Document GRSP-63-07/Rev.1
UN R95: Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 03 series of amendments
Status: Superseded
Submitted by OICA

Proposal to amend document GRSP/2017/40 in order to clarify the performance requirements for impacted doors (i.e., determination of whether a door remained closed during the test) and to reduce the proposed force level from 500 N to 400 N for the test to open the door.

Discussions and Outcomes
176th WP.29 session (12-16 Nov 2018)
WP.29/2018/133
This proposal (WP.29/2018/133) was adopted by the World Forum. Thirty-five Contracting Parties out of the 41 applying UN R95 were present for the vote by AC.1. Thirty-five voted in favor with zero against and zero abstaining.
63rd GRSP session (14-18 May 2018)

27. GRSP resumed discussion on ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2017/40 aimed at defining the conditions of door openings after the test collision. The expert from OICA introduced GRSP-63-07-Rev.1 to improve feasibility of the test proposed by ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2017/40, with a reduced applied force to the door. Finally, GRSP adopted ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2017/40 as amended by Annex VIII to the session report. The secretariat was requested to submit the proposal as draft Supplement 7 to the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 95, for consideration and vote at the November 2018 sessions of WP.29 and AC.1.

62nd GRSP session (12-15 Dec 2017)
GRSP/2017/40

26. The expert from Germany introduced ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2017/40 aimed at defining the conditions of door opening after test collision. The expert from OICA expressed concerns on the interpretation of results and underlined the need of a reasonable and repeatable test procedure. The expert from Italy endorsed in principle the proposal. However, he requested more depth to avoid misinterpretations. The expert from Germany clarified that the test procedure was already described in the test protocol of Euro NCAP. However, he suggested that the matter be dealt with in cooperation with the expert from OICA to devise a repeatable test. GRSP agreed to resume discussion at its May 2018 session on the basis of a revised proposal.