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  • Bicycles and Riding Equipment

    The relevant standards for bicycles and riding equipment are outlined in this section. The mandatory standards for bicycles and helmets are Trade Practices Act 1974 - Consumer Protection Notice No. 6 of 2004 - Consumer Product Safety Standard: Pedal Bicycles: Safety Requirements and Trade Practices (Consumer Product Safety Standard) (Bicycle Helmets) Regulations 2001

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    Bicycles     AS/NZS 1927:2010 Pedal bicycles - Safety requirements 
    AS 3562-1990 Lighting equipment for bicycles 
    AS 2142-1978 Reflectors for pedal bicycles 
    Helmets     AS/NZS 2063:2008 Bicycle helmets 
    AS/NZS 3838:2006 Helmets for horse riding and horse-related activities 
    AS/NZS 2512 SeriesMethods of testing protective helmets Series 
    Child Carrier Seats for Bicycles AS 4287-2016 Child use and care articles - Child seats for cycles - Safety requirements and test methods (EN 14344:2004, MOD) 
    Scooters       EN 14619:2015 Roller Sports Equipment - Kick Scooters - Safety Requirements and Test Methods 
    ASTM F2641-08 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Recreational Powered Scooters and Pocket Bikes 
    ASTM F2264-14 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Non-Powered Scooters 
    ASTM F2642-08 (2015)Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Safety Instructions and Labelling for Recreational Powered Scooters and Pocket Bikes 


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  • Children's Products Guide

    Includes information on standards, certification schemes and other industry specific information that may be of interest to manufacturers, importers, suppliers and users of children's products. Products used by children and marketed to children can cause considerable risks. The publications outlined in the guide provide information that can be used to assess risks as well as safe practises for products primarily designed for children aged 0-14 years.

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