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1. Adoption of the agenda
GRSP/2017/18 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 62nd GRSP session
GRSP/2017/18/Add.1 | GRSP Session 62: Addendum to the annotated provisional agenda
GRSP-62-03 | GRSP 66th Session: Running order of the agenda
2. Global technical regulation No. 7 (Head restraints)
GRSP/2015/34 | Draft amendment 1 to GTR No. 7 on Head Restraints The GTR7 Informal Working Group has been preparing amendments to the regulation with regard to head restraint height, use of the BioRID test dummy, and to improve the overall text. This document provides the current draft text with open items enclosed in brackets.
3. (a) Global technical regulation No. 9 (Pedestrian safety): 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/2015/2 | Proposal for amendments to global technical regulation No. 9 Proposal to amend the bumper test area procedures under the pedestrian safety GTR. This proposal includes the "bumper beam measurement" in the procedure.
GRSP/2017/3 | Draft Amendment 2 (Phase 2) of the global technical regulation No. 9 Proposal to modify document GRSP/2014/15 presenting Amendment 2 to GTR No. 9. Amendment 2 would introduce the flexible pedestrian legform impactor (FlexPLI) as a single harmonized test tool. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expressed concern whether the injury assessment reference values (IARV) proposed in Amendment 2 will be able to meet the needs for injury mitigation in the United States of America. In order to allow the amendment to move forward, the United States proposes to accept the IARV while noting in the statement of technical rationale and justification its continuing research into the IARVs and the possibility of a future proposal to amend the values should this prove warranted.
GRSP-62-15/Rev.1 | Draft amendment 2 – Revision 1 of UN GTR No. 9 Proposal prepared by the experts of the Informal Working Group (IWG) on Global Technical Regulation No. 9 Phase 2 (GTR9-PH2) and proposes provisions on pedestrian safety and motor vehicles. It represents the final proposal of the Informal Group for Phase 2 of GTR No. 9, based on document GRSP/2014/15 proposing 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.. As such, the document incorporates also the results of the Task Force Bumper Test Area as well as the comments provided in the informal document of the US from last December’s GRSP (GRSP/2017/3).
GRSP-62-16 | GTR 9: Sixth progress report of the informal working group on global technical regulation No. 9
3. (b) Global technical regulation No. 9 (Pedestrian safety): Proposal for Amendment 3 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/2014/5 | 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.
3. (c) Global technical regulation No. 9 (Pedestrian safety): Proposal for Amendment 4 of the global technical regulation
GRSP-62-13 | Status Report of the Task Force on Deployable Pedestrian Protection Systems
4. Global technical regulation No. 13 (Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles)
GRSP-62-25/Rev.1 | GTR 13: Terms of Reference for the informal working group on Phase 2 of GTR No.13, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles Draft definition of the mandate of the HFCV Phase 2 informal group formed to further develop the GTR on HFCV safety.
GRSP-62-26 | GTR 13: 1st Meeting of the Informal Working Group on Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles Global Technical Regulation No. 13 (Phase 2)
5. Harmonization of side impact dummies
GRSP-62-09 | Draft amendments to Mutual Resolution M.R.1, Addendum2 (specifications of WorldSID 50th male side impact dummy) Proposal to update the references to ISO standards in Mutual Resolution 1, Addendum 2 (document WP.29/1101/Amend.1).
GRSP-62-34 | CLEPA statement concerning the description of crash-test dummies and validation tools in UN Regulations and GTRs CLEPA request for a focused and urgent effort to incorporate all dummies and tools (especially including the child Q dummies integrated into UN R129 testing) into Mutual Resolution 1 which was intended as the repository for specifications of all tools used in WP.29 regulation test procedures.
WP.29/2018/36 | MR1: Proposal for amendments Proposal to update the references to ISO standards in Mutual Resolution 1, Addendum 2 (document WP.29/1101/Amend.1).
6. Global technical regulation on electric vehicles
WP.29/2017/138 | Proposal for a new UN GTR on Electric Vehicle Safety (EVS) Proposal for a new GTR on in-use and post-crash safety of electric vehicles and rechargeable electric energy storage systems (REESS).
