It is important from a safety and product design perspective to investigate the loading conditions associated with rear-impact events, as they will directly affect wheelchair tiedown and occupant restraint systems (WTORS) integrity, wheelchair securement point integrity, and ultimately wheelchair occupant response to impact.
What does WTORS stand for?
WTORS stands for Wheelchair Tiedown and Occupant Restraint Systems
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- World Tour Operators Association
- World Tourism Organization Business Council
- Welcome to Our City (TV station; Savannah, GA)
- Wolf Trap Opera Company (Vienna, VA)
- World Trail Orienteering Championship
- Wetenschappelijk en Technisch Onderzoekscentrum voor Diamant
- Welcome to Our Future (UK)
- World Tourism Organisation
- West Texas Oil Reports (est. 1948)
- Write To Operator With Reply
- Wij Trainen Ons Suf (Dutch student cycling association, TU Delft)
- Wyse Thin Operating System (computing)
- Western Tales of Terror (comic strip)
- Who Turned Out the Lights? (code for All-Star Baseball 2000)
- World Trade Organization Unit (Center of Excellence in Management; Kuwait)
- Welcome to Our World (Australia)
- Werkgroep Toegankelijkheid Oud-Zuid (Dutch wheelchair accessibility working group)
- Wainuiomata Trail Project (New Zealand)
- Wait Time Priority
- Warning Track Power (baseball)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As a result, in October 1996, the Society of Automotive engineers issued, Recommended Practice, Wheelchair Tiedown and Occupant Restraint Systems for use in Motor Vehicles (WTORS), which was shortly followed by International Standards Organization (ISO) 10542 Wheelchair Tiedown and Occupant Restraint systems.