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AS/NZS 2063: The Australian and New Zealand Certification St

Maximise your safety on the bike, while remaining comfortable so you can fully focus on your performance and enjoy your ride, by choosing the right cycling helmet . All our helmets are certified to a E ... Read More

Ski Helmets Standards

Skiers and other participants in winter sports, such as snowboarding, are at risk of injury if they are involved in accidents. Owing to the nature of winter sports, many accidents will involve collisio ... Read More

World wide Equestrian Helmet Standard

Standards Helmets must meet a defined standard to be certified for use in competition. Procedures vary from one nation to the next. However as a general rule the design standards are created by a stand ... Read More

EN1384 Equestrian Helmet Standard

Safety Standards Explained Riding Hats How Protective Headwear works Modern technology has enabled manufacturers to reproduce hats that are very strong lightweight and extremely comfortable to wear. Th ... Read More


Impact / Shock Absorption Similar to both industrial helmets and bump caps mountaineering helmets are subjected to an impact from a falling mass onto a fixed headform. However to reflect the nature of ... Read More


AS/NZS 1698:2006 This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared by Joint Technical Committee CS-076, Protective Helmets for Vehicle Users. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards ... Read More


CPSC / (CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION) Required by U.S. Law Since March 10th of 1999 all bicycle helmets sold in the United States have been required to pass the CPSC helmet standard. Prior to tha ... Read More


A Common Ski/Snowboard Standard in America Though there are no laws in the United States requiring skiers or snowboarders to wear helmets helmet use has nevertheless become increasingly popular. Many o ... Read More

Australian standard AS/NZS 2063

1. Introduction This paper is part of a stakeholder consultation about the mandatory safety standard for the supply of bicycle helmets in Australia. The ACCC is interested in any information that could ... Read More


Different Anvils for Different Accidents While its impossible to replicate all of the items your head may come into contact with during a real-world crash, standards require that helmets be dropped upo ... Read More


While this standard has been in existence longer than other cycling helmet standards profiled here relatively few helmets meet Snells 1995 B-95 standard. This is generally true for at least two reasons ... Read More

CSA Z263.1 Snow

Canadas Ski/Snowboard Standard At present there are no government-mandated legal standards for snow sport helmets in Canada. Consequently CSA Z263.1 is a voluntary ski and snowboard helmet standard cre ... Read More