WP.29/2017/143 | Request for authorization to develop Phase 2 of the UN GTR on Electric Vehicle Safety Proposal for the second phase development of the GTR on electric vehicle safety, including<ol class="alpha"><li>Water immersion test</li><li>Long duration fire resistance test;</li><li>Rechargeable Electrical Energy Storage System (REESS) rotation tests</li><li>REESS vibration profile</li><li>Flammability, toxicity and corrosiveness of vented gas (i.e. quantification of venting for tests addressing safety of REESS post-crash, potential risk of "toxic gases" from non-aqueous electrolyte)</li><li>Thermal propagation and methods of initiation in battery system</li><li>Post-crash REESS safety assessment and stabilization procedures</li><li>Light electric vehicles (e.g. categories L6 and L7, low speed vehicles)</li><li>Protection during Alternating Current and Direct Current charging and feeding process</li><li>Overcurrent requirements plus tests (component based).</li></ol>
7. Regulation No. 14 (Safety-belt anchorages)
GRSP/2017/23 | Proposal for 09 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 14 Proposal to clarify the text of UN R14. The current text has produced differing interpretations among Technical Services with regard to which requirements apply to central seating positions in rear rows of category M<sub>1</sub> and N<sub>1</sub> vehicles and the minimum distance between two effective lower belt anchorages (L1 and L2). The proposed amendments clarify that a reduced minimum distance of 240 mm is only allowed in the case where there is only one central seating position (i.e. in a row of 3 seating positions). Rear seat rows with an even number of seats always shall have a distance of at least 350 mm. Given that it entails new requirements, the proposal is presented as a new series of amendments with transitional provisions (proposed through 2025).
8. Regulation No. 16 (Safety-belts)
GRSP/2016/13 | Proposal for 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 16 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.
GRSP/2017/21 | Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 16 Proposal to correct Table 1 by deleting "F1" (this fixture is part of a corresponding ISO Standard but not in UN R16) and to replace "universal" by "i-Size" in the title of Appendix 5, as UN R129 booster seats can be only i-Size or specific.
GRSP/2017/22 | Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 1 to the 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 16 Proposal to correct paragraph 1.2. by deleting "and Appendix 5" in order to align with the text of Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to UN R16, to correct Table 1 by deleting "F1" (this fixture is part of a corresponding ISO standard not found in UN R16), and to correct Appendix 5 by replacing "universal" with "i-Size" (UN R129 booster seats can be only i-Size or specific).
GRSP/2017/24 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 16 Proposal to clarify that the second level warning requirement in the 02 series of amendments to the UN R16 is dependent upon the needs of each seating position. A strict reading of paragraph 2.45. would require a second-level warning in the event of any unfastened seat-belt in a front or rear position. This proposal would clarify that the second-level warning is required depending on the individual position requirement (e.g., based on detection that a position is occupied).
GRSP-62-06/Rev.2 | UN R16: Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments Proposal from the GRSP secretariat to correct editorial oversights found in document GRSP/2017/21.
GRSP-62-07/Rev.1 | UN R16: Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 1 to the 07 series of amendments Proposal from the GRSP secretariat to correct editorial oversights found in document GRSP/2017/22: <ol><li>Deletes “one of” from the phrase "one of the positions specified in paragraph 7.7.1.5."</li><li>Paragraph 8.3.6. ellipsis (dots) at the end of the paragraph, indicating that the remaining previous text shall be kept, were omitted.</li><li>Paragraph 1.2: Deletes "and Appendix 5" to align with the text of Supplement 9 to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 16.</li><li>Refers to figures 1 to 8, not 1 to 9.</li><li>Table 1: Deletes "F1" in the table, as this fixture is part of the corresponding ISO Standard but not in UN R16.</li><li>Appendix 5: Replaces "universal" by "i-size" in the title of Appendix 5, as UN Regulation No. 129 booster seats can be only i-Size or specific.</li></ol>
GRSP-62-08 | UN R16: Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 10 to the 06 series of amendments and Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 2 to the 07 series of amendments Proposal to clarify and correct the reference in paragraph 8.3.6. to UN R14 and the new UN Regulation on ISOFIX anchorages with regard to the measurement of the pitch angle used for the geometrical assessment of the installation of ISOFIX child restraint fixtures. This proposal relates directly to the supplements presented in document WP.29/2017/120.
