Consumer Safety (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006

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Consumer Safety (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006

Revised Edition

05.100.40

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Consumer Safety (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006

Arrangement

Article

1            Interpretation

2            Prohibition on supplying protective helmets that are not regarded as safe

3            Citation

SCHEDULE

Part 1 – BRITISH STANDARDs

Part 2 – international standard

Supporting Documents

Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Table of Endnote References



Consumer Safety (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006[1]

THE MINISTER FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, in pursuance of Articles 9 and 33 of the Consumer Safety (Jersey) 2006[2] and after consultation with such organisations as appear to the Minister to be representative of interests substantially affected by the proposal and such other persons as the Minister considers appropriate, orders as follows –

Commencement [see endnotes]

1      Interpretation

In this Order –

“motor cycle” and “moped” have the same meanings as in the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956[3];

“protective helmet” means a protective helmet required to be worn by a person driving or riding on a motor cycle or moped.

2      Prohibition on supplying protective helmets that are not regarded as safe

A person must not supply protective helmets, or the component parts or raw materials for protective helmets, that do not comply with a standard set out in the Schedule.

3      Citation

This Order may be cited as the Consumer Safety (Motor Cycle Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006.[4]



SCHEDULE

(Article 2)

Part 1 – BRITISH STANDARDs

A protective helmet complies with a standard if it –

(a)     conforms with one of the British Standards specified in this Part, subject to any amendments to the Standard that had effect at the time of manufacture of the helmet; and

(b)     is marked with the number of the British Standard with which it conforms and the certification mark of the British Standards Institution (whether or not they are required to be so marked by the British Standard in point).

British Standard 5361:1976

British Standard 2495:1977

British Standard 5361:1976 as amended by the following Amendment Slips –



Number



Date of Publication



1



30th September 1977.



2



31st August 1978.



3



31st August 1979.



4



29th February 1980.



British Standard 2495:1977 as amended by the following Amendment Slips –



Number



Date of Publication



1



30th September 1977.



2



31st August 1978.



3



31st August 1979.



4



29th February 1980.



British Standard 5361:1976 as amended by the following Amendment Slips –



Number



Date of Publication



1



30th September 1977.



2



31st August 1978.



3



31st August 1979.



4



29th February 1980.



5



27th February 1981.



British Standard 2495:1977 as amended by the following Amendment Slips –



Number



Date of Publication



1



30th September 1977.



2



31st August 1978.



3



31st August 1979.



4



29th February 1980.



5



27th February 1981.



British Standard 6658:85 as amended by the following Amendment Slip –



Number



Date of Publication



1



28th February 1986.



Part 2 – international standard

A protective helmet complies with a standard if it complies with ECE Regulation 22.05 including the approval, marking and conformity of production requirements of that Regulation.

In this Part –

(a)     “ECE Regulation 22” means Regulation No. 22 set out in Addendum 21 to the UN ECE Agreement;

(b)     “ECE Regulation 22.05” means ECE Regulation 22 as amended by the 05 series of amendments and all previous amendments in force on 30th June 2000;

(c)     “the UN ECE Agreement” means the Agreement of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe concluded at Geneva on 20th March 1958 as amended concerning the adoption of uniform technical prescriptions for wheeled vehicles, equipment and parts which can be fitted to and/or used on wheeled vehicles and the conditions for the reciprocal recognition of approvals granted on the basis of these prescriptions, to which the United Kingdom is a party by virtue of an instrument of accession dated 14th January 1963 deposited with the Secretary General of the United Nations on 15th January 1963.



Endnotes

Table of Legislation History



Legislation



Year and No



Commencement



Consumer Safety (Protective Helmets) (Jersey) Order 2006



R&O.116/2006



1 November 2006



Consumer Safety (Protective Helmets) (Amendment) (Jersey) Order 2014



R&O.128/2014



1 September 2014



Table of Renumbered Provisions



Original



Current



None



 



Table of Endnote References



[1] Order



re-named by R&O.128/2014



[2]



chapter 05.100



[3]



chapter 25.550



[4] Article 3



amended by R&O.128/2014
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