Grsp-48-21 (48th grsp, 7 10 December 2010, agenda item 12) fia foundation/ghvi proposal Objective of the Proposal



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7  Labelling, Warnings and Instructions

7.1  Labelling


7.1.1  Helmet labelling


Every helmet shall have indelibly printed on it or otherwise permanently affixed to it, the following information, clearly and prominently displayed in no less than 8 point font:

(a) the name manufacturer;

(b) website address of the manufacturer or other contact information;

(c) the model name or model number of the product;

(d) the size or size range of the circumference of the helmet, quoted as the circumference (in centimeters) of the head which the helmet is intended to fit; and

(e) the week, year of manufacture of the product



7.1.2 Warnings


Every product shall have indelibly printed on it or otherwise permanently affixed to it the following information statements, clearly and prominently displayed:

(a) Words to the following effect: For adequate protection this helmet must fit closely. Purchasers are advised to secure the helmet and to ensure that it cannot be pulled or rolled off the head.

(b) Words to the following effect: This helmet is made to absorb some of the energy of a blow by partial destruction of its component parts and, even though damage may not be apparent, any helmet which has suffered an impact to the head in an accident or received a similar severe blow or other abuse should be replaced.

(c) Words to the following effect: To maintain the full efficiency of this helmet there must be no alteration to the structure of the helmet or its component parts.

(d) For helmets fitted with a single chin strap, words to the following effect: The chin strap must pass underneath the jaw to maintain tension all the time the helmet is in use. The law requires that the helmet be securely fastened to the head.

(e) Words to the following effect: The protection given by this helmet may be severely reduced by the application of paint, adhesive stickers and transfers, cleaning fluids and other solvents. Use only materials recommended by the helmet manufacturer.



7.1.3 Packaging


The packaging in which the helmet is sold or is to be sold shall have indelibly printed on it or otherwise permanently affixed to it, clearly and prominently displayed, the information required by section 7.1.1.

7.2 Instructions


Every product shall bear or be accompanied by legible written instructions that clearly state the following information, with line drawings or photographs illustrating the sequence of steps where needed:

(a) how the product is to be fitted and adjusted properly;

(b) how the product is to be assembled, if applicable

(c) how the product should be inspected for deficiencies;

(d) how the product is to be maintained, cleaned and dried; and

(e) how the product is to be stored.

(f) If a visor is included with the helmet, information shall be included stating that the visor has not undergone testing to this Standard.


8 Test Report

8.1 The test report shall include at least the following information:


(a) the number and year of publication of this Standard;

(b) the name or trademark of the manufacturer or the body taking responsibility for manufacture;

(c) identification details of the head protector tested including range of sizes offered for sale;

(d) photographs of the front and side of the helmet; a test line should be drawn on the helmet in the photograph.

(e) results of tests in accordance with Clause 6, including information to clearly identify the impact test locations for each helmet tested;

(f) any evidence that shows correspondence with requirements in clause 5 and 6;

(g) date of testing;

(h) name of technician who performed the testing and if applicable, the laboratory manager or supervisor, and;



(i) name of testing laboratory.



Figure 1: Orientation planes





Headform Label

Dimensions (mm)

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

A (495 mm)

23

65

88

59

34.5

26.5

113.5

E (535 mm)

29.5

65

94.5

64

39

33

122

J (575 mm)

36

65

101

66

41

36

130

M (605 mm)

41

65

106

67

41.5

37

136

O (625 mm)

43.5

65

108.5

68

42

38

140

Figure 2: Extent of protection and test lines




Figure 3: Peripheral vision test




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