9. Regulation No. 17 (Strength of seats)
GRSP/2017/25 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 08 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 17 Proposal to clarify that seat belt components such as retractors shall not sustain damage during testing according to Annex 9 of UN R17. Such components have occasionally been damaged during testing such that their functionality has been impaired. In order to ensure adequate occupant safety, this proposal would require all safety-belt components to be included in the test installation and require post-test inspection to confirm the absence of damage.
GRSP-62-37 | UN R17: Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 08 series of amendments Revised proposal, pursuant to GRSP-62 discussions, to clarify that seat belt components such as retractors shall remain functional if damaged during the load-retention test according to Annex 9 of UN R17. Such components have occasionally been damaged during testing such that their functionality has been impaired. In order to ensure adequate occupant safety, this proposal would require all safety-belt components to be included in the test installation and require post-test inspection to confirm the absence of damage.
10. Regulation No. 22 (Protective helmets)
GRSP-62-04 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 05 series of amendments Regulation No. 22 Proposal to modify the frequency of conformity of production inspections and random sampling. Absent ISO 9002 certification, inspections would change from "3 times a year" to "1 time a year" (i.e. annual). For ISO 9002-accredited facilities, the amendment would offer authorities flexibility for inspections every 1-2 years depending upon the results of previous inspections.
GRSP-62-10 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 05 series of amendments Regulation No. 22 Proposal from the GRSP secretariat to prohibit the use of the DETA program Unique Identifier in place of the approval mark specified in UN R22 because the current mark provides important consumer information that would be lost through use of the UI. This prohibition has similarly been approved for child restraint systems (UN R44 and R129).
GRSP-62-19 | French considerations on UN Regulation No. 22 Position of France concerning the need to update helmet requirements in light of new designs and technologies presenting safety benefits and raising new safety concerns.
11. Regulation No. 29 (Cab strength)
GRSP/2017/26 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 29 Proposal to introduce installation specifications for securing a cab mounted on a vehicle to the test rig for tests B and C, as is currently provided for test A, under UN R29. This proposal aims to improve repeatability and reproducibility while allowing more flexibility in permitting the use of rigid composite blocks and/or (adjustable) metal brackets in securing the vehicle in the place of the wooden block presently prescribed in Figure 1.
GRSP-62-11 | UN R29: Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 03 series of amendments Proposal to introduce a tolerance for the position of the loading device during the test. The loading device is required to be parallel to the x-y plane of the chassis. This proposal would add a z dimension to the x-y plane and set a tolerance such that the loading device may not deviate by more than 5° along the z-axis.
12. Regulation No. 44 (Child restraint systems)
GRSP/2017/20 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 Proposal to cease new approvals of non-integral group 2 and group 2/3 child restraint systems under UN Regulation No. 44 as of [1 September 2018].
GRSP/2017/28 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 Proposal to delete a reference to the "Y" symbol denoting a crotch strap. The Y symbol is no longer used in UN R129 and the presence of this reference has caused problems in interpretation of requirements.
GRSP/2017/33 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 Proposal to allow for the use of electronic means (QR code, smartphone software application, etc.) in furnishing the consumer with the list of vehicle applications of a CRS.
GRSP/2017/37 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 Proposal on behalf of the Technical Services Group (TSG) on UN Regulation No. 129 to clarify that the opening force applied to the ISOFIX attachments of a complete seat or of a seat component under the test protocol is 50 ± 1 N.
GRSP/2017/38 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 Pursuant to the approval of GRSP/2017/13 as amended in document GRSP-61-14-Rev.1 at the 61st GRSP session, this proposal clarifies the test protocol for positioning and securing the child restraint system on the vehicle.
GRSP/2017/39 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 In line with amendments presented in document GRSP/2017/13 and adopted by GRSP to clarify the seat belt installation procedure for testing integral child restraint systems (in order to ensure proper evaluation of potential injury risks), this proposal recommends corresponding amendments to address non-integral child restraint systems (e.g., booster seats).
