Session 56 | Geneva | 9-12 Dec 2014
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRSP/2014/14 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 56th GRSP session
GRSP/2014/14/Add.1 | Addendum to the annotated provisional agenda for the 56th GRSP session Addition of new document references to the agenda.
GRSP-56-02 | Running order of the agenda of the 56th GRSP session
2. Global technical regulation No. 7 (Head restraints)
GRSP/2013/17 | Proposal for Amendment 1 to GTR No. 7 Proposal to specify a head restraint height between 720 mm and 830 mm pursuant to the work on phase 2 of GTR No. 7 which includes a new method for measuring the effective height of head restraints.
GRSP/2013/24 | Draft amendment 1 (Phase 2) to GTR No. 7 Working draft of the phase 2 revisions to the global technical regulation on head restraints provided to the GRSP at its December 2013 session for informational purposes only.
GRSP-56-05 | Draft 6th progress report of the informal group on Phase 2 of GTR No. 7
GRSP-56-04 | Progress report of the informal working group on phase 2 of GTR No. 7 Update on the work concerning head restraint height measurement, dynamic test for rear impacts, BioRID II dummy certification and R&R, GTR "whiplash" injury criteria, and introduction of the BioRID test tool into the Mutual Resolution 1 compendium.
3. Global technical regulation No. 9 (Pedestrian safety)
3. (a) Proposal for Phase 2 of the global technical regulation
GRSP/2014/15 | Draft Amendment 2 to Global Technical Regulation No. 9 Draft of the amendment to introduce the Flex PLI lower legform impactor and related test procedures into the GTR on pedestrian safety protection, including the new bumper test area specifications.
GRSP/2014/16 | Fifth progress report of the informal group on Phase 2 of GTR No. 9
GRSP/2014/30 | Proposal for amendments to global technical regulation No. 9 Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force, submitted as an alternative to the proposal in document GRSP/2014/17, to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal includes a "bumper beam" determination method.
GRSP/2014/17 | Proposal for amendments to global technical regulation No. 9 Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal does not take into account potentially harmful hard structures such as bumper beams that may lie behind the outer contour or front fascia extending beyond the defined bumper corners as consensus within the task force could not be reached.
GRSP-56-21 | Clarification of test methods for active devices in pedestrian protection Request for clarification of test procedures for active pedestrian protection devices (such as active hood, pedestrian airbag).
GRSP-56-30 | UN GTR No. 9 (Pedestrian safety) - Effects of bumper test area determination using the old vs. the new method
GRSP-56-38 | Proposal to amend the draft amendment to GTR No. 9 on the bumper test area Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal does not take into account potentially harmful hard structures such as bumper beams that may lie behind the outer contour or front fascia extending beyond the defined bumper corners as consensus within the task force could not be reached.
GRSP-56-39 | Proposal to amend the draft amendment to GTR No. 9 on the bumper test area Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force, submitted as an alternative to the proposal in document GRSP/2014/17 as amended by document GRSP-56-38, to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal includes a “bumper beam” determination method.
GRSP-56-03 | Japan comments on the proposals of the Task Force-Bumper Test Area
GRSP-56-20 | Clarification of relaxation area(s) for flexible lower legform to bumper test Request for clarifications on the application of relaxation areas under UN Regulation No. 127.
3. (b) Proposal for amendments to Phase 1 and draft Phase 2 of the global technical regulation
GRSP/2012/2 | Final progress report on the proposal to develop amendment 2 to GTR 9 Review of the work behind the proposal to clarify GTR 9, in particular concerning the definition of the headform testing/contact area for measurement purposes.
GRSP/2014/2 | Proposal for amendment to Phase 1 to global technical regulation No. 9 Proposal to clarify provisions on the headform tests of UN GTR No. 9.
GRSP/2014/5 | Proposal for amendment to draft Phase 2 to global technical regulation No. 9 (Pedestrian safety) Proposal to clarify provisions of the headform tests of UN GTR No. 9.
4. Harmonization of side impact dummies
WP.29-164-26 | Use of private standards in Regulations managed by WP.29 - Best practices
5. Global technical regulation on electric vehicles
6. Regulation No. 14 (Safety-belt anchorages)
GRSP/2013/15 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14 The current text of UN R14 requires the installation of two ISOFIX anchorages in a vehicle. Vehicles with only one seat row are exempted from this requirement. This proposal introduces provisions for at least one set of ISOFIX anchorages in vehicles having only one seat row or having several seat rows with only one seat per row.
