The list herein is last updated on September 4, 2012 and is culled from the Department of Trade and Industry official website.
Also, the Department of Trade and Indsutry (DTI) has announced that imported protective helmets without the ICC/BPS stickers but passed the standards in the United States and Europe should be honored by the law enforcement agencies implementing the Motorcycle Helmet Act (RA10054).
DTI Usec Zenaida Maglaya said yesterday (Jan. 3, 2013) that enforcers will honor helmets bearing stickers of the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the European Economic Community (EEC) even without the ICC/BPS sticker.
Maglaya said they will instruct enforcers to honor the helmets with DOT and EEC stickers since these are presumed compliant to the safety standards.
Several motorcycle owners who owned an imported helmet without the ICC/BPS stickers lamented why the brand of their helmets are not in the list even if it passed the standards in the U.S. and in Europe while there are cheaper helmets from China that are included in the list.
Maglaya made a clarification yesterday during a media interview.
For more info about the motorcycle helmet, read the following articles in my blogs:
- Updated List of Approved Motorcycle Protective Helmet
- Motorcycle Helmet Processing & Issuance of ICC Sticker @ the “Halad sa Kapamilya“
- DTI: Motorcycle Drivers Can Secure ICC/PS Helmet Stickers
- How a Standard Motorcycle Crash Helmet is Designed?
- Are You Wearing the Right Motorcycle Crash Helmet?