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Global Homologation Matrix – Child Restraint System
The Child Restraint System is one of the important safety protection system for child occupants, various international organizations or countries have put forward different technical requirements and conformity assessment methods for Child Restraint System.

 
 China UNECE America AustraliaSouth Korea India Brazil
 Certification
ADR certification
CCCEMARK DOT Standards MarkKC CMVR INMETRO
Authority
Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China
Ministry of Transportation of contracting parties of 1958 agreement
Department of Transportation
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
National Institute of Metrology, Standardization and Industrial Quality
Testing Location
China
China / Europe
China / US
Australia
South Korea
India
China / Brazil
Conformity of Production
Initial Audit + Surveillance Audit
Initial Assessment + COP
DOT Registration
Initial Audit + Surveillance Audit
Initial Audit + Surveillance Audit
N/A
Initial Audit + Surveillance Audit
Regulation /
Standard
CNCA-C22-03 
GB 27887
ECE R44
ECE R129
FMVSS 213
AS/NZS 1754 
AS/NZS 1753
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Notice No. 2015-0107 (2015. 6. 4.) - Annex 3
AIS 072
Ordinance no. 466 of  10/16/2014
Main Test Items
*The specific test items may different for different product categories or specifications.


Corrosion 
Energy Absorbing
Overturning
Dynamic Test
Lower torso body block test
Buckle Cycling
Buckle Opening(Loaded)
Buckle Opening(Unload
Buckle Strength
Adjusting Device Cycling
Microslip
Retractor
Strap Strength
Lock-off Device
Ease of Adjustment
Temperature
Resistance To Corrosion Energy Absorbing 
Overturning
Dynamic Test
Restraint Of Booster Cushions
Buckle Opening(loaded)
Buckle Opening(unload)
Buckle Strength
Ease of Adjustment
Microslip Test
Retracting Force
Durability of Retractor Mechanism
Locking of Emergency-locking Retractors
Static Test for Straps
Lock-off Device
Temperature
ISOFIX Attachment
Dynamic Test 
Force Distribution
Tests of Individual Components
Seat Belt Assemblies Testing
Test for Webbing of Belts
Belt Buckles Test
Flammability
Dynamic Test 
Corrosion Resistance
Energy Attenuation of Any Structure Beside The Head
Testing for Booster Seats
Determination of Hazardous Throat Contact in Abnormal Situations
Testing for Complete Child Restraint Fitted with Lower Anchorage Connectors
Tear-away Capability
Rigid Seat Back Height  
Shoulder Strap Slot Height
Spacing of Leg Straps
Height of Attachment of Top Tether Strap to Child Restraint Inadvertent Release Potential for Quick-release Device
Test for Suitability of Seatbelt Length
Actuation Force and Fatigue Effect for Connector Device
Determination of The Force Required to Adjuster
Bite Resistance of Fabric Shoulder Pads
Flammability Test
Toxicity Test
Other Items
Energy Absorption Test 
Overturn Test
Dynamic Impact Test
Tests of Individual Components
Lock And Retractor
Belt Test
Buckle Test
Regulator Test
Heat Resistance Test
Combustibility Tests of Organic Materials
Hazardous Substance Safety
Resistance to Corrosion Energy Absorbing 
Overturning
Dynamic Test
Restraint of Booster Cushions
Buckle Opening(loaded)
Buckle Opening(unload)
Buckle Strength
Ease of Adjustment
Microslip Test
Retracting Force
Durability of Retractor Mechanism
Locking of Emergency-locking Retractors
Static Test for Straps
Lock-off Device
Temperature
Corrosion Test
Dynamic Testing
Temperature Test
Rollover Test
Clasp Opening Under Load Test
Clasp Opening Without Load Test
Clasp Resistance
Easy Adjustment Of The Adjustment Device Test
Micro-slip Test of The Adjustment Device
Traction Force of The Retractor Test
Retractor Mechanism Durability Test
Locking Test of The Emergency Locking Retractors
Test of Corrosion of Retractor
Retractor Dust Resistance Test
Static Test of Straps/Laces
Test of Locking Devices
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China Compulsory Certification (also known as CCC) is the compulsory product certification in China. According to the requirements of CNCA (Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China), all products listed in the compulsory product certification scope which does not obtain a certificate or apply certification marks in accordance with regulations, shall not be imported, shipped from the factory, or enter into Chinese market.

Motor vehicle child restraint system shall be subject to compulsory certification according to the CNCA implementation rule CNCA-C22-03 Motor Vehicle Child Restraint System.

CNCA-C22-03 is suitable for child restraint system installed on motor vehicles with three or more wheels, but not for child restraint system installed on folding seats or side seats.

Standard:
CNCA-C22-03  Motor vehicle child restraint system
GB 27887  Restraining devices for child occupants of power-driven vehicles
GB 8410-2006 Flammability of automotive interior materials

Test Items:
Corrosion, Energy Absorbing, Overturning, Dynamic Test, Lower torso body block test, Buckle Cycling, Buckle Opening(Loaded), Buckle Opening(Unload), Buckle Strength, Adjusting Device Cycling, Micro-slip, Retractor, Strap Strength, Lock-off Device, Ease of Adjustment, Temperature

Procedure:
Documentation and sample preparation, submit application, testing, initial assessment, approval and surveillance

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Focusing on road safety, environmental protection and public health, people may mention three sets of famous regulations when they talk about European Type Approval System: German StVZO, EU Regulations and UN Regulations. StVZO standards apply to Germany, EU Regulations apply to EU/EEA/EFTA member states, while UN Regulations may accepted by EU and more than 50 UNECE member states. 

