Road restraint systems - Part 5: Product requirements and evaluation of conformity for vehicle restraint systems
This European Standard specifies requirements for evaluation of conformity of the following vehicle restraint systems:
a) safety barriers;
b) crash cushions;
c) terminals (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN);
d) transitions (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN);
e) vehicle / pedestrian parapets (only for the vehicle restraint function).
Pedestrian parapet requirements are not covered in this document.
Requirements for the evaluation of durability with respect to weathering are included in this document.
Requirements for other forms of durability (e.g. marine environment, sand abrasion) are not included.
Temporary barriers are not within the scope of this document.
Rückhaltesysteme an Straßen - Teil 5: Anforderungen an die Produkte, Konformitätsverfahren und -bewertung für Fahrzeugrückhaltesysteme
Diese Europäische Norm legt Anforderungen an die Bewertung der Konformität für die folgenden Fahrzeug-Rückhaltesysteme fest:
c) Anfangs-/Endkonstruktionen (wird wirksam, sobald die ENV 1317 4 eine EN wird);
d) Übergangskonstruktionen (wird wirksam, sobald die ENV 1317 4 eine EN wird);
e) Fahrzeug /Fußgängerbrüstungen (nur für die Funktion zur Fahrzeugrückhaltung).
Anforderungen an Fußgängerbrüstungen sind in diesem Dokument nicht enthalten.
Anforderungen an die Bewertung der Dauerhaftigkeit gegenüber Verwitterung sind in diesem Dokument enthalten.
Anforderungen an andere Formen der Dauerhaftigkeit (z. B. maritime Umgebung, Sandabrieb) werden nicht erfasst.
Temporäre Schutzeinrichtungen fallen nicht in den Anwendungsbereich dieses Dokumentes.
Dispositifs de retenue routiers - Partie 5: Exigences relatives aux produits et évaluation de la conformité pour les dispositifs de retenue pour véhicules
Cette Norme européenne spécifie les exigences relatives à l’évaluation de la conformité des dispositifs de retenue routiers suivants :
a) barrières de sécurité ;
b) atténuateurs de choc ;
c) extrémités (prendra effet lorsque la norme ENV 1317-4 deviendra une norme EN) ;
d) raccordements (prendra effet lorsque la norme ENV 1317-4 deviendra une norme EN) ;
e) barrières ayant la double fonction retenue des véhicules et des piétons (uniquement pour la fonction retenue des véhicules).
Les exigences relatives aux garde-corps ne sont pas couvertes par ce document.
Les exigences relatives à l’évaluation de la durabilité à l’égard des conditions météorologiques sont comprises dans ce document.
Les exigences relatives à d’autres formes de durabilité (par exemple environnement marin, abrasion du sable) ne sont pas comprises.
Les barrières temporaires n’entrent pas dans le champ d’application de ce document.
Oprema cest - 5. del: Zahteve za proizvode in ugotavljanje skladnosti za sisteme za zadrževanje vozil
Ta evropski standard določa zahteve za ugotavljanje skladnosti naslednjih sistemov za zadrževanje vozil:
a) varnostne ovire;
b) blažilniki trkov;
c) priključki (veljati začne, ko bo ENV 1317-4 postal standard EN);
c) prehodi (veljati začne, ko bo ENV 1317-4 postal standard EN);
e) ograje za vozila/pešce (le v zvezi s funkcijo zadrževanja vozil).
Ta dokument ne zajema zahtev za ograje za pešce.
Zahteve za oceno trajnosti v zvezi z izpostavljenostjo vremenskim vplivom so zajete v ta dokument.
Zahteve za druge oblike trajnosti (npr. morsko okolje, obraba s peskom) niso zajete.
Občasne ovire niso zajete v področje uporabe tega dokumenta.
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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Oprema cest - 5. del: Zahteve za proizvode in ugotavljanje skladnosti za sisteme za zadrževanje vozilRückhaltesysteme an Straßen - Teil 5: Anforderungen an die Produkte, Konformitätsverfahren und -bescheinigung für FahrzeugrückhaltesystemeDispositifs de retenue routiers - Partie 5: Exigences relatives aux produits et évaluation de la conformité pour les dispositifs de retenue pour véhiculesRoad restraint systems - Part 5: Product requirements and evaluation of conformity for vehicle restraint systems93.080.30Cestna oprema in pomožne napraveRoad equipment and installations13.200NDWDVWURIAccident and disaster controlICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012en,fr,de01-maj-2012SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012SLOVENSKI
SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM
March 2012 ICS 13.200; 93.080.30 Supersedes EN 1317-5:2007+A1:2008 English Version
Road restraint systems - Part 5: Product requirements and evaluation of conformity for vehicle restraint systems
Dispositifs de retenue routiers - Partie 5: Exigences relatives aux produits et évaluation de la conformité pour les dispositifs de retenue pour véhicules
Rückhaltesysteme an Straßen - Teil 5: Anforderungen an die Produkte, Konformitätsverfahren und -bewertung für Fahrzeugrückhaltesysteme This European Standard was approved by CEN on 28 September 2006 and includes Amendment 1 approved by CEN on 30 May 2008 and Amendment 2 approved by CEN on 23 January 2012.
CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre or to any CEN member.
This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre has the same status as the official versions.
CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.
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B-1000 Brussels © 2012 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CEN national Members. Ref. No. EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012: ESIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 2 Contents Page Foreword . 3Introduction . 41Scope . 52Normative references . 53Terms and definitions . 64Requirements . 64.1Performance under impact . 64.2Height of combined vehicle/ pedestrian parapets . 74.3Durability . 75Technical description of the vehicle restraint system (VRS) . 85.1General . 85.2Product description . 85.3Details of system modifications . 85.4Installation requirements . 86Evaluation of conformity . 96.1General . 96.2Type testing . 96.3Factory Production Control (FPC) . 116.4Prototype products . 137Cases of technical specification non-compliance . 138Installation of road restraint systems . 13Annex A (normative)
Modification of VRS tested in accordance with EN 1317-1, ####EN 1317-2$$$$, EN 1317-3 or ENV 1317-4 . 14Annex B (informative)
Example list of cases of possible modifications to the requirements of Clauses 4, 5 and 6 . 17Annex C (normative)
####Resistance to snow removal$$$$ . 19Annex ZA (informative)
Clauses of this European Standard addressing the provisions of the EU Construction Products Directive . 22Bibliography . 41 SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 3 Foreword This document (EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 226 “Road equipment”, the secretariat of which is held by AFNOR. This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by September 2012 and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by September 2012. This document includes Amendment 1, approved by CEN on 2008-05-30 and Amendment 2, approved by CEN on 2012-01-23. This document supersedes #EN 1317-5:2007+A1:2008$. The start and finish of text introduced or altered by amendment is indicated in the text by tags
!" and # $. This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CEN by the European Commission and the European Free Trade Association, and supports essential requirements of EU Directive(s). For relationship with EU Directive(s), see informative Annex ZA, which is an integral part of this document. This European Standard consists of this document and the following parts under the general title: Road restraint systems. Part 1: Terminology and general criteria for test methods Part 2: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for safety barriers Part 3: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for crash cushions Part 4: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for terminals and transitions of safety barriers Part 6: Pedestrian restraint system According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.
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EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 4 Introduction #This document is a product standard for vehicle restraint systems placed on the market. This document is designed for use in conjunction with Parts 1, 2, 3, ENV 1317 part 4 (to be replaced with
prEN 1317 part 4 and 7). To ensure the full performance of road restraint systems in use, their production and installation is intended to be controlled in accordance with this document.$ SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 5 1 Scope This European Standard specifies requirements for evaluation of conformity of the following vehicle restraint systems: a) safety barriers; b) crash cushions; c) terminals (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN); d) transitions (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN); e) vehicle / pedestrian parapets (only for the vehicle restraint function). Pedestrian parapet requirements are not covered in this document. Requirements for the evaluation of durability with respect to weathering are included in this document. Requirements for other forms of durability (e.g. marine environment, sand abrasion) are not included. Temporary barriers are not within the scope of this document. 2 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. EN 206-1, Concrete – Part 1: Specification, performance, production and conformity !EN 335-1, Durability of wood and wood-based products – Definition of use classes – Part 1: General EN 335-2, Durability of wood and wood-based products – Definition of use classes – Part 2: Application to solid wood" EN 1317-1, Road restraint systems – Part 1: Terminology and general criteria for test methods #EN 1317-2:2010, Road restraint systems – Part 2: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for safety barriers including vehicle parapets$ #EN 1317-3:2010$, Road restraint systems – Part 3: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for crash cushions #ENV 1317-4:2001$, Road restraint systems – Part 4: Performance classes, impact test acceptance criteria and test methods for terminals and transitions of safety barriers prEN 1317-6, Road restraint systems – Pedestrian restraint systems, pedestrian parapet #EN 10346, Continuously hot-dip coated steel flat products – Technical delivery conditions$ EN 13369, Common rules for precast concrete products EN ISO 1461, Hot dip galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and steel articles – Specifications and test methods (ISO 1461:1999) #EN ISO 9001:2008, Quality management systems – Requirements (ISO 9001:2008)$ SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 6 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this European Standard, the following terms and definitions apply. 