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Committee: ZZ/3
Origin: BSI
Close date: 04/05/2018
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This PAS sets out the fundamental principles for the provision and maintenance of cyber security in relation to reducing threat and harm to products, services and systems within increasingly connected and collaborative intelligent transport eco-systems.  The concept of a vehicle ecosystem encompasses the vehicles, road-side and remote systems that provide services to the vehicles, their occupants and cargo, as well as the human elements including vehicle owners and/or users, designers, manufacturers and service providers.

This PAS is applicable to the security and functional safety aspects of the entire automotive development and use life cycle, including specification, design, implementation, integration, verification, validation, configuration, production, operation, servicing and decommissioning. A lifecycle approach is required to address the risks arising from the constantly changing threat landscape, so as to protect vehicles and vehicle-related systems once they have been delivered to the market.

This PAS is intended for use by vehicle manufacturers, Tier-1 and Tier-2 supply chain suppliers, authorized service centres, aftermarket suppliers and service providers both to the vehicle and to its occupants and/or cargo. It can also be informative for other stakeholders of the automotive supply chain and the users of automotive vehicles.

Reviewers requiring a pdf. copy of this draft PAS to assist them in undertaking that review, should contact the project manager   

Committee: ZZ/3
Close date: 17/05/2018
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This PAS specifies requirements for a management system for road recovery operators. The requirements contained within it are intended to provide safe working arrangements for road recovery operator technicians and road users. It outlines best practice procedures for:

a) attending vehicle breakdowns and their recovery and/or removal;

b) other aspects of vehicle breakdown, recovery and removal by specifying requirements for:

1) the type, maintenance and safety marking of road recovery vehicles and their equipment (see Clauses 6 and 7 and Annexes A and B);

2) the training, competence and behaviour of road recovery technicians (see Clause 10,  Clause 11, Annex C and the SURVIVE Website);

3) the use of personal safety and protective equipment and clothing (PPE) by road recovery technicians (see Clause 8);

4) the maintenance and organization of road recovery operators’ premises (see Clause 9);

5) the effective implementation and maintenance of standard operating procedures (see Clause 5).

NOTE PAS 43 may apply at locations other than at the roadside which are controlled by other regulations and best practice.

Committee: B/525/1 (Actions (loadings) and basis of design)
Origin: BSI
Close date: 06/07/2018
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This National Annex gives:

a) the UK decisions for the Nationally Determined Parameters described in the following subclauses of BS EN 1991-1-3:2003+A1:2015:

1.1 (2)      — 4.2 (1)   — 5.3.4 (3)

1.1 (3)      — 4.3 (1)   — 5.3.5 (1)

1.1 (4)     — 5.2 (2)    — 5.3.5 (3)

2 (3)        — 5.2 (5)     — 5.3.6 (1)

2 (4)        — 5.2 (6)     — 5.3.6 (3)

3.3 (1)     — 5.2 (7)     — 6.2 (2)

3.3 (3)     — 5.2 (8)      — 6.3 (1)

4.1 (1)     — 5.3.2 (3)    — 6.3 (2)

4.1 (2)     — 5.3.3 (4)    — Annex A (1)

b) the UK decisions on the status of BS EN 1991-1-3:2003+A1:2015 informative annexes;

c) references to non-contradictory complementary information.