BS ISO 29061-4:2017 - Road vehicles. Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems. Securing of child in child restraint system and daily handling aspects

BS ISO 29061-4:2017

Road vehicles. Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems. Securing of child in child restraint system and daily handling aspects

Status : Current   Published : December 2017

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Standard NumberBS ISO 29061-4:2017
TitleRoad vehicles. Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems. Securing of child in child restraint system and daily handling aspects
StatusCurrent
Publication Date21 December 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 29061-3, ISO 29061-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 2575, ISO 29061-5, ISO/TS 20282-2, ISO 13216-2, ISO 13216-3, ISO 13215-2, ISO 13215-3, ISO 9241-11:1998
International RelationshipsISO 29061-4:2017
Draft Superseded By16/30315358 DC
DescriptorsSafety devices, Baby seats (vehicles), Fasteners, Restraint systems (protective), Child-restraining devices, Road vehicles, Passenger restraint systems, Instructions for use, Road vehicle components, Safety anchorages, Performance, Vehicle seating
ICS43.040.80
Title in FrenchVéhicules routiers. Méthodes et critères pour l'évaluation de la facilité d'utilisation des systèmes de retenue enfants et leurs interfaces avec les systèmes d'ancrage dans le véhicule Sécuriser l'enfant dans les systèmes de retenue pour enfant, et aspects de manipulation quotidienne
CommitteeAUE/7
ISBN978 0 580 88489 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages24
File Size874 KB
Price£182.00


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