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06 Dec 2010 GRSP-48-20
First progress report of the informal group on a pole side impact gtr
Working Party Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
09 Apr 2010 WP.29/2010/81
Proposal to develop a new global technical regulation on Pole Side Impact
World Forum Working Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
21 Sep 2010 PSI-01-03
Pole definition
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
21 Sep 2010 PSI-01-04
Summary of Existing Crash Test and Simulation Data
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
21 Sep 2010 PSI-01-05
WP29 and GRSP Decisions, Draft Procedures and Terms of Reference
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
16 Nov 2010 PSI-01-07
Pole Side Impact GTR:: Assessment of Safety Need- Initial Data Collection
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
16 Nov 2010 PSI-01-15
Australian Pole Side Impact Research 2010
Informal Group Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
19 May 2010 GRSP-47-28
Establishment of an Informal Group to examine a proposal for a Pole Side Impact Global Technical Regulation
Working Party Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
03 Mar 2010 WP.29-150-11
Proposal for a Pole Side Impact Global Technical Regulation
World Forum Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
04 Mar 2011 WP.29-153-33
First progress report of the informal group on a pole side impact (psi) gtr
World Forum Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
03 Mar 2011 PSI-02-06
Pole Side Impact GTR: Assessment of Safety Need: Updated Data Collection
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
03 Mar 2011 PSI-02-13
Analysis of Vehicle Structural Deformation in Oblique, Perpendicular, and Offset Perpendicular Pole Side Impact
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
03 Mar 2011 PSI-02-16
Fatalities and Serious Injuries in Side Impact Crashes by Age
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
03 Mar 2011 PSI-02-19
Research Proposal: Quantitative analysis of side impact injuries, and effectiveness of existing countermeasures/ Extension of existing work on side airbag effectiveness
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
08 Apr 2011 WP.29/2011/87
Proposal for Terms of Reference, Rules of Procedure and first progress report of the informal group for the development of a global technical regulation on pole side impact
World Forum Working Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
28 Jul 2010 WP.29/AC.3/28
Proposal to develop a new global technical regulation on pole side impact
World Forum Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
13 Mar 2012 WP.29-156-29
Second progress report of the informal group on a pole side impact (PSI) GTR
World Forum Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
22 Mar 2012 PSI-05-05
Joint Australian and Canadian Pole Side Impact Research
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Paired comparisons of 29 km/h perpendicular and 32 km/h oblique pole side impact tests with WorldSID 50th percentile adult male ATDs.
22 Mar 2012 PSI-05-10
Importance of Pole Side Impact Alignment Accuracy
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Presentation on the effect of various impact alignment tolerances on test results.
27 Oct 2011 PSI-04-03
Joint Australian and Canadian Pole Side Impact Research
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
27 Oct 2011 PSI-04-06
PSI GTR Scope –N1 Occupant Fatalities in Australia
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Position paper on the inclusion of light commercial vehicles and trucks within the scope of the proposed GTR on pole side-impact protection.
27 Oct 2011 PSI-04-08
Pole side impacts: ANCIS analysis
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Analysis of Australian National Crash In-Depth Study (ANCIS) data with regard to pole side impact cases by angle of impact.
13 Oct 2011 PSI-04-13
Working draft of the Pole Side Impact GTR
Informal Group Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
05 Dec 2011 GRSP-50-20
Second progress report of the informal group on a pole side impact (PSI) GTR
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Progress report for presentation to the December 2011 session of the Working Party on Passive Safety.
18 May 2012 GRSP-51-16
Draft global technical regulation on pole side impact protection
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Working draft of the proposed GTR on pole side-impact protection (PSI), presented to the Working Party on Passive Safety to solicit comments and input to the PSI informal group.
07 Dec 2012 GRSP-52-07
Third Progress Report of the Informal Group on a Pole Side Impact (PSI) GTR
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
11 Dec 2012 GRSP-52-18
Presentation on the GTR 7-Phase 2 informal group activities
Working Party Informal Head Restraints Head Restraints Global Technical Regulation No. 7: Head Restraints Status of the informal group developing procedures for the certification and use of biofidelic rear impact dummies (BioRID) within GTR 7 on head restraints.