GRSP-62-17 | UN R44: Proposal for supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments Proposal to modify the dates for phasing out Group 2 and Group 2/3 child restraint systems as proposed in document GRSP/2017/20. Approvals would cease to be granted for new type approvals from September 2021 and extensions to approvals would no longer be granted from September 2024.
GRSP-62-18 | UNR 44: CLEPA response to ANEC proposal for Booster phase out
GRSP-62-27 | UN R44: Proposal for supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments The proposal clarifies the test procedure in the amended paragraph 6.1.8 in document GRSP/2017/38 by adding one dimension (175 mm) . This dimension is in line with the dimensions of the fixture from Regulation 16 to check the vehicle safety belt length (Annex 17-Appendix 1, Figure 1) and also in line with document GRSP-61-14/Rev.1 that was adopted at the 61st session.
GRSP-62-29 | UN R44: Proposal for supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments Proposal to cease new approvals of non-integral group 2 and group 2/3 child restraint systems under UN Regulation No. 44 as of [1 September 2019]. This proposal supersedes the previous document GRSP/2017/20.
GRSP-62-33/Rev.1 | Proposal for Supplement 14 to the 04 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 44 Updated and amended proposal based on formal document GRSP/2017/39. This proposal requires the checking of non-integral child restraints (e.g., booster seats) for risk of injuries caused by narrow contact with buckle and safety-belt.
GRSP-62-39 | UN R44: Illustration of proposal in document GRSP/2017/39
13. Regulation No. 94 (Frontal collision)
14. Regulation No. 95 (Lateral collision)
GRSP/2017/40 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 03 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 95 Proposal to clarify the conditions where a door is deemed to be open under UN R95. Technical Services have interpreted the definition of “open” under paragraph 5.3.1. differently, resulting in divergent outcomes. The proposed definitions are taken from UN Regulation No. 135 Revision 1.
15. Regulation No. 100 (Electric power trained vehicles)
GRSP/2016/7 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 100 Proposal to transfer provisions for electrical safety of trolleybuses from UN Regulation No. 107 (M2 and M3 vehicles) to UN Regulation No. 100 (Electric Power Trained Vehicles). This proposal seeks to clarify the scope of the two Regulations with regard to the electrical safety of trolleybuses.
GRSP-62-31 | UN R100: Draft Supplement 4 to the 02 series of amendments and Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments Proposal to amend the transitional provisions in order to explicitly confirm that approvals granted prior to the respective supplements to the 01 and 02 series of amendments and the establishment of the new guidelines on UN Regulation procedures (documents WP.29/2017/107 including Corrigendum 1 and Addendum 1) will continue to be accepted. This amendment thus confirms the understanding that the new procedures apply only to new approvals and do not affect previous approvals.
16. Regulation No. 127 (Pedestrian safety)
17. Regulation No. 129 (Enhanced Child Restraint Systems)
GRSP/2017/29 | Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal to specify the proper use and behavior of an adult safety-belt used to install a non-integral Enhanced CRS during dynamic tests. These instructions are present in UN R44, but not in UN R129. Therefore, this proposal would align the two regulations.
GRSP/2017/30 | Proposal for Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal to allow for the use of electronic means (QR code, smartphone software application, etc.) in furnishing the consumer with the list of vehicle applications of a CRS.
GRSP/2017/31 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal to allow for the use of electronic means (QR code, smartphone software application, etc.) in furnishing the consumer with the list of vehicle applications of a CRS.
GRSP/2017/32 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal to allow for the use of electronic means (QR code, smartphone software application, etc.) in furnishing the consumer with the list of vehicle applications of a CRS.
GRSP/2017/34 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal on behalf of the Technical Services Group (TSG) on UN Regulation No. 129 to delete the requirement for chest deflection and abdominal pressure data under the dynamic tests. These criteria were not required in this (original or 00 series) version of UN R129.
GRSP/2017/35 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal on behalf of the Technical Services Group (TSG) on UN Regulation No. 129 to clarify that the opening force applied to the ISOFIX attachments of a complete seat or of a seat component under the test protocol is 50 ± 1 N.
GRSP/2017/36 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 Proposal on behalf of the Technical Services Group (TSG) on UN Regulation No. 129 to clarify that the opening force applied to the ISOFIX attachments of a complete seat or of a seat component under the test protocol is 50 ± 1 N.
