Customer Support: 131 242

  • There are no items in your cart
We noticed you’re not on the correct regional site. Switch to our AMERICAS site for the best experience.
Dismiss alert

ISO 13215-3:1999

Withdrawn
Withdrawn

A Withdrawn Standard is one, which is removed from sale, and its unique number can no longer be used. The Standard can be withdrawn and not replaced, or it can be withdrawn and replaced by a Standard with a different number.

View Superseded by
withdrawn

A Withdrawn Standard is one, which is removed from sale, and its unique number can no longer be used. The Standard can be withdrawn and not replaced, or it can be withdrawn and replaced by a Standard with a different number.

Road vehicles — Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems — Part 3: Prediction and assessment of misuse by Misuse Mode and Effect Analysis (MMEA)
Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Withdrawn date

05-10-2022

Language(s)

English, French

Published date

15-04-1999

This part of ISO 13215 specifies a method to predict and quantify misuse of child restraint systems which is called

Misuse Mode and Effect Analysis (MMEA). Such misuse may degrade the performance of child restraint systems.

As a predictive method it should be applied at an early stage, before the child restraint system is put into use by

consumers. The MMEA method is recommended to be used by manufacturers of child restraint systems. However,

in order to further minimize misuse of child restraint systems, this method may also be used for type approval

purposes.

Being predictive implies the possibility of incompleteness and errors. Such errors can be minimized, if the proposed

method is supported by the panel method [1] and by field studies. This part of ISO 13215 represents the best

present consensus, but should be reviewed more frequently than other International Standards and revised in the

light of increasing experience.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
9
PublisherName
International Organization for Standardization
Status
Withdrawn
SupersededBy

Standards Relationship
BS ISO 13215-3:1999 Identical
SS-ISO 13215-3:1999 Identical

16/30315361 DC : 0 BS ISO 29061-5 - ROAD VEHICLES - METHODS AND CRITERIA FOR USABILITY EVALUATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS AND THEIR INTERFACE WITH VEHICLE ANCHORAGE SYSTEMS - PART 5: INSTALLATION AND SECURING OF CHILD IN A BOOSTER SEAT
ISO 29061-3:2017 Road vehicles — Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems — Part 3: Installation of child restraint systems using vehicle seat belts
BS ISO 13216-2:2004 Road vehicles. Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to anchorages for child restraint systems Top tether anchorages and attachments
BS ISO 29061-3:2017 Road vehicles. Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems Installation of child restraint systems using vehicle seat belts
BS ISO 13216-1:1999 Road vehicles. Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to anchorages for child restraint systems Seat bight anchorages and attachments
BS ISO 13216-3:2006 Road vehicles. Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to anchorages for child restraint systems Classification of child restraint dimensions and space in vehicle
CEN Guide 12:2006 Child safety - Guidance for its inclusion in standards
16/30315358 DC : 0 BS ISO 29061-4 - ROAD VEHICLES - METHODS AND CRITERIA FOR USABILITY EVALUATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS AND THEIR INTERFACE WITH VEHICLE ANCHORAGE SYSTEMS - PART 4: SECURING OF CHILD IN CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM AND DAILY HANDLING ASPECTS
16/30315355 DC : 0 BS ISO 29061-3 - ROAD VEHICLES - METHODS AND CRITERIA FOR USABILITY EVALUATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS AND THEIR INTERFACE WITH VEHICLE ANCHORAGE SYSTEMS - PART 3: INSTALLATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS USING VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
BS ISO 29061-5:2017 Road vehicles. Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems Installation and securing of child in a booster system
09/30177741 DC : 0 BS ISO 29061-1 - ROAD VEHICLES - METHODS AND CRITERIA FOR USABILITY EVALUATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS AND THEIR INTERFACE WITH VEHICLE ANCHORAGE SYSTEMS - PART 1: VEHICLES AND CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS EQUIPPED WITH ISOFIX ANCHORAGES AND ATTACHMENTS
BS ISO 13215-2:1999 Road vehicles. Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems Requirements and test procedures for correct installation (panel method)
I.S. CEN GUIDE 12:2006 CHILD SAFETY GUIDANCE FOR ITS INCLUSION IN STANDARDS
CEN/CENELEC GUIDE 14 : 2009 CHILD SAFETY - GUIDANCE FOR ITS INCLUSION IN STANDARDS
ISO 13216-1:1999 Road vehicles — Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to anchorages for child restraint systems — Part 1: Seat bight anchorages and attachments
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 29061-1:2010 Road vehicles. Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems Vehicles and child restraint systems equipped with ISOFIX anchorages and attachments
BS ISO 13215-1:2006 Road vehicles. Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems Forms for field studies
08/30182164 DC : DRAFT MAY 2008 BS ISO 31000 - RISK MANAGEMENT - PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES ON IMPLEMENTATION
17/30340317 DC : 0 BS ISO 13216-3 - ROAD VEHICLES - ANCHORAGES IN VEHICLES AND ATTACHMENTS TO ANCHORAGES FOR CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 3: CLASSIFICATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM AND SPACE IN VEHICLE
ISO 13216-3:2006 Road vehicles Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to anchorages for child restraint systems Part 3: Classification of child restraint dimensions and space in vehicle
ISO 13215-1:2006 Road vehicles — Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems — Part 1: Forms for field studies
ISO 29061-1:2010 Road vehicles — Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems — Part 1: Vehicles and child restraint systems equipped with ISOFIX anchorages and attachments
05/19983071 DC : 0 BS ISO 13216-3 - ROAD VEHICLES - ANCHORAGES IN VEHICLES AND ATTACHMENTS TO ANCHORAGES FOR CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 3: CLASSIFICATION OF CHILD RESTRAINT DIMENSIONS AND SPACE VEHICLE
02/711716 DC : DRAFT OCT 2002 ROAD VEHICLES - ANCHORAGES IN VEHICLES AND ATTACHMENTS TO ANCHORAGES FOR CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - PART 2: TOP TETHER ANCHORAGES AND ATTACHMENTS
ISO 29061-5:2017 Road vehicles — Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems — Part 5: Installation and securing of child in a booster system
ISO 29061-4:2017 Road vehicles — Methods and criteria for usability evaluation of child restraint systems and their interface with vehicle anchorage systems — Part 4: Securing of child in child restraint system and daily handling aspects
ISO 13216-2:2004 Road vehicles Anchorages in vehicles and attachments to anchorages for child restraint systems Part 2: Top tether anchorages and attachments
ISO 13215-2:1999 Road vehicles — Reduction of misuse risk of child restraint systems — Part 2: Requirements and test procedures for correct installation (panel method)

View more information
$118.72
Including GST where applicable

Access your standards online with a subscription

Features

  • Simple online access to standards, technical information and regulations.

  • Critical updates of standards and customisable alerts and notifications.

  • Multi-user online standards collection: secure, flexible and cost effective.

Need help?
Call us on 131 242, then click here to start a Screen Sharing session
so we can help right away! Learn more