25 Feb 2013 GRSP/2013/2
Proposal for a global technical regulation on Pole Side Impact
Working Party Working Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Text of the proposed new regulation on pole side impact prepared by Australia on behalf of the GRSP expert group on Pole Side Impact (PSI). Text in brackets remains to be added and/or developed further by the PSI expert group under GRSP guidance.
27 Feb 2013 GRSP/2013/7
Proposal for a global technical regulation on Pole Side Impact (with track changes)
Working Party Working Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Draft text for a global technical regulation on pole side-impact protection, including markup of revisions from the earlier text.
10 May 2013 GRSP-53-05
Proposal for amendment of the draft gtr on pole side impact
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Proposal to correct and refine the draft global technical regulation on pole side-impact protection (document GRSP/2013/7) by the chair of the PSI informal working group.
15 May 2013 GRSP-53-23
Proposal for a global technical regulation on Pole Side Impact (with track changes)
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Draft GTR presented for consideration to the Working Party on Passive Safety.
15 May 2013 GRSP-53-04/Rev.1
Final Report of the Informal Working Group on a Pole Side Impact GTR (revised)
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact
04 Jun 2013 WP.29-160-14
Revised draft global technical regulation on Pole Side Impact
World Forum Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact New pole side impact GTR presented as a prelude to its formal presentation for an adoption vote at the November 2013 WP.29 session.
02 Sep 2013 SGR0-07-04
Australian position on the obligations of Contracting Parties applying the IWVTA regulation
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Document raising concerns that the current draft of the proposed UN Regulation 0 on whole vehicle type approvals would impose new mutual recognition requirements beyond the current 1958 Agreement.
02 Sep 2013 SG58-07-08
Australia position on the notification of disagreement in respect to a new regulation
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval 1958 Agreement 1958 Agreement Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Technical Prescriptions for Wheeled Vehicles, Equipment and Parts which can be Fitted and/or be Used on Wheeled Vehicles and the Conditions for Reciprocal Recognition of Approvals Granted on the Basis of these Prescriptions Australian proposal to allow for a "not to apply at this time" notification rather than the current term expressing "disagreement". Australia notes that a Contracting Party can perfectly agree with a regulation, but be unable to implement it until a date later than the UN date of "entry into force".
07 Oct 2013 AVLI-02-04
Government of Western Austrailia guide for the installation and operation of vehicle warning lamps
Informal Group Informal Installation of Lighting and Lighting-Signalling Equipment on Tractors Tractor Lighting Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Agricultural or Forestry Tractors with regard to the Installation of Lighting and Light-signalling Devices Guidebook for the installation and use of emergency warning lamps (such as flashing lights used on police, ambulance, and other emergency vehicles as well as on construction and other heavy equipment).
01 Nov 2013 SG58-08-09
Conformance regime in the revised 1958 Agreement
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Proposal to replace the term "climate of trust" with a "risk assessment methodology" in addressing conformity of production assessments.
10 Jan 2014 SG58-09-04
Comments on document WP.29/2014/26
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Comments from Australia and the UK on the draft "Proposal for Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement".
10 Jan 2014 SG58-09-03
The conformance regime in the revised 1958 Agreement
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Australia and the UK propose:<ul><li>New text for Article 4 (rights and obligations in cases of a non-conforming approval to a UN regulation), particularly to clarify the terminology used (threat to road safety or to the environment….) and to strengthen the provisions;</li><li>New text in Schedule 7, Section 5 to allow the granting of individual “exemption approvals” without committing Contracting Parties to accept such approvals within their own market;</li><li>Changes to Article 3 to clarify that the acceptance of a UN regulation that has been applied is also subject to it meeting any discretionary options allowed for within the regulation;</li><li>Changes to Article 8 so that approvals issued by a CP automatically cease to be valid after a defined period should the CP withdraw from the Agreement; and</li><li>UK acceptance of text proposed by Australia to address CP's that do not have approval authorities.