3.1 testing laboratory competent laboratory, which measures, examines, tests, calibrates or otherwise determines the characteristics or performance of materials or products within the scope of this document. A laboratory accredited by a signatory of EA (European co-operation for accreditation) or the appropriate statutory instrument, within the scope of this document, in the territory where the test was executed may be presumed to be competent 3.2 working life period of time during which the performance of a product will be maintained at a level that enables the product to fulfil the requirements of this document (i.e. the essential characteristics of a product to meet or exceed minimum acceptable values, without incurring major costs for repair or replacement). The working life of a product depends upon its inherent durability and normal maintenance NOTE A clear distinction should be made between the assumed economically reasonable working life for a product, which underlies the assessment of durability in technical specifications, and the actual working life of a product in a works. The latter depends on many factors beyond the control of the producer, such as design, location of use (exposure), installation, use and maintenance. The assumed working life can thus not be interpreted as being a guarantee given by the producer. 3.3 durability ability of a product to maintain its required performance over time, under the influence of foreseeable actions. Subject to normal maintenance, a product should enable properly designed and executed works to fulfil specified requirements for an economically reasonable working life of the product 3.4 manufacturer (synonymous with “producer”) organization with legal responsibility for placing a CE-Mark on a product (see Annex ZA) 4 Requirements 4.1 Performance under impact 4.1.1 Safety barriers Safety barriers shall be tested to and shall conform to the requirements of EN 1317-1 and #EN 1317-2$. 4.1.2 Vehicle parapets Vehicle parapets shall be tested to and shall conform to the requirements of EN 1317-1 and
#EN 1317-2$. 4.1.3 Crash cushions Crash cushions shall be tested to and shall conform to the requirements of EN 1317-1 and EN 1317-3. 4.1.4 Terminals Terminals shall be tested to and shall conform to the requirements of EN 1317-1 and ENV 1317-4 (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN). SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 7 4.1.5 Transitions Transitions shall be tested to and shall conform to the requirements of EN 1317-1 and ENV 1317-4 (will be effective when ENV 1317-4 becomes an EN). 4.1.6 Combined vehicle / pedestrian parapets Vehicle / pedestrian parapets shall be tested to and shall conform to the requirements of EN 1317-1 and
#EN 1317-2$ and prEN 1317-6 (will be effective when prEN 1317-6 becomes an EN). 4.1.7 Threshold levels Vehicle restraint systems shall conform to the minimum threshold levels defined in Table 1. Table 1 – Minimum threshold levels for vehicle restraint systems Safety barriers EN 1317-2 (in accordance with Table 2) N1 Crash cushions EN 1317-3 (in accordance with Table 3) Class 50 Terminals ENV 1317-4 (in accordance with Table 1) P1 Transitions ENV 1317-4 (in accordance with 4.2) N1 Combined vehicle/parapets EN 1317-2 (in accordance with Table 2) and prEN 1317-6 N1
4.2 Height of combined vehicle/ pedestrian parapets The height of combined vehicle / pedestrian parapets shall conform to prEN 1317-6 (will be effective when
prEN 1317-6 becomes an EN). 4.3 Durability All vehicle restraint systems shall be durable for an economically reasonable working life, for which a reviewable experience-based description and / or related measurements of durability shall be adequate. Road restraint systems can have foundation systems, the economically reasonable working life of which relates to the supporting structure, and this needs to be reported separately to that of the road restraint system if supplied by the VRS manufacturer. a) Manufacturer shall declare the materials and protective coatings used on the road restraint system; b) manufacturer shall declare an assessment of durability including the identification of technical characteristics of materials affecting durability, and the methods of evaluation (e.g. coating mass determination, adhesion testing). Issues affecting durability may include the following examples: c) specification of protective coating in accordance with EN ISO 1461 and EN 10326 and/or level of treatment of materials; d) composition and thickness of material in accordance with EN 206-1 for concrete and EN 13369 for precast concrete; SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 8 e) !specification of wood treatment and or/natural durability of wood to be used in use classes specified in EN 335-1 and EN 335-2;" f) recommendations on installation conditions in the works in the case of onerous site conditions; g) specified maintenance requirements (important in harsh environments). NOTE The working life of a road restraint system depends upon its inherent durability and the prevailing environmental conditions. A clear distinction should be made between the (declared) working life for a product, based on the assessment of durability in technical specifications, and the actual working life of a product. The latter depends on many factors beyond the control of the manufacturer, such as installation design, environmental location, handling, use, and maintenance. 5 Technical description of the vehicle restraint system (VRS) 5.1 General The manufacturer shall provide the following information. 5.2 Product description a) general system arrangement drawings with installation layout assembly descriptions and tolerances; b) drawings of all component geometries with dimensions, tolerances, and all material specifications; c) specifications for all materials and all finishes (including protective treatment system); d) assessment of durability of the product; e) drawings of all components sub-assembled in the factory; f) complete parts list, including weights; g) details of pre-stressing (if relevant); h) any other relevant information (e.g. recycling information, environment, security); i) information on regulated substances. 