WP.29/2014/34 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14 Proposal to introduce provisions for ISOFIX in convertible cars, to exempt vehicles with one seating position per row from the ISOFIX provisions of UN R14 and to correct an editorial error in Supplement 4 to the 07 series of the regulation, as adopted by the Working Party on Passive Safety (GRSP) at its 54th session. The proposal is based on documents GRSP/2013/18 amended and GRSP/2013/4 as amended by GRSP-54-19-Rev.2, both documents reproduced as amended in Annex III to the GRSP session report.
GRSP/2014/18 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14 Germany submitted a proposal that would require at least one set of ISOFIX anchorages in single-row vehicles (which are currently exempted under UN R14). This proposal (superseding GRSP-55-31) would set a minimum R-point criteria for requiring the ISOFIX anchorages and thus exempt vehicles with R-points below this minimum height. The purpose is to exempt sport vehicles not intended to carry small children requiring child seats from the ISOFIX requirement.
GRSP-56-11/Rev.1 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14 (revised) In June 2014, WP.29 returned a proposal (document WP.29/2014/34) to introduce provisions for ISOFIX positions in convertibles and vehicles with one seating position per row due to concerns over clarity. Given the complexity of this topic, OICA has decided to address specific elements separately. This proposal addresses the use of top tethers in child restraint systems and proposes to retain the "i-size" term and definition endorsed by GRSP.
GRSP-56-32 | Proposal for the 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14 Proposal to exclude "bucket seats" from the ISOFIX requirements as well as vehicles with only one seating position (by applying the regulation only to vehicles with more than one seating position). The proposal also exempts certain vehicle/seating configurations from ISOFIX requirements, addressing cases where the vehicle design and purpose mitigate against the use of such child restraints and ISOFIX systems.
7. Regulation No. 16 (Safety-belts)
GRSP/2012/25 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16 Pursuant to discussions from the 44th GRSP session, the secretariat has drafted this proposal to consolidate the transitional provisions of UN R16 as a basis for a discussion on simplifying and correcting the current text of the regulation.
GRSP/2014/27 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16 CLEPA proposal to clarify dynamic testing, rear seat system approval and transitional provisions.
GRSP-56-10 | Revised proposal for Supplement 6 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16 Revised CLEPA proposal to clarify dynamic testing, rear seat system, advanced restraint system approval, and transitional provisions. This proposal supersedes document GRSP/2014/27.
GRSP-56-14 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 16 Proposal to introduce provisions concerning universal child booster seating positions.
GRSP-56-16 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16 (Consolidated version) Proposal to introduce provisions concerning universal child booster seating positions with the amendments shown within the text of the regulation, incorporating the amendments proposed in document GRSP/2014/14.
GRSP-56-35 | Regulation No. 16 - ISOFIX fixture
GRSP-56-42 | Proposal for mandatory installation of seat-belt reminders in rear seating positions Argument in favor of extending provisions for seat-belt reminders to the rear seating positions, particularly to respond to low seat-belt use by rear occupants and the associated higher rates of death and injury in accidents.
8. Regulation No. 17 (Strength of seats)
GRSP/2014/19 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 17 Proposal to define the moment of intertia in the luggage-impact test as “0.3 ± 0.05 kgm2 (around all 3 principal axis of inertia of the luggage blocks)”. UN R17 presently lacks such a definition, resulting in variations in trajectory and behavior of the luggage cubes before and after impact.
GRSP/2014/20 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 17 Proposal to extend the prohibition against the installation of side-facing seats to all categories of commercial vehicles (N).
GRSP/2014/21 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 17 Proposal by the secretariat to correct a reference to UN R25 to refer to the 04 series of amendments rather than to the 03 series of amendments.
GRSP-56-07 | Proposal to amend UN Regulation No. 17 Proposal to expand the application area of the energy absorption criteria for seating in order to facilitate the optimization of seat-belt load limiters by allowing limited occupant contact with these seat areas.
