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Passive Safety Workshop

A major change to the passive safety standard, EN 12767 will be published shortly. This event will help you to use the new standard and avoid any delay in using passive products.

Date: 25 June 2019

Location: Compton Suite, National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull (at J6 of M42)

Start time: 10.15

Finishing time: 15.30

Tel: 023 9242 3228 

Email: info@rema.org.uk

Later this year, a revised Passive Safety Standard - EN 12767:2019 will be published. Some of the changes in the revision include the way in which existing and new passive products are required to be classified, affecting how they should be specified. Electrical connections are also considered.

In particular, the changes between the old performance class recommendations specified in EN 12767:2007 and those contained within EN 12767:2019 are that rather than just three required parts to the classification, (Speed, energy absorption and occupant safety) there will now be a further four additional classes. (Backfill type, collapse mode, direction of impact and risk of roof indentation). These additions may also affect where and when some existing products should be used.

UK Roads Ltd invites designers, managers and specifiers to a Passive Safety Workshop to learn about the new standard, to know how to specify both existing and new products for particular situations in future. This event is endorsed by The Institute of Highways Engineers and the Chartered Institution of Highway & Transportation. A full day’s CPD credit is available.

Buchanan Computing’s Simon Morgan will be delivering a session on: Using the new standard and UK Annex in practice



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We are supporting and participating in this event, which is run by the organisation below. Please contact the organisers or see their web site for more details.

UK Roads Ltd

www.ukroadsltd.com

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