|R & D||Evaluate the dynamic (crash) performance of the restraint in order to establish if any modifications are required. As AS/NZS 1754 requires a higher performance level in some areas than FMVSS 213 or R44, modifications may be required.|
Full CAD service to provide
engineering drawings for new parts as required.
|Compliance & materials Testing||Supervise compliance testing programs run at RTA Crashlab, Sydney, and arrange all materials testing (flammability, toxicity, labels durability, sharp edges & projections, etc).|
Full development of printed material
including instruction manuals, labels, carton mandatory information, swing
NOTE: All new child restraints on the Australian market are subject to an annual consumer review which is widely published and used by many customers as a buyers guide. This review includes assessment of the ease of understanding of instructions and labels etc.. A high standard of consumer information is required to be competitive in this market.
All child restraints sold in the Australian
market must be manufactured in a factory under a Quality Assurance system
specified by the QA auditing body SAL Global. This is approximately equal
to ISO 9001 but contains some child restraint specific requirements.
We work with SAI to progress manufacturer's QA systems to approval.
We manage the complete project from start
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