17 Dec 2013 GRSP-54-14
Draft new Regulation No. [13X] and 01 series of amendments concerning pole side impact performance
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Occupant Protection in Lateral Collisions Lateral Collision Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants in the Event of a Lateral Collision Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Draft version of the proposed UN Regulation that would transpose Global Technical Regulation No. 14 on pole side-impact protection into the type-approval system of the 1958 Agreement. This draft is presented for informational purposes only pending submission of a final document for consideration by the GRSP.
27 Feb 2014 GRSP/2014/9
Draft new regulation concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to pole side impact performance
Working Party Working Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Draft text transposing GTR No. 14 on pole side impact protection into a UN Regulation under the 1958 Agreement. A proposal for the 01 series of amendments (document GRSP/2014/12) has also been prepared to enable the Contracting Parties applying this Regulation to require a vehicle-to-pole impact speed of 32 ±1 km/h regardless of the "vehicle width".
27 Feb 2014 GRSP/2014/12
Draft 01 series of amendments to the draft new regulation concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to pole side impact performance
Working Party Working Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Proposal for a 01 series of amendments to the proposed new UN Regulation on the approval of vehicles with regard to their pole side impact performance to enable Contracting Parties applying this new regulation to require a vehicle-to-pole impact speed of 32 ±1 km/h regardless of the "vehicle width".
13 Mar 2014 SG58-10-03
Proposal to amend Article 4 of the 1958 Agreement
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval 1958 Agreement 1958 Agreement Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Technical Prescriptions for Wheeled Vehicles, Equipment and Parts which can be Fitted and/or be Used on Wheeled Vehicles and the Conditions for Reciprocal Recognition of Approvals Granted on the Basis of these Prescriptions Proposal to define procedures for resolving differences in cases where a Contracting Party determines that a product approved by another Contracting Party does not conform with the requirements of the regulation under which it was approved.
11 Mar 2014 SGR0-10-05
Review of Paragraphs 2, 3, 5, 7 and 13 of the proposed UN Regulation No. 0
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
13 Mar 2014 SGR0-10-08
Clarification of the treatment of vehicle markings
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Explanations from Japan and Australia concerning specific vehicle marking requirements relevant to the development of the UN regulation to govern international whole vehicle type approvals.
18 Mar 2014 SGR0-10-05/Add.1
Review of Chapters 2 and 13 of the draft UN R0
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Revisions to the draft regulation on international whole vehicle type approvals.
23 Apr 2014 SGR0-11-04
Australian comments on the List A UN Regulations applicable to IWVTA
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Presentation of Australian concerns over incompatibilities between its local requirements for top-tether anchorages in child restraint systems and the provisions of UN R14. Since it wishes to participate fully in the IWVTA system, Australia proposes that UN R14 be transferred from the IWVTA List A (single global requirement) to List B (multiple requirements to account for regional differences). Australia also can thus accept UN R16 (occupant restraint systems) on List A. Australia needs more time to reach a position on UN R10 (electromagnetic compatibility).
16 May 2014 GRSP-55-16
Summary of the transposition of GTR No. 14 (Pole Side Impact) into a draft new UN Regulation
Working Party Informal Pole Side Impact Protection (PSI) Pole Side Impact Hydrogen fuel cell vehicle safety Hydrogen Fuel Cell Safety Uniform provisions concerning the approval of motor vehicles and their components with regard to the safety- related performance of hydrogen-fuelled vehicles Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicle Safety Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Vehicles Global technical regulation on hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles Explanation of the steps taken to transpose the provisions of GTR No. 14 into a type-approval UN Regulation on pole side-impact protection, including discussion of the scope, impact side, treatment of hydrogen vehicles, and proposal for a 01 series of amendments that would entail a 26 km/h impact speed for narrow vehicles initially before the amendments would bring narrow vehicles into line with other vehicles at 32 km/h.
22 May 2014 GRSP-55-45
Draft new UN Regulation concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their pole side impact performance
Working Party Informal Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Proposal for a new UN Regulation transposing the requirements of the UN Global Technical Regulation on pole side impact (GTR No. 14). This proposal is accompanied by a proposal for a 01 series of amendments (documentGRSP/2014/12) that would enable Contracting Parties applying this Regulation to require a vehicle-to-pole impact speed of 32 ± 1 km/h regardless of the "vehicle width". This proposal supersedes the earlier version presented in document GRSP/2014/9.