5.3 Details of system modifications Details of system modifications approved since the ITT (Initial Type Testing). 5.4 Installation requirements a) assembly drawings, of the product tested, including tolerances; b) description of the installation works, including equipment; c) procedures for installation (erection, assembly, foundations, etc.) as set out in the installation manual; d) ambient temperature at time of installation (if relevant); e) details of tensioning (if relevant); f) description of the soil conditions and/or foundations suitable for the system; g) provisions for repair, inspection and maintenance; SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 9 h) any other relevant recycling information, details of toxic or dangerous materials present in the works. NOTE Road restraint systems installed on bridges should be classified in accordance with EN 1991-2 regarding their impact loads. 6 Evaluation of conformity 6.1 General The conformity of the road restraint system to the requirements of this document and with the stated values (including classes) shall be demonstrated by: Initial Type Testing (ITT); Factory Production Control (FPC) by the manufacturer, including product assessment. For the purposes of testing, road restraint systems may be grouped into families as defined in
#EN 1317-2$ and EN 1317-3 or ENV 1317-4, where it is considered that the selected property/properties is/are common to all road restraint systems within that family (for example, crash cushions conforming to this document). 6.2 Type testing 6.2.1 Initial Type Testing (ITT) 126.96.36.199 General An initial type test is the complete set of tests conforming to EN 1317-1 and #EN 1317-2$,
EN 1317-3 or ENV 1317-4. To demonstrate conformity with this document an ITT shall be performed on each VRS. Modified products shall be evaluated in accordance with 188.8.131.52. 184.108.40.206 Information required in the ITT As a minimum, the manufacturer shall provide the information for assessment in accordance with 5.2 and 5.3, the full-scale vehicle impact test report and the evaluation report of the tested item. 220.127.116.11 Evaluation report of test item The evaluation report shall comprise the following information: a) verification that materials are as specified by the manufacturer in accordance with 5.2; b) verification that geometries and dimensions are as specified by the manufacturer in accordance with 5.2; c) verification of protective treatments, if any; d) soils and foundations report relating to the ITT; e) verification that the product is installed in accordance with the specified layout in accordance with 5.4. 18.104.22.168 Initial Type Test report The ITT report shall include the following information as a minimum: a) impact test report to EN 1317-1, #EN 1317-2$, EN 1317-3 or ENV 1317-4; SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 10 b) technical description of the road restraint system as in 5.2; c) evaluation report as in 22.214.171.124. 126.96.36.199 Modified products Implications of any modifications to an ITT tested system shall be evaluated and declared in respect of the effect on the performance of the road restraint system: a) manufacturer shall describe the modifications brought to the drawings and specifications of the VRS, which had been subjected to the Initial Type Testing for the evaluation of the performance of the initial product; b) modified product will be tested and assessed in accordance with Annex A. 188.8.131.52 Characteristics All characteristics in 4.1 shall be subject to initial type testing. Release of dangerous substances may be assessed indirectly by controlling the content of the substance concerned. 184.108.40.206 Use of existing impact test reports (historical data) In order to facilitate the use of existing road restraint systems which have been tested in accordance with EN 1317 before the availability of harmonized European Standards and to avoid unnecessary duplication of cost and possible delays, which could result in lower safety for users, existing systems may be accepted as meeting regulatory requirements without new impact tests by the use of historic data under the following conditions: a) road restraint system shall have been assessed by a testing laboratory in accordance with existing or a former version of EN 1317-1, #EN 1317-2$, EN 1317-3 or ENV 1317-4 or a prEN 1317 standard, and the test results and possible additional information show that the road restraint system conforms to the requirements of this document; b) provisions of this clause shall be invoked within 3 years after the end of the co existence period. 220.127.116.11 Shared ITT results An individual manufacturer may use the ITT results obtained by another party, for example carried out by industry or a designer, on a product that he considers to be the same, provided that the following conditions are fulfilled: a) manufacturer is able to demonstrate that the product is identical (e.g. has the same dimensions, the same raw materials and the same components) with the one that has been subjected to ITT; b) party who has performed the test has agreed to give the results and has provided the report of the test to the manufacturer who will use the test result for his own ITT. c) manufacturer, who uses the ITT results obtained by someone else to demonstrate his own declaration of conformity, remains responsible for the product being in compliance with all the requirements of this document, including both the design1 and the manufacture of the product. NOTE This does not mean a “shared ITT”. An ITT concerns the evaluation of a specific product made by a given manufacturer. In the declaration of conformity established by the manufacturer, which is a document with legal status, the product is identified and the name of the manufacturer is given. Therefore, ITT cannot be shared, only results of testing.