GRSP/2017/41 | Proposal for the 03 series of amendments (Phase 3) to UN Regulation No. 129 Formal proposal for the “Phase 3” amendments (universal belted and specific-to-vehicle belted CRS) prepared by the CRS informal group.
GRSP/2017/42 | Proposal for Supplement 3 to the 02 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 CRS informal group proposal to correct wording and chapter references, clarify test procedures, and introduce new definitions.
GRSP/2017/43 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 129 CRS informal group proposal to correct wording and chapter references, clarify test procedures, and introduce new definitions.
GRSP/2017/44 | Proposal for Supplement 7 to UN Regulation No. 129 CRS informal group proposal to correct wording and chapter references, clarify test procedures, and introduce new definitions.
GRSP-62-20 | UN R129: Proposal for Supplement 1 to the 03 series of amendments Changes agreed by the CRS informal group for the “Phase 3” amendments (universal belted and specific-to-vehicle belted CRS) (amending document GRSP/2017/41) addressing definitions and provisions for lower tether strap and lower tether anchorages.
GRSP-62-21 | UN R129: Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 02 series of amendments Changes agreed to by the CRS informal group to the proposal to correct wording and chapter references, clarify test procedures, and introduce new definitions (document GRSP/2017/42).
GRSP-62-22 | UN R129: Proposal for Supplement 5 to the 01 series of amendments Changes agreed within the CRS informal group to the proposal to correct wording and chapter references, clarify test procedures, and introduce new definitions (document GRSP/2017/43).
GRSP-62-23 | UN R129: Proposal for Corrigendum 1 to Supplement 1 Proposal to correct the omission of the exemption of non-integral ECRS with a stature range starting at 100 cm or above from the testing of toxicity in Supplement 1 to R129 (document WP.29/2016/106, paragraph 6.3.1.1.). This correction should also be applied to the later documents:<ul><li>GRSP /2017/44 Proposal for Supplement 7 to R129,</li><li>GRSP /2017/43 Proposal for Supplement 4 to 01 series of amendments to R129,</li><li>GRSP /2017/42 Proposal for Supplement 3 to 02 series of amendments to R129, and</li><li>GRSP /2017/41 Proposal for 03 series of amendments to R129. </li></ul>
GRSP-62-28 | UN R129: Presentation of the Phase 3 development (03 series of amendments) Presentation on the development of UN R129 and particularly of provisions for Integral, belted Universal or Specific enhanced child restraint systems.
GRSP-62-30 | UN R129: Proposal for the 03 series of amendments Amended version of document GRSP/2017/41 for the “Phase 3” amendments (universal belted and specific-to-vehicle belted CRS) prepared by the CRS informal group.
18. Regulation No. 134 (Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Vehicles (HFCV))
19. Regulation No. 135 (Pole Side Impact (PSI))
20. Regulation No. 136 (Electric Vehicles of category L (EV-L))
21. Regulation No. 137 (Frontal impact with focus on restraint systems)
GRSP-62-05 | UN R137: Proposal for Supplement 1 to the original series and for Supplement 1 to the 01 series of amendments Proposal to delete measurement of the femur bending moments because such measurements are unnecessary under the full width rigid impact test.
22. Collective amendments to Regulations Nos. 16, 44, 94, 129 and 137
GRSP/2017/27 | Collective amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 16, 44, 94, 129 and 137 Proposal to harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety.
GRSP-62-14 | Proposal for collective amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 16, 94, and 137 As a counterproposal to document GRSP/2017/27 submitted by the EC, OICA suggests to group all the airbag warning requirements in one single UN Regulation (i.e. UN R16); this would avoid future administrative burden when these may need adaptation. Another solution could be to simply refer, in UN R94 and UN R137, to the label defined in UN R16; OICA suggests that GRSP discusses the most suitable approach. In addition, OICA agrees with the EC proposal to better define the required label, in order to avoid potential misinterpretations. However, when it comes to the printing of the user information in a multitude of languages, OICA considers this is an unnecessary burden, with no benefit to the user. User manuals are placed in the vehicles at the point of sale and therefore in the local language(s); in the not so frequent cases whereby a vehicle, during its lifetime, ends up in a different country/language, the user will always be able to obtain the manual in his own language, if he so asks. OICA consequently proposes not to amend the current requirements on the issue of languages.
