Riding hat Standards

Equestrian cap standards

If, when testing the standards, the standards were classified according to the requirements for hats, both in terms of the types of tests used (e.g. anvils) and the drop heights used, the standards could be classified from the lowest to the highest requirements as...

.: Helms that are not certified according to a harmonized standard are not subject to the presumption of conformity with the European Directive on riding helmets.

Important changes to the hat rule: What you need to know

The ("BS") EN 1384 was deleted from European legislation in December. "There has been no change in the level of safety provided by (BS) EN 1384. Every major sporting body has declared that the EN1384 norm (BS)EN1384 will be phased out. Britkish-enabled (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 but not thereafter.

In 2016, all caps will be re-labelled, and no caps manufactured exclusively to (BS) EN 1384 will be labelled or approved for use. Updated: August 26 15* The BE hat standards for 2016 are: Equestrian clubs - allowed (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015, but not after.

In 2016, all caps will be re-labelled, and no caps manufactured exclusively to (BS) EN 1384 will be labelled or approved for use. The Pony Club - allows (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 but not after. Updated: 16 March 15* UK Horse Show Jumping - allowed (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 and 2016.

UK Show Jumping - allowed (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 but not after. BS EN 1384 approved but not after 2015. As of 1.1. 2016, caps manufactured exclusively in accordance with (BS) EN 1384 may no longer be used in BHS-approved centres. Under the new rules, only those helmets conforming to the EN 1384 norm (BS) will be affected.

Important changes to the hat rule: What you need to know

The ("BS") EN 1384 was deleted from European legislation in December. "There has been no change in the level of safety provided by (BS) EN 1384. Every major sporting body has declared that the EN1384 norm (BS)EN1384 will be phased out. Britkish-enabled (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 but not thereafter.

In 2016, all caps will be re-labelled, and no caps manufactured exclusively to (BS) EN 1384 will be labelled or approved for use. Updated: August 26 15* The BE hat standards for 2016 are: Equestrian clubs - allowed (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015, but not after.

In 2016, all caps will be re-labelled, and no caps manufactured exclusively to (BS) EN 1384 will be labelled or approved for use. The Pony Club - allows (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 but not after. Updated: 16 March 15* UK Horse Show Jumping - allowed (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 and 2016.

UK Show Jumping - allowed (BS) EN 1384 caps in 2015 but not after. BS EN 1384 approved but not after 2015. As of 1.1. 2016, caps manufactured exclusively in accordance with (BS) EN 1384 may no longer be used in BHS-approved centres. Under the new rules, only those helmets conforming to EN 1384 (BS) will be affected.

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