1 For specific products (e.g. for design using Eurocodes) special provisions may apply. SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 11 6.2.2 Sampling Initial Type Testing shall be performed on samples representative of the road restraint system to be placed on the market. 6.3 Factory Production Control (FPC) 6.3.1 General The manufacturer shall establish, document and maintain an FPC system to ensure that the products placed on the market conform to the declared performance characteristics. The FPC system shall consist of written procedures (works' manual), regular inspections and tests and/or assessments and the use of the results to control raw and other incoming materials or components, equipment, the production process and the product. Records shall remain legible, readily identifiable and retrievable. #NOTE Manufacturers having an FPC system, which complies with EN ISO 9000 series and which addresses the requirements of this European Standard are recognized as satisfying the FPC requirements of the Council Directive 89/106/EEC.$ The results of inspections, tests or assessments requiring action shall be recorded, as shall any action taken. The action to be taken when control values or criteria are not met shall be recorded and retained for the period specified in the manufacturer’s FPC procedures. The manufacturer may delegate to a management representative the responsibility and authority for: a) effective identification of non-conformities, and implementation of their rectification; b) revision of the Factory Production Control system to correct identified causes of non-conformity, when necessary; c) effective implementation of a traceability method as defined in this document. 6.3.2 Factory Production Control (FPC) requirements The Initial inspection is for the purpose of determining whether the resources, in terms of staff and equipment together with procedures for process control to the proposed Factory Production Control plan, are in place to assure conformity of the product with the technical specifications. The manufacturer shall establish procedures to ensure that the production tolerances allow for the road restraint systems' performances to conform to the declared values, derived from initial type testing. The minimum frequency for component testing and evaluation as part of FPC is once a year. The manufacturer shall record the results. These records shall at least include the following information: a) identification of the road restraint systems tested; b) date of sampling and testing; c) test methods performed; d) test results. SIST EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012
EN 1317-5:2007+A2:2012 (E) 12 6.3.3 Manufacturer-specific FPC system requirements 18.104.22.168 Personnel The responsibility, authority and the relationship between personnel that manages, performs or verifies work affecting product conformity, shall be defined. This applies in particular to personnel who need to initiate actions preventing product non-conformities from occurring, actions in case of non-conformities and to identify and register product conformity problems. Personnel performing work affecting product conformity shall be competent on the basis of appropriate education, training, skills and experience for which records shall be maintained. 22.214.171.124 Equipment All weighing, measuring and testing equipment necessary to achieve, or produce evidence of, conformity shall be calibrated or verified and regularly inspected in accordance with documented procedures, frequencies and criteria. Control of monitoring and measuring devices shall conform to the appropriate clause of EN ISO 9001. All equipment used in the manufacturing process shall be regularly inspected and maintained to ensure use, wear or failure does not cause inconsistency in the manufacturing process. Inspection and maintenance shall be carried out and recorded in accordance with the manufacturer’s written procedures and the records retained for the period defined in the manufacturer's FPC procedures. 126.96.36.199 Raw materials and components The specifications of all incoming raw materials and components shall be documented, as shall the inspection scheme for ensuring their conformity. The verification of conformity of the raw material with the specification shall be in accordance with #EN ISO 9001:2008$, 7.4.3. In the case where supplied components are used, the attestation of conformity level should at least coincide with that of the road restraint system. If this is not the case, the inspection scheme should be raised to obtain that level. The manufacturer shall plan and carry out production under controlled conditions. Compliance with
#EN ISO 9001:2008$, 7.5.1 and 7.5.2 shall be deemed to satisfy the requirements of this clause. 188.8.131.52 Traceability and marking Individual road restraint systems shall be identifiable and traceable with regard to their production origin. The manufacturer shall have procedures ensuring that processes related to affixing traceability codes and/or markings are inspected regularly. Documented traceability records shall be available for at least 5 years from the date of manufacture. Compliance with #EN ISO 9001:2008$, 7.5.3 shall be deemed to satisfy the requirements of this clause. 184.108.40.206 Non-conforming products The manufacturer shall have written procedures, which specify how non-conforming products shall be dealt with. Any such events shall be recorded as they occur and