9. Regulation No. 22 (Protective helmets)
10. Regulation No. 29 (Cab strength)
GRSP/2014/4 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 29 Proposal to require that the vehicle cab remain attached to the vehicle frame by at least three mounting points following the pendulum test.
GRSP/2014/29 | Draft supplement 3 to the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 29 The 03 series of amendment introduced a new Test C into UN Regulation No. 29. This proposal adds specifications for the test rig in the case where a pendulum impactor is used (as is already prescribed for Tests A and B. To improve the repeatability of the test, the submission further proposes to place the cab on a horizontal surface and to fix the pendulum with a required angle of 20° of impact against the cab to be tested.
11. Regulation No. 44 (Child restraints systems)
GRSP-56-06 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 44 Text prepared by the UN R44 Technical Services Group to clarify the regulation, including test failure parameters, CRS displacement or locking systems, seat installation color coding systems, and use of load limiting devices. The test procedure would be modified, including an increase in the applied load to exceed the maximum allowed resistance to permit sliding of the strap through the quick adjuster and through rigid parts, increased tolerances related thereto, deletion of the option for shorter shift (deemed unnecessary since it is a test on the strap, not on the complete component), and modification of drawings to improve consistency with the text.
GRSP-56-26 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to the 04 series of amendments to Regulation No. 44 Proposal to amend the toxicity and flammability declarations via references to EN71 (European safety standards).
12. Regulation No. 80 (Strength of seats and their anchorages (buses))
GRSP/2014/25 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 80 Proposal to amend the scope and clarify the transitional provisions to avoid misinterpretations for the installation of side-facing seats in category M3 vehicles. The proposal exempts vehicles exceeding 10 tonnes from the prohibition on side-facing seat provided the seat meet conditions specified in the 03 series of amendments to the Regulation.
13. Regulation No. 94 (Frontal impact)
GRSP/2014/22 | Proposal for 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 94 Proposal as revised during the 55th GRSP session (superseding document GRSP/2014/06) incorporating changes to UN R94 in light of the development of the new regulation concerning protection in frontal collisions with focus on the restraint system, especially to improve the protection of older occupants.
GRSP-56-15/Rev.2 | Proposal to amend the draft 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 94 (revised) Further refinements to UN R94 frontal impact regulation in light of the new regulation on frontal impacts and occupant restraint systems currently pending approval.
14. Regulation No. 95 (Lateral impact)
GRSP/2014/24 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 95 Proposal by the GRSP secretariat to delete Appendix 3 (examination of the mobile impact barrier) to Annex 5 of UN R95. Appendix 3 was rendered redundant by the 02 series of amendments to the regulation (which introduced the EEVC mobile deformable barrier).
15. Regulation No. 100 (Battery electric vehicle safety)
GRSP-56-17 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 100 Editorial improvements to the text and introduction of provisions allowing for the separation of connectors (including the vehicle inlet) without the use of tools under prescribed conditions.
GRSP-56-18 | Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments to Regulation No. 100 Editorial improvements to the text and introduction of provisions allowing for the separation of connectors (including the vehicle inlet) without the use of tools under prescribed conditions.
16. Regulation No. 127 (Pedestrian safety)
GRSP/2014/31 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 127 Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal does not take into account potentially harmful hard structures such as bumper beams that may lie behind the outer contour or front fascia extending beyond the defined bumper corners as consensus within the task force could not be reached. Presented as a Supplement, the proposal includes a September 2017 transition date in case GRSP determines that the changes should be put into a new series of amendments rather than as a supplement.
GRSP/2014/32 | Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 127 Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force, submitted as an alternative to the proposal in document GRSP/2014/31, to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal includes a “bumper beam” determination method. The proposal also includes a September 2017 transition date in the event that the GRSP determines that the proposal should be treated as a new series of amendments rather than as a Supplement.
GRSP-56-20 | Clarification of relaxation area(s) for flexible lower legform to bumper test Request for clarifications on the application of relaxation areas under UN Regulation No. 127.
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 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.
GRSP-56-40 | Proposal to amend the draft Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 127 Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force, pursuant to discussions within GRSP, to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal does not take into account potentially harmful hard structures such as bumper beams that may lie behind the outer contour or front fascia extending beyond the defined bumper corners as consensus within the task force could not be reached. Presented as a Supplement, the proposal includes a September 2017 transition date in case GRSP determines that the changes should be put into a new series of amendments rather than as a supplement.