UN Regulation No. 44 is applicable for child restraint system installed on motor vehicles with three or more wheels, but not for child restraint system installed on folding seats or side seats.

UN Regulation No. 129 applies to the following Enhanced Child Restraint System for child occupants of power driven vehicles:
(a) Integral Universal ISOFIX Enhanced Child Restraint Systems (i-Size);
(b) Integral Specific vehicle ISOFIX Enhanced Child Restraint Systems;
(c) Non-integral Universal Enhanced Child Restraint Systems (i-Size booster seat);
(d) Non-integral specific vehicle Enhanced Child Restraint Systems (specific vehicle booster seat). 

Regulations:
ECE  R44  Uniform provisions concerning the approval of restraining devices for child occupants of power-driven vehicles ("Child Restraint Systems")
ECE R129  Uniform provisions concerning the approval of Enhanced Child Restraint Systems used on board of motor vehicles

Testing Items:
Resistance to Corrosion, Energy Absorbing, Overturning, Dynamic Test, Booster Cushions, Buckle Opening (loaded), Buckle Opening (unload), Buckle Strength, Ease of Adjustment, Micro-slip Test,  
Retracting Force, Durability of Retractor Mechanism,  Locking of Emergency-locking Retractors,  Static Test for Straps, Lock-off Device, 
Temperature, ISOFIX Attachment

Procedure:
Prepare information document, initial assessment, witness test, apply for approval, conformity of production

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The National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the US government agency responsible for implementing the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act and other laws related to motor vehicle safety. Under this authority, NHTSA publishes and enforces the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) for motor vehicles and specific motor vehicle components. The enforcement regulations are listed in Article 49 of the CFR, Sections 500-599.

The Vehicle Safety Act requires that regulated items of motor vehicle equipment manufactured for sale in the United States be certified to comply with all applicable FMVSS. Motor vehicle equipment items that are not subject to the FMVSS do not require certification. However, such items may be found (by either NHTSA or the manufacturer) to have a safety-related defect, and if so, the manufacturer will have an obligation to furnish owners of the equipment with notification of, and a remedy for, the defect, usually at no charge to the consumer.

FMVSS 213 is applicable for child restraint system used in motor vehicles and aviation aircraft to reduce child casualties in motor vehicle or aviation aircraft accidents.

FMVSS 225 establishes safety requirements for child seat fixing points on light passenger cars, passenger cars, and school buses.

Standards:
FMVSS 213 - Child Restraint System
FMVSS 225 - Child restraint anchorage systems

Testing Items:
Dynamic Test, Force Distribution, Tests of Individual Components, Seat Belt Assemblies Testing, Test for Webbing of Belts, Buckles Tests, Flammability

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The mandatory standards in Australia impose specific requirements on the design, structure, safety performance, instructions for use, labels and packaging of car child seat products. According to mandatory standards in Australia, a child seat product is a device that is typically used with adult seat belts to restrain child passengers to reduce their risk of physical injury or death in an accident.

Although Australia does not have compulsory certification requirements for compulsory standards, the single regulatory agency ACCC will conduct product compliance investigations or market surveillance. Suppliers of products may be subject to criminal penalties for failing to meet relevant Australian mandatory standards or for failing to demonstrate that the products have met the relevant standards required by the Authority. If the product does not meet the relevant Australian mandatory standards, a fine of up to $ 220,000 will be imposed for individuals and a maximum of $ 1.1 million for corporate bodies. If the supplier is unable to prove that the product has met the relevant standards required by the regulatory authority, a fine of up to $ 4,400 will be imposed on individuals and a maximum of $ 22,000 will be imposed on corporate bodies. For product safety, Australia's most mainstream certifications are a series of certifications introduced by SAI GLOBAL, including Standard Mark, Code Mark, Water Mark, Gas Safety Mark. For child seats entering Australia, Standard Mark certification is generally required.

Standards:
AS/NZS 1754 Child restraint systems for use in motor vehicles
AS/NZS 1753 Webbing for restraining devices for occupants of motor vehicles
AS 2001  Methods of test for textiles
AS 2282 Methods for testing flexible cellular polyurethane
AS 2331  Methods of test for metallic and related coatings
AS 2700 Colour Standards for general purposes
AS 2755 Textile fabrics-Burning behavior
AS/NZS 2465 Unified hexagon bolts, screws and nuts (UNC and UNF threads)
AS/NZS 3629 Methods of testing child restraints
AS/NZS 4475 Restraint systems for motor vehicles-Performance tests
AS/NZS 8005 Accessories for child restraints for use in motor vehicles
AS/NZS ISO Safety of toys
ISO3795 Road vehicles, and tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry-Determination of burning behavior of interior materials
FMVSS 302 Flammability of interior materials-Passenger cars, multi-purpose passenger vehicles, trucks and buses.