16 Jun 2014 SGR0-11-13
Updated UN Regulation 0
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Annotated update of the first draft of the proposed UN R0 on whole vehicle type approvals.
19 Jun 2014 WP.29-163-14
Draft new Regulation No. [X] concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance
World Forum Informal Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Mutual Resolution No. 1: Management of Test Devices MR 1: Test devices Mutual Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1) of the 1958 and the 1998 Agreements concerning the description and performance of test tools and devices necessary for the assessment of compliance of wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts according to the technical prescriptions specified in Regulations and global technical regulations Draft proposal transposing the provisions of the pole side-impact protection Global Technical Regulation into a UN Regulation as approved by the Working Party on Passive Safety (document GRSP/2014/9, as amended by Annex VII to the report of the 55th GRSP session). This proposal is submitted with a request for guidance on the use of references to an ISO Standard (ISO 15830:2013) instead of preparing an Addendum to the Mutual Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1.) for the WorldSID 50th male specifications.
19 Jun 2014 WP.29-163-15
Draft 01 series of amendments to the draft new Regulation No. [X] concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance
World Forum Informal Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Proposal for an 01 series of amendments to the proposed new UN Regulation on pole side-impact protection (transposing GTR No. 14). This proposal would permit contracting parties to to require a vehicle-to-pole impact speed of 32 ± 1 km/h regardless of the "vehicle width" and is based upon document GRSP/2014/12 and amends the draft PSI regulation as proposed in document WP.29/163/14. The Working Party on Passive Safety approved this proposal provided that Australia would seek guidance on its transitional provisions (since this amendment would, in principle, be adopted at the same time as the original PSI regulation at the November 2014 WP.29 session). This draft incorporates comments from Germany, Japan, and OICA received after the GRSP 55th session.
19 Jun 2014 WP.29-163-16
Issues referred by GRSP regarding a draft new Regulation on the approval of vehicles with regard to Pole Side Impact performance
World Forum Informal Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Mutual Resolution No. 1: Management of Test Devices MR 1: Test devices Mutual Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1) of the 1958 and the 1998 Agreements concerning the description and performance of test tools and devices necessary for the assessment of compliance of wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts according to the technical prescriptions specified in Regulations and global technical regulations Explanatory document on the deliberations and outstanding issues concerning the draft UN Regulation and its proposed 01 series of amendments. These issues concern the references to an ISO standard and transitional provisions for the amendment.
19 Jun 2014 SGR0-11-13/Rev.2
Updated UN Regulation 0
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
28 Aug 2014 WP.29/2014/80
Proposal for the 01 series of amendments to the draft Regulation on Pole Side Impact (PSI)
World Forum Working Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) Proposal for a 01 series of amendments to the proposed new UN Regulation on the approval of vehicles with regard to their pole side impact performance to enable Contracting Parties applying this new regulation to require a vehicle-to-pole impact speed of 32 ±1 km/h regardless of the “vehicle width”.
27 Aug 2014 WP.29/2014/89
Proposal for amendments to Mutual Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1) — Draft Addendum 2
World Forum Working Mutual Resolution No. 1: Management of Test Devices MR 1: Test devices Mutual Resolution No. 1 (M.R.1) of the 1958 and the 1998 Agreements concerning the description and performance of test tools and devices necessary for the assessment of compliance of wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts according to the technical prescriptions specified in Regulations and global technical regulations Harmonization of Side Impact Dummies WorldSID Harmonization Outline proposal for an Addendum 2 to M.R.1. to include specifications of the 50th percentile WorldSID side impact dummy.
17 Sep 2014 SGR0-12-07
Australian comments on the List A UN Regulations applicable to IWVTA
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Compatibility Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility Safety-Belt and ISOFIX Anchorages Safety-Belt/ISOFIX Anchorages Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Safety-belt Anchorages, ISOFIX Anchorages Systems and ISOFIX Top Tether Anchorages Proposals to modify UN Regulations 10 and 14 to address requirements under Australian law.