GRSP-56-41 | Proposal to amend the draft Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 127 Proposal from the Bumper Test Area Task Force, pursuant to discussions within GRSP, submitted as an alternative to the proposal in document GRSP/2014/31 as amended by document GRSP-56-40, to revise the procedure for determining the bumper test area under the pedestrian safety regulation. This proposal corrects shortcomings in the current definitions which could lead to a narrower test area than intended (leading to less effective pedestrian protection). This proposal includes a “bumper beam” determination method. The proposal also includes a September 2017 transition date in the event that the GRSP determines that the proposal should be treated as a new series of amendments rather than as a Supplement.
17. Regulation No. 129 (Enhanced child restraint systems)
GRSP/2014/28 | Proposal for the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 129 Amendment to introduce all the modifications needed in UN Regulation No. 129 (Enhanced Child Restraint System (ECRS)) that were suggested by the experts of the informal working group on Child Restraint Systems (IWG CRS) to extend the scope of this Regulation to Non-Integral child restraint systems (“Universal Booster” or “Specific to vehicle Booster”) (Phase 2 of the UN Regulation).
GRSP-56-08 | Revised proposal for the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 Revised amendment to introduce all the modifications needed in UN Regulation No. 129 (Enhanced Child Restraint System (ECRS)) that were suggested by the experts of the informal working group on Child Restraint Systems (IWG CRS) to extend the scope of this Regulation to Non-Integral child restraint systems (“Universal Booster” or “Specific to vehicle Booster”) (Phase 2 of the UN Regulation).
GRSP-56-09 | Proposal for the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 129 (Consolidated version) Revised amendment, including track changes, to introduce all the modifications needed in UN Regulation No. 129 (Enhanced Child Restraint System (ECRS)) that were suggested by the experts of the informal working group on Child Restraint Systems (IWG CRS) to extend the scope of this Regulation to Non-Integral child restraint systems (“Universal Booster” or “Specific to vehicle Booster”) (Phase 2 of the UN Regulation).
GRSP-56-24/Rev.1 | UN Regulation No. 129 (i-Size UN Regulation): An important step towards an enhanced child protection in crashes Fact sheet on UN R129 including comparison with UN R44.
GRSP-56-28 | Enhanced Child Restraint Systems (Regulation No. 129) - Booster Seats and Booster Cushions Report on the phase 2 development (regarding universal booster seats and cushions) of UN Regulation No. 129.
GRSP-56-27 | Enhanced Child Restraint Systems (Regulation No. 129) - Draft brochure Question and answer brochure on the i-size child restraint systems regulation.
GRSP-56-31/Rev.1 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to Regulation No. 129 Proposal to prohibit the use of Y-shaped belt on forward-facing child restraint system. This proposal aligns UN R129 with provisions already in UN R44.
18. Proposal for a new Regulation on Frontal Impact
GRSP/2014/23 | Proposal of amendments to the draft new Regulation on frontal impact protection focused on occupant restraints Text prepared by the Informal Working Group on Frontal Impact (IWG FI) to introduce necessary modifications to the draft UN Regulation on frontal impact focusing on requirements for restraint systems (GRSP/2014/10).
GRSP-56-13/Rev.1 | Proposal for amendments to the draft UN Regulation on occupant restraint systems in frontal impacts (revised) Further refinements to the proposed new regulation on frontal impact protection in relation to occupant restraint systems (document GRSP/2014/10 amended by doument GRSP/2014/23) prepared by the Informal Group on Frontal Impact. These amendments concern provisions on the position of the front passenger.
GRSP-56-23/Rev.2 | Draft new 01 series of amendments of Regulation No. [X] concerning approval of the Full Width Rigid Barrier test (revised) Proposal from Japan to outline a 01 series of amendments to the draft new UN Regulation with regard to the Full Width Rigid Barrier test. This proposal would enable Contracting Parties to apply this Regulation with a Thorax Compression Criterion (ThCC) of 34 mm for the Hybrid III 5th female dummy on the passenger seat in the event that both the 00 series draft new regulation and the 01 series amendments are adopted concurrently.
