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Taiwan’s Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) has proposed amendments to the legal inspection requirements for child restraint system for vehicles.

BSMI is proposing to adopt the revised CNS 11497 “Children restraint system for vehicles” (2019) as the new testing and inspection standard, to replace the current version published in 2010. Revisions included in the new vision mainly concern labeling, such as information to be labelled in Chinese and included in the user manual, warnings for airbags, etc. The conformity assessment procedure remains unchanged, i.e. Registration of Product Certification (RPC) Scheme.

The proposed date of enforcement of this requirement is on April 1st, 2020.

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