The extended two day Extrication & New Technology Commission Meeting in Spain
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The CTIF Commission for Extrication & New Technology is currently finishing up their spring meeting in Valencia, Spain.
Many items on the agenda have been discussed, however the cooperation with Euro N-Cap and planning for implementing the CTIF-ISO standard in all of Europe has been the top subjects.
The start of the project was a proposal from France in 2012 to create a standardized layout for Rescue Sheets for passenger vehicles and light commercial transport vehicles.
During the work with Part 1, a proposal was issued by Belgium and CTIF to extend the work also to:
Part 2: Rescue Sheets for Busses, coaches and heavy commercial vehicles.
Part 3: Rescue and training manuals. A more in-depth information för rescuers, f.ex. procedures to shut off the high voltage or gas supplies, procedures for fire fighting etcetera...
Part 4: Driveline identification signs, was later altered to Propulsion Energy.