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AS 2942-1994 pdf free.Wheelchair Occupant Restraint Assemblies For Motor Vehicles.
AS 2942 specifies requirements for restraint assemblies for commonly available manual and electric wheelchairs and their occupants in motor vehicles.
This Standard does not apply to the restraint of wheelchair occupants who are driving a vehicle.
1.It is a requirement of most Stales and Territories that their vehicle registration authorities approve the installation of a wheelchair occupant restraint assembly.
2. Appendix A gives guidelines for wheelchairs for use in vehicles.
1.3 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions below apply.
1.3.1 Anchor fitting—the terminal part of an occupant restraint strap designed to transfer forces of restraint to the vehicle, or to the structure of the wheelchair restraint assembly.
1.3.2 Anchor point—the point where the centre-line of an occupant restraint strap passes into the anchor fitting or changes direction. For anchor fittings which are designed to pivot or are secured by a single bolt, the anchor point is the intersect ion of the axis of rotation, or the centre-line of the bolt, with the surface of the supporting structure. (See also Clause 1.3.20.)
1.3.3 Anchorage—that part of a vehicle designed to transfer loads from a wheelchair occupant restraint assembly to vehicle structure.
1.3.4 Attachment—the engagement of restraint components without the use of tools, to secure the wheelchair and its occupant as would occur when preparing for a journey.
1.3.5 Child safety seat—a restraint device for children comprising a structural shell providing lateral restraint and head restraint, a restraint harness, and which complies with AS 1754.
1.3.6 Compatible wheelchair—a wheelchair suitable for use with a given restraint assembly as specified by the restraint manufacturer. In the case of wheelchair occupant restraint assemblies of Types A and B (see Clause I .4), the term compatible wheelchair is taken to include sizes within the range shown in Figure 2.1.
1.3.7 Detachment—the release of restraint components to remove the wheelchair, without the use of tools, and its occupant from the vehicle as would occur at the conclusion of a journey.
1.3.8 Forward-facing——facing the front of the vehicle, with the seating reference plane within
10 degrees either side of the longitudinal axis of the vehicle.
1.3.9 Frontal impact—an impact at the front of a vehicle in the direction of the longitudinal axis of the vehicle.
1.3.10 Harness (or harness helt)—a seat belt assembly consisting of at least one strap designed to provide pelvic restraint, and two or more torso straps. (See Figure 1 .1.).AS 2942 pdf download.

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