments on GRBP-71-15.
32. Similarly, the expert from EC introduced draft amendments to UN Regulation No. 142 (Installation of tyres) aimed at extending its scope, for the purpose of implementing the tyre installation requirements in Regulation 2019/2144 of the European Union (GRBP-71-16). GRBP requested the newly established task force (see para. 31) to consider this document as well.edit
33. The expert from France proposed to add a reference to UN Regulation No. 141 (TPMS) to the communication form in Annex II to UN Regulation No. 142 (GRBP-71-12). GRBP supported the proposal and invited the expert from France to prepare an official document for the next session. In this context, the expert from the Russian Federation recalled the pending editorial amendments to UN Regulation No. 142 that had been agreed on by the former Working Party on Braking and Running Gear (GRRF) (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/43).edit
34. The expert from France presented a draft 2020 schedule of meetings that was of interest to GRBP experts (GRBP-71-13-Rev.1). GRBP welcomed this document as a useful planning tool and invited its IWGs and TFs to provide updates to the expert from France, with the aim to issue a revised schedule on the GRBP website.edit