05 Nov 2014 SGR0-13-09
Australian comments on the List A UN Regulations applicable to IWVTA
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Child Restraint Systems Child Restraint Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Restraining Devices for Child Occupants of Power-driven Vehicles ("Child Restraint System") Request to move UN R44 on child restraint systems to the "B list" of regulations (eventual consideration for inclusion in the whole vehicle type approval) from the "A list" of regulations identified for use in the first phase implementation of the IWVTA system.
05 Nov 2014 WP.29-164-14
Proposal to increase the majority threshold for adoption of UN Regulation texts
World Forum Informal 1958 Agreement 1958 Agreement Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Technical Prescriptions for Wheeled Vehicles, Equipment and Parts which can be Fitted and/or be Used on Wheeled Vehicles and the Conditions for Reciprocal Recognition of Approvals Granted on the Basis of these Prescriptions Proposal to raise the voting threshold required under the 1958 Agreement to approve a given text (e.g., new UN Regulation or amendment of an existing regulation) from the present two-thirds majority (achievable by the EU vote alone) to a four-fifths majority.
11 Dec 2014 GRSP-56-33
Proposal for Supplement 1 to the UN Regulation on Pole Side Impact in its original version and to the 01 series of amendments
Working Party Informal Pole side-impact protection Pole Side Impact Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to their Pole Side Impact performance (PSI) The scope of the new Global Technical Regulation on Pole Side Impact includes vehicles of category N1 (limited to GVM < 3.5 t) and vehicles of category M1 (without mass limit). However, the vehicle fleet includes a small number of M1 vehicles with a GVW > 3.5t which are based on vehicles of category N2, N3, M2 or M3. Based on the OICA proposal (document GRSP-56-12) and ensuing discussions, Australia proposes to limit the scope of the GTR to both M1 vehicles under 3.5 t maximum vehicle mass and to certain N1 vehicles based on geometric measurements.
15 Jul 1987 R55-10-03
Strength Requirements for Fifth Wheel Couplings in Road Trains and General Articulated Vehicles
Informal Group Informal Mechanical Coupling Components Mechanical Couplings Uniform provisions concerning the approval of mechanical coupling components of combinations of vehicles
01 Dec 1980 R55-10-04
Instrumentation for Measurement of Coupling forces in Road Trains
Informal Group Informal Mechanical Coupling Components Mechanical Couplings Uniform provisions concerning the approval of mechanical coupling components of combinations of vehicles
12 Jun 2015 SG58-16-06
Article 3.2 and the revised 1958 Agreement
Informal Subgroup Informal 1958 Agreement 1958 Agreement Agreement Concerning the Adoption of Uniform Technical Prescriptions for Wheeled Vehicles, Equipment and Parts which can be Fitted and/or be Used on Wheeled Vehicles and the Conditions for Reciprocal Recognition of Approvals Granted on the Basis of these Prescriptions
09 Sep 2015 SGR0-17-07
Editorial comments on Q&A documents to explain UN R0 and IWVTA
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
16 Oct 2015 SGR0-17-07/Rev.1
Editorial comments on Q&A documents to explain UN R0 and IWVTA
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
27 Oct 2015 SGR0-18-04
Addition of "withdrawal" items to draft proposal Q&A document explaining UN R0 and IWVTA
Informal Subgroup Informal International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Proposed text to explain procedures for the withdrawal or revocation of a whole vehicle type approval, including differences between a universal (U-IWVTA) approval and a limited (L-IWVTA) approval.
03 Mar 1980 R55-10-05
Australia: Strength Requirements for Tow Couplings in Road Trains
Informal Group Informal Mechanical Coupling Components Mechanical Couplings Uniform provisions concerning the approval of mechanical coupling components of combinations of vehicles Australia Road Research Board (ARRB) Internal Report related to ISO/TC22/SC15/WG4 N 535 Annex 5.
04 Dec 2015 GRSP-58-13
Draft proposal for a 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14
Working Party Informal Safety-Belt and ISOFIX Anchorages Safety-Belt/ISOFIX Anchorages Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to Safety-belt Anchorages, ISOFIX Anchorages Systems and ISOFIX Top Tether Anchorages International Whole Vehicle Type Approval System (IWVTA) International Whole Vehicle Type Approval UN Regulation No. 0 on uniform provisions concerning the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval Australian proposal to adapt UN R14 to current Australian child restraint system anchorage requirements within the context of enabling the use of UN R14 within the international whole vehicle type approval system.
