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However, as there are no turnstiles at the other doors, “tailgating” (entering and exiting behind a magnetic grounds pass holder) will no doubt occur. However, it should be clear to everyone that “tailgating” is against internal security rules. WHAT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF HOLDERS OF UNITED NATIONS MAGNETIC GROUNDS PASSES IF “TAILGATING” OCCURS ? (...) Turnstiles or speed gates will be installed at the doors to prevent “tailgating”. The current limitations will be monitored through an increased level of surveillance of the accesses by both security officers and closed-circuit television cameras.
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Score: 1963045.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/Brochure..._Palais_des_Nations_ENG_1_.pdf
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GE.12-20214 Econo
In Japan there was a discussion whether a tailgate of a truck, which is open and not locked, is at "a fixed position" or not. The open tailgate can be easily moved only by one finger and it seems not to be fixed. (...) But from the point of safety, if the tailgate keeps the same position for a long time, it should meet the requirements although it is not literally fixed. 2.
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Score: 1767095.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2012/14&Lang=E
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CHAPTER 9.2
GE.13-22912 Economic Commission for Europe Inland Transport Committee Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Joint Meeting of the RID Committee of Experts and the Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Ninety-fifth session Geneva, 4-8 November 2013 Item 6(a) of the provisional agenda Proposals for amendments to annexes A and B of ADR: construction and approval of vehicles Chapter 9.2: requirements for electrical connections Transmitted by the International Association of the Body and Trailer Building Industry (CLCCR) 1 Summary Executive summary: The purpose of this document is to allow in 9.2.2.6.3 an electrical connection for equipment with high current consumption, for example tailgate lifts and electrical forklifts. Action to be taken: Amend the provisions in 9.2.2.6.3 for electrical connections. (...) However other applications require additional connections for electronically monitored charging systems in order to connect an additional battery pack on the trailer with the generator of the motor vehicle for use with, for example, tailgate lifts and electrical forklifts. 3. The following proposal is to add to the standards currently prescribed in 9.2.2.6.3. (...) Additional battery packs on trailers are typically used with tailgate lifts, electrical forklifts and other technical equipment with high current consumption.
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Score: 1684736 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/WP.15/2013/7&Lang=E
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SECOND REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION CONCERNING DOOR LOCK AND DOOR RETENTION COMPONENTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON PASSIVE SAFETY (GRSP)
Rear side door locks 1.5. Rear glass tailgates 2. Issues unique to side sliding doors 2.1. (...) The United States of America has agreed to review its requirement and better clarify what constitutes a door and what constitutes a window (i.e., hinges attached to a window fully incorporated into a latched tailgate). TRANS/WP.29/2004/28 page 8 The informal group will continue to discuss this item in order to reach a final recommendation. 2. (...) However, a full evaluation of the costs effectiveness associated with a gtr, will be provided once the working group completes its evaluation of the proposed test procedures.
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Score: 1607576.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.29/2004/28&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR ADDITIONAL DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO THE PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 3 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 21, INTERIOR FITTINGS (DOCUMENT TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/R.163) / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
., doors, including any rear hatchback or tailgate, are fully closed and latched but not locked. 6.3.4.2. (...) During testing, any rear hatchback or tailgate may be opened or removed for testing any targets except targets on the rear header, rearmost pillars, or the rearmost other side rails on either side of the vehicle."
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Score: 1564284.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/1997/2&Lang=E
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REDUCING AGGRESSIVENESS BY IMPROVING TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT / VOLKER LINNEWEBER
Occasionally observed effects, like tailgating to demonstrate to the up front driver that he acted hindering before (with the known critical effects like escalation, skirmishes etc.), should appear less. (...) Some models can be found in daily explanations: - Impulse theory approaches assume a specific energy, that builds up in daily life and has to be unloaded once in a while (catharsis), - The frustration-aggression theory assumes that people react aggressively to events which are experienced as frustrating, - Concepts of learning theory emphasize that observed patterns of behaviour are learned and shown due to rewards, - Concepts of social psychology emphasize that aggression happens between persons and therefore social psychologists investigate reciprocal behaviour judgements. (...) Let’s assume that he shows a behaviour, which is concordantly constituted as risky, dangerous, rich in conflicts and aggressive (e.g. tailgating with high speed, inadequately blocking of the overtaking lane, jostling in tight gaps etc.).
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Score: 1558902 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/SEM.1/2004/8&Lang=E
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THE ORIGINS AND CAUSES OF AGGRESSION ON THE ROAD / ANDREW HOWARD
However, this pattern was broken by what was termed “aggressive tailgating” where those that suffered exceeded those who inflicted by ten to one. When this is associated with the fact that tailgating was the most prevalent form of perceived aggression the finding needs exploring.
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Score: 1488910.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/SEM.1/2004/5&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION CONCERNING DOOR LOCKS AND DOOR RETENTION COMPONENTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON PASSIVE SAFETY (GRSP)
Back sliding door requirement 3.2. Rear glass tailgates 4. Dynamic Requirements Issues 4.1. Dynamic inertial test procedure (optional to calculation) 4.2. (...) The United States of America has agreed to review its requirement and better clarify what constitutes a door and what constitutes a window (i.e., hinges attached to a window fully incorporated into a latched tailgate). The informal group will continue to discuss this item in order to reach a final recommendation. 4. (...) However, a full evaluation of the costs effectiveness associated with a gtr, will be provided once the working group completes its evaluation of the proposed test procedures.
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Score: 1424524.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.29/2004/70&Lang=E
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They are in general, a small van with two rows of seats, rear sliding side doors with windows, and a large-tall car boot and tailgate, designed specifically to carry a mixture of passengers and cargo. (...) OSCM/REOI v2021-01 [EN] The vehicle model details in brief are: The vehicle would be a commercial pattern production model-100% battery electric powered multipurpose LAV, with a 50 kWh battery capacity, a power output of over 130 HP, driving range of over 250 KM, has a Single Phase On-Board Charger, standard wheelbase version, with windows all-round, sliding side rear doors, a large lift-up tailgate, standard seating capacity for five persons-Four (4) passengers plus driver and a cargo area of over 1,250 Litres with the 2nd row of seats in the up-right position.
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Score: 1414097.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/eoi20079.pdf
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GE.12-20510 Econo
Justification The tailgate lifts which extend beyond the width of the rear axle shall be approved as a rear underrun protection device (RUPD) under the requirements in Part II of the Regulation.
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Score: 1389369.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2012/5&Lang=E
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