Testing Items:
Dynamic Test, Corrosion Resistance, Energy Attenuation of Any Structure Beside the Head, Testing for Booster Seats, Determination of Hazardous Throat Contact in Abnormal Situations, Testing for Complete Child Restraint Fitted with Lower Anchorage Connectors, Tear-away Capability, Rigid Seat Back Height, Shoulder Strap Slot Height, Spacing of Leg Straps, Height of Attachment of Top Tether Strap to Child Restraint Inadvertent Release Potential For Quick-release Device, Test for Suitability of Seatbelt Length, Actuation Force and Fatigue Effect for Connector Device,  Determination of The Force Required to Adjuster, Bite Resistance of Fabric Shoulder Pads,  Flammability Test,  Toxicity Test

Procedure:
Prepare application documents, make a testing plan, factory audit and prepare the information documents, testing,  certificate application and issuance

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Korean product safety certification is often referred to as KC certification. KC certification is a compulsory certification implemented by the Korean state. The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTIE) supervises and formulates related laws and regulations on product safety. The Korean Technical Standards Agency (KATS) formulates related product safety standard. The management of children's products is governed by the Korean Special Children's Products Safety Management Safety Act.

The basic types of KC certification are divided into: safety certification, safety inspection, supplier compliance statement. The KC certification type of car child safety seats is safety certification, and it must pass KC safety certification before entering the Korean market after printing the KC label. KC safety certification is a compulsory category 5 certification, which needs to be audited by the factory, tested in a designated laboratory, and certified to be audited every two years.

ATIC Thai Test works closely with authorized laboratories and certification agencies in South Korea to provide one-stop service for Korean product safety KC certification. Products include: automotive products such as automobile brake fluid, automobile tires, automobile retread tires, etc .; electrical appliances such as Household appliances, lighting equipment, communication equipment, etc .; daily necessities such as bicycles, disposable dry batteries, etc .; children's products such as strollers, children's toys, child safety seats, etc.

Standard:
Children’s common product safety standards-Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Notice 2017-18 (17.1.31) 
Safety standard for Child restraint systems for automobile-Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Notice No. 2015-0107 (2015. 6. 4.)-Annex 3 

Test Items:
Energy Absorption Test, Overturn Test, Dynamic Impact Test, Tests Of Individual Components,  Lock And Retractor,  Belt Test,  Buckle Test,  Regulator Test,  Heat Resistance Test, Combustibility Tests Of Organic Materials, Hazardous Substance Safety

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CMVR is the abbreviation of Central Motor Vehicles Rules. Its standard committee is called CMVR-TSC (CMVR-Technical Standing Committee) and belongs to the Indian Ship, Road Traffic and Highway Administration. Since 1991, the CMVR regulations stipulate that motor vehicles and their parts and components must be approved for type approval according to the CMVR regulations before entering the Indian market. The test items include safety and emissions. The certification procedure includes factory audit, type certification and consistency of production.

As the designated technical service agency of ARAI, ATIC conducts regular technical exchanges with ARAI and provides manufacturers with one-stop Indian CMVR vehicle and component certification.

Standard:
AIS-072 Approval of Restraining Devices for Child Occupants of Power-Driven Vehicles (“Child Restraint System”) 

Test Items:
Vibration test, Mechanical Shock, Mechanical integrity, Thermal shock and cycling test, Fire resistance, Over- temperature protection, Thermal Propagation Test, External short circuit protection, Overcharge, Over-discharge protection, Over current test


Procedure:
Resistance To Corrosion Energy Absorbing, Overturning, Dynamic Test, Restraint Of Booster Cushions, Buckle Opening(loaded),Buckle Opening(unload),Buckle Strength, Ease Of Adjustment, Microslip Test,
Retracting Force, Durability Of Retractor Mechanism, Locking Of Emergency-locking Retractors, Static Test For Straps, Lock-off Device, Temperature, ISOFIX Attachment

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The National Institute of Metrology, Standardization and Industrial Quality, abbreviated as INMETRO, is a government department directly under the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade of Brazil. INMETRO's product range includes home appliances, medical devices, automotive parts, LED light sources, pressure vessels, etc. With the enactment of more new regulations and implementation rules, more and more products are included in the INMETRO mandatory certification.

Standard:
Ordinance no. 466 - Retention Devices for Children (DRC) 

Test Items:
Corrosion Test, Dynamic Testing, Temperature Test, Rollover Test,  Clasp Opening Under Load Test,  Clasp Opening Without Load Test,
Clasp Resistance,  Easy Adjustment Of The Adjustment Device Test , 
Microslip Test Of The Adjustment Device,  Traction Force Of The Retractor Test,  Retractor Mechanism Durability Test,  Locking Test Of The Emergency Locking Retractors, Test Of Corrosion Of Retractor,  Retractor Dust Resistance Test, Static Test Of Straps/Laces,  Test Of Locking Devices


Procedure:
Certification application, legal agent audit, document review, factory audit, sampling test, certificate issuance, INMETRO registration, supervision audit

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