23. Draft new Regulation on ISOFIX anchorages systems, ISOFIX top tether anchorages and i-Size seating positions
GRSP-58-13 | Draft proposal for a 08 series of amendments to Regulation No. 14 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.
24. Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Vehicles of category L
GRSP/2017/19 | New UN Regulation on hydrogen-fuelled vehicles
GRSP-62-01 | Draft New Regulation (UNR) on Hydrogen‐Fuelled Vehicles of Categories L1, L2, L3, L4 and L5 Presentation of changes to the original draft proposal (document GRSP-61-03) for a new regulation on the safety of hydrogen fuel-cell motorcycles and similar vehicles and explanation for the modifications. The changes have been incorporated into the revised proposal GRSP-62-02.
GRSP-62-02 | Draft New Regulation (UNR) on Hydrogen-Fuelled Vehiclesof Categories L1, L2, L3, L4 and L5
25. Election of officers
26. (a) Other business: Exchange of information on national and international requirements on passive safety
GRSP-62-38 | Korea Motor Vehicle Safety Standards: Seat belt reminder and FlexPLI On 14 November 2017, Korea introduced rear seat-belt reminder requirements into the KMVSS aligned with the 07 series of amendments to UN R16. The requirements become mandatory from 1 September 2019. At the same time, Korea also adopted the FlexPLI test tool for pedestrian protection testing aligned with the draft Amendment 2 to GTR No. 9. Compliance testing with the FlexPLI will start from 1 January 2018 (given that the FlexPLI has been in use under Korea NCAP since 2015).
26. (b) Other business: Definitions and acronyms in Regulations under GRSP responsibilities
26. (c) Other business: Development of the International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
26. (d) Other business: Highlights of the June and November 2017 sessions of WP.29
26. (e) Other business: Three-dimensional H-point machine
GRSP-62-24 | Status Report of the IWG of the Three-Dimensional H-Point Machine (3D-HPM) Update on the work to harmonize the specifications of the 3D H-Point Marchine as used in UN Regulations and UN Global Technical Regulations.
26. (f) Other business: Intelligent transport systems
26. (g) UN Regulation No. 80 (Seat Strength of Coaches and Buses)
GRSP-62-12 | UN R80: Proposal for the 04 series of amendments Research has shown that dynamic testing under Appendix 1 is more demanding than the static testing under Appendix 5. As a result, approvals based upon static testing are not equivalent to approvals based on dynamic testing. This proposal, therefore, would delete Appendix 5. In addition, this proposal amends Appendix 1 by reducing the forward movement of the head of the manikin to 1.2 m in alignment with UN Regulation No. 14. Further, the proposal would limit the movement of the seat anchorages to 100 mm to ensure a minimum residual space for the passenger between the seats. Lastly, to ensure that seat fixations are reliably fastened after relocation, the proposal would require the necessary information to be marked directly on the seat and provided in the owner’s manual.
GRSP-62-35 | UN R80: Comparative study of static and dynamic test procedures Presentation in support of the proposal to delete the static test procedure for seat strength (document GRSP-62-12) from UN R80.
GRSP-62-35/Add.1 | UN R80: Comparative study of static and dynamic test procedures-Dynamic test video Video clip use in study presentation.
GRSP-62-35/Add.2 | UN R80: Comparative study of static and dynamic test procedures-Static test video Video clip use in study presentation.
GRSP-62-36 | UN R80: Systems comparison of static and dynamic test procedures Presentation in support of the proposal to delete the static test procedure for seat strength (document GRSP-62-12) from UN R80.
26. (h) UN Regulation No. 11 (Door latches and hinges)
GRSP-62-32 | UN R11: Draft Supplement 2 to the 04 series of amendments Proposal to amend the transitional provisions in order to explicitly confirm that approvals granted under the preceding series of amendments and the establishment of the new guidelines on UN Regulation procedures (documents WP.29/2017/107 including Corrigendum 1 and Addendum 1) will continue to be accepted. This amendment thus confirms the understanding that the new procedures apply only to new approvals and do not affect previous approvals.