GRSP-56-36 | Hybrid III 5th percentile adult female performance requirements Thorax compression criterion (ThCC) under the draft new regulation on frontal impact protection and occupant restraint systems.
GRSP/2014/10 | Draft new Regulation on the protection of the occupants in the event of a frontal collision with a focus on the restraint system Text prepared by the Informal Working Group on Frontal Impact (IWG FI) as an outcome of discussions of the Working Party on Passive Safety (GRSP) at its fifty-fourth session (ECE/TRANS/WP29/GRSP/54, para. 23) on developing a separate new Regulation on frontal impact focusing on requirements for restraint systems. .
19. Proposal for a new Regulation on electric vehicles of category L
GRSP/2014/26 | Proposal for amendments to the draft new Regulation on electric motorcycle safety Text prepared by the Informal Working Group of Rechargeable Energy Storage System (IWG REESS) to resolve open issues concerning the draft new UN Regulation on L-category vehicle electric powertrains (document GRSP/2014/11).
GRSP-56-01 | Proposal for corrections to the draft regulation on electric motorcycle safety Corrections proposed to document GRSP/2014/26 which introduced amendments to the draft regulation as presented in document GRSG/2014/11.
GRSP/2014/11 | Draft Regulation on electric vehicles of category L Draft text for a new UN regulation on the safety of electric motorcycles and related vehicles.
20. Collective amendments Regulations No. 14 and 16
GRSP-56-19 | Proposal for collective amendments to Regulations Nos. 14 and 16 Proposal to clarify the text related to the recently expanded height requirements for the effective upper belt anchorage (Supplement 4 to the 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14).
21. Election of officers
22. (a) Exchange of information on national and international requirements on passive safety
GRSP-56-22 | Information on Japanese National activities regarding Hydrogen Fuel Cell Motorcycles Japan is developing national legislation to prescribe requirements for the body, hydrogen storage containers and their specific components, batteries etc. of hydrogen fuel-cell powered motorcycles.
GRSP-56-29 | Euro NCAP results for heavy quadricycles Presentation on occupant protection tests of selected L7 category vehicles (e.g., very light, limited maximum speed road vehicles that do not require a driver's license to operate).
GRSP-56-34 | Korea NCAP update
22. (b) Definition and acronyms in Regulations under GRSP responsibilities
GRSP-51-03 | Abbreviations and Acronyms used in the UN Regulations of GRSP During the 50th session of GRSP, the chairperson had requested participants to prepare a list with abbreviations used in the UN regulations under GRSP. EC had volunteered to carry out this task and it was agreed that the list would be submitted to GRSP as an informal document.
22. (c) Development of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA) system and involvement of the Working Parties
WP.29-164-22/Rev.1 | UN Regulation No. 0 Second draft - Uniform provisions concerning International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA): revised Background presentation on the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval regulation.
22. (d) Highlights of the June and November 2014 sessions of WP.29
WP.29/1110 | Report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 163rd session Reports of the meetings of the World Forum, 1958 Agreement, 1997 Agreement, and 1998 Global Agreement Contracting Parties held in Geneva during June 24-27.
WP.29/1112 | Report of the World Forum/WP.29 on its 164th session
22. (e) Non-harmonized definitions in Regulations under the responsibility of GRSP
22. (f) Three-dimensional H-point machine
GRSP-56-37 | Report of the informal working group on the harmonisation of the specifications of the 3-D H-point machine
22. (g) Intelligent Transport Systems
22. (h) Pole side impact protection
GRSP-56-12 | Proposal for Supplement 1 and for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments to the UN Regulation on Pole Side Impact 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. Therefore, OICA proposes to limit the scope of the GTR to both M1 and N1 vehicles under 3.5 t maximum vehicle mass in order to alleviate burdens on manufacturers producing M1 variants based on N2, N3, M2, or M3 vehicles.
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 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.
22. (i) Proposal of amendments to the UN Regulation on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Vehicles
GRSP-56-25 | Proposal of amendments to the UN Regulation on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Vehicles Proposal to include "MFP" in the labeling requirement for hydrogen containers. MFP refers to the maximum allowable container pressure under normal use.
23. Tributes