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TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

Recent Agenda Topics

Environment:

  1. Euro 5/6 emissions;
  2. COemissions reduction;

  3. Particulate Measurement Programme;
  4. Hydrogen-powered vehicles;
  5. Bio-fuels;
  6. Materials reporting / IMDS;
  7. REACH implementation;
  8. ELV Directive;
  9. Noise of replacement silencers;
  10. Mobile Air Conditioners.

Safety:

  1. ESP;
  2. ISOFIX Child seats;
  3. Pyrotechnic articles for vehicles;
  4. Global harmonisation on Braking, Pedestrian Protection, Safety Glazings, Head Restraints
  5. EuroNCAP

Chairperson

Mr Martin Gerstl

BOSCH

CLEPA Permanents

Mr Louis-Sylvain Ayral, Technical Director
Mr Pierre Laurent, Senior Manager Technical Department
Ms Mariola Hauke, Policy Officer Technical Department
Phone: +32 2 743 91 31
Fax: +32 2 732 00 55
E-mail: techsec(at)clepa.be

Subcommissions
  1. A/C Systems
  2. Alarm Systems/Immobilisers
  3. Ban on Heavy Metals / Recycling
  4. Batteries
  5. Braking Systems
  6. Bumpers; Frontal Impact 
  7. Catalytic Converters
  8. Child Restraint Systems
  9. CO2 emissions reduction
  10. Door Locks/Hinges
  11. Electric/Electronic Systems
  12. EMC
  13. Engine Cooling System
  14. Engine Management/ Control of Emissions
  15. EuroNCAP
  16. Event Data Recorder (EDR)
  17. Exhaust Systems/Silencers
  18. Friction Materials and Linings
  19. Frontal Impact
  20. Heating Systems
  21. Hydrogen Fuelled Vehicles
  22. Ignition Equipment and Spark Plugs
  1. Interior Fitting
  2. ITS / eSafety
  3. Lighting and Signalling
  4. LPG/CNG Equipments
  5. LVD (Low Voltage Directive)
  6. Materials Fire Resistance
  7. Mechanical Couplings
  8. Noise
  9. Pyrotechnic Initiators
  10. REACH
  11. Road Speed Limiters
  12. Safety Belts/Airbags
  13. Safety Glazing
  14. Seats and Components
  15. Steering Systems and Components
  16. Suspension Systems
  17. Transport Dangerous Goods
  18. Wheels/Rims
  19. Windscreen - Wipers.

Mission

The TR WG represents CLEPA interests vis a vis the legislative authorities at the European Union (EC, EP and Council) and at the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), with the aim of improving road safety and protection of the environment.

It is also in charge of promoting worldwide harmonisation of technical regulations, in cooperation with Japanese and US components manufacturers. 

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