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AS 8005:2020 pdf free.Accessories for child restraints used in motor vehicles.The key principle behind this Standard is that accessories do not compromise conformance to AS/NZS 1754 and the additional requirements in this Standard of any child restraint on which they are used nor increase the risk of injury for the child. Testing is provided to ensure that the level of protection offered by the child restraint is not reduced by the addition of an accessory.
Other general principles are:
(a) Accessories allow for rapid release for a child in the case of emergency, and cannot add more than a single pull action for emergency release in addition to the quick-release mechanism in the child restraint.
(b) Accessories that could make contact with the child during a crash be designed so that they do not pose a risk of injury to the child.
(c) The design of accessories take into consideration the potential for incorrect use and minimize the opportunities for incorrect use. Where this is not possible by design, appropriate warnings are needed to advise the user how to use the device correctly.
(d) Accessories conform to appropriate flammability, toxicity and small parts requirements for safe use by young children.
(e) Packaging and instructions nominate the restraints for which the accessories are suitable, either by type, designation or by specific models of restraints to avoid potential misuse.
This Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction and performance of, and test methods for, accessories and add-on devices to be used with child restraints, and accessories that are to be used to improve the comfort or fit of seatbelts when used with child restraints.
Accessories covered in this Standard include the following:
(a) Accessories designed to substitute for existing components of a child restraint (e.g. covers).
(b) Accessories designed to enhance a child’s comfort.
(c) Accessories designed to provide entertainment.
(d) Storage accessories.
(e) Accessories for restraint fitment to some vehicles, or in some circumstances, to limit the propensity for a child to be able to unbuckle themselves from a restraint inappropriately.
(f) Accessories designed to alert the driver that a child has been left in the vehicle.
NOTE 1 Accessories covered by this Standard may be suitable for use with child restraints when transporting children with disabilities or medical conditions. Refer to AS/NZS 4370 for specific guidance.AS 8005:2020 pdf free download.

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