04 Dec 2015 GRSP-58-14
Proposal for an 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16
Working Party Informal Safety belts and related systems Safety belt systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Safety-belts, Restraint Systems, Child Restraint Systems and ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems for Occupants of Power-driven Vehicles II. Vehicles Equipped with Safety-belts, Safety-belt Reminders, Restraint Systems, Child Restraint Systems and ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems Occupant Protection in Frontal Collisions Frontal Collision Protection Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicles with regard to the Protection of the Occupants in the Event of a Frontal Collision Restraint System in Frontal Impact Frontal Impact ORS Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars in the event of a frontal collision with focus on the restraint system Australia wishes to accept the new full-width rigid barrier crash test regulation (expected as UN R137) as an alternative to its ADR 69/00; however, Australia wishes to avoid possible confusion over the use of an airbag deactivation device (such as used to turn off an airbag when a child seat is used in the front seat). Therefore, Australia proposes to clarify the provisions of UN R16 to avoid misunderstandings or misuse of such devices along the lines of requirements found in Euro NCAP and US FMVSS 208.
01 Mar 2016 GRSP/2016/13
Proposal for 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16
Working Party Working Safety belts and related systems Safety belt systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Safety-belts, Restraint Systems, Child Restraint Systems and ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems for Occupants of Power-driven Vehicles II. Vehicles Equipped with Safety-belts, Safety-belt Reminders, Restraint Systems, Child Restraint Systems and ISOFIX Child Restraint Systems Proposal to insert provisions for vehicles equipped with manual airbag deactivation devices, especially to ensure that vehicles meet performance requirements regardless of the airbag activation setting and to specific requirements for airbag status reminders and telltales.
30 Nov 2017 GRRF/2018/2
Proposal for a Supplement to Regulation No. 139
Working Party Working Brake Assist Systems Brake Assist Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to brake assist systems Proposal to clarify the purpose of UN R139 which was originally established through the extraction of brake assist system (BAS) provisions from UN R13-H on brake systems. Within the context of UN R13-H, the BAS provisions were written to assess performance in cases where a vehicle was fitted with a brake assist system. As a stand-alone regulation, UN R139 applies only to vehicles that are equipped with BAS. Therefore, this supplement proposes to refine the text to remove the "if fitted" language and ensure that UN R139 can only be applied to a vehicle equipped with a BAS.
30 Nov 2017 GRRF/2018/3
Proposal for a Supplement to Regulation No. 140
Working Party Working Electronic Stability Control Systems ESC Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to electronic stability control systems Proposal to remove “if fitted” language from the text to clarify that UN R140 can only be applied to a vehicle equipped with a ESC system. UN R140 was originally established through the extraction of electronic stability controls (ESC) provisions from UN R13-H on brake systems. Within the context of UN R13-H, the ESC provisions were written to assess performance in cases where a vehicle was fitted with an electronic stability control system. As a stand-alone regulation, however, UN R140 applies only to vehicles that are equipped with ESC. The proposal also would correct an apparent error in to Annex 4, paragraph 2.1. where the reference to "ISO 15037 Part 1:2005" should read "ISO 15037 Part 1:2006".
19 Nov 2018 GRVA/2019/6
UN R140: Proposal for a Supplement
Working Party Working Electronic Stability Control Systems ESC Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to electronic stability control systems Proposal to clarify that UN R140 does not mandate the installation of electronic stability control systems (ESC) on vehicles but rather specifies requirements for the approval of vehicles should they be equipped with an ESC system.
19 Nov 2018 GRVA/2019/12
UN R139: Proposal for a Supplement
Working Party Working Brake Assist Systems Brake Assist Systems Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to brake assist systems Proposal to clarify that UN R139 does not mandate the installation of brake assist systems (BAS) on vehicles but rather specifies requirements for the approval of vehicles should they be equipped with a BAS system.