Proposal for draft Corrigendum 2 to Global Technical Regulation No. 6
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Correction to clarify that the scope of the GTR covers windscreens and panes for cars and trucks and to harmonize the text with ISO 3537/ UN R43. The present text could be read to limit the scope of windscreens and double window panes.

Reference Number: GRSG-107-23
Origin: CLEPA
Date: 26 September 2014
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
GRSG-111-34 | Proposal for draft Corrigendum 2 to Global Technical Regulation No. 6
PSG-03-04 | Korea comments on OICA/CLEPA proposals for testing of panoramic sunroof glazing
PSG-03-06 | OICA/CLEPA proposal for a corrigendum to GTR No. 6 (GRSG-107-23)
Discussion(s):
Working Party on General Safety | Session 107 | 30 Sep-3 Oct 2014

3.2. The presentation and proposal for GTR 6 amendments of Korea was presented and discussed.

Questions: - Is content of GRSG 107-23 to change the scope, still included ?
Is it possible to use an international more clear definition than “sunroof and panorama roof” ?

42. The expert from CLEPA introduced a proposal of amendments to UN GTR No. 6 (WP.29-107-23), to solve a mistake in the scope of the UN GTR. GRSG agreed to refer the proposal to the newly established IWG (see para. 13), pending the endorsement of WP.29 and AC.3 at their November 2014 session.

60. The expert from the Republic of Korea, chairing the IWG on Panoramic Sunroof Glazing (PSG), reported on the outcome of the first kick-off meeting held in Geneva on 4 May 2015. He mentioned that all the working papers of that PSG meeting were available. He introduced GRSG-108-36 proposing the draft terms of reference and the rules of procedure of the IWG. Referring to GRSG-107-23 presented at the previous GRSG session, the expert from CLEPA recalled the possible need to review the scope of UN GTR No. 6. He reminded GRSG experts that sunroofs were not covered by the current scope. The Chair announced his intention to seek for guidance from WP.29 and AC.3.

61. Following the discussion, GRSG agreed on the terms of reference and the rules of procedure for the IWG on PSG as reproduced in Annex V to the GRSG-108 session report.

Working Party on General Safety | Session 108 | 4-8 May 2015

3.2. The presentation and proposal for GTR 6 amendments of Korea was presented and discussed.

Questions: - Is content of GRSG 107-23 to change the scope, still included ?
Is it possible to use an international more clear definition than “sunroof and panorama roof” ?

42. The expert from CLEPA introduced a proposal of amendments to UN GTR No. 6 (WP.29-107-23), to solve a mistake in the scope of the UN GTR. GRSG agreed to refer the proposal to the newly established IWG (see para. 13), pending the endorsement of WP.29 and AC.3 at their November 2014 session.

60. The expert from the Republic of Korea, chairing the IWG on Panoramic Sunroof Glazing (PSG), reported on the outcome of the first kick-off meeting held in Geneva on 4 May 2015. He mentioned that all the working papers of that PSG meeting were available. He introduced GRSG-108-36 proposing the draft terms of reference and the rules of procedure of the IWG. Referring to GRSG-107-23 presented at the previous GRSG session, the expert from CLEPA recalled the possible need to review the scope of UN GTR No. 6. He reminded GRSG experts that sunroofs were not covered by the current scope. The Chair announced his intention to seek for guidance from WP.29 and AC.3.

61. Following the discussion, GRSG agreed on the terms of reference and the rules of procedure for the IWG on PSG as reproduced in Annex V to the GRSG-108 session report.

Informal Working Group on Panoramic Sunroof Glazing | Session 4 | 25 Apr 2016

3.2. The presentation and proposal for GTR 6 amendments of Korea was presented and discussed.

Questions: - Is content of GRSG 107-23 to change the scope, still included ?
Is it possible to use an international more clear definition than “sunroof and panorama roof” ?

42. The expert from CLEPA introduced a proposal of amendments to UN GTR No. 6 (WP.29-107-23), to solve a mistake in the scope of the UN GTR. GRSG agreed to refer the proposal to the newly established IWG (see para. 13), pending the endorsement of WP.29 and AC.3 at their November 2014 session.

60. The expert from the Republic of Korea, chairing the IWG on Panoramic Sunroof Glazing (PSG), reported on the outcome of the first kick-off meeting held in Geneva on 4 May 2015. He mentioned that all the working papers of that PSG meeting were available. He introduced GRSG-108-36 proposing the draft terms of reference and the rules of procedure of the IWG. Referring to GRSG-107-23 presented at the previous GRSG session, the expert from CLEPA recalled the possible need to review the scope of UN GTR No. 6. He reminded GRSG experts that sunroofs were not covered by the current scope. The Chair announced his intention to seek for guidance from WP.29 and AC.3.

61. Following the discussion, GRSG agreed on the terms of reference and the rules of procedure for the IWG on PSG as reproduced in Annex V to the GRSG-108 session report.