ROPS

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AcronymDefinition
ROPSRoll Over Protection System (Volvo)
ROPSRoll over Protection System
ROPSRoll over Protective Structure
ROPSRisc Operations
ROPSRollover Protective Structures
ROPSRovaniemen Palloseura (Finland soccer group)
ROPSRollover Protective System
ROPSRange Operations Squadron
ROPSRandom Oligonucleotide-Primed Synthesis
ROPSRunway Overrun Protection System (avionics)
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Caption: Rollover protective structures (ROPS) and seat belts help keep tractor drivers safe.
To ensure the safety of the driver after the rollover, off-highway vehicles on sale are compulsorily required by the European Union and the United States to be equipped with a rollover protective structure (ROPS) that complies with international standards [2, 3].
Although rollover protective structures (ROPS) are effective in protecting tractor operators from fatal injuries during rollovers (3-5), most tractors in the United States are not equipped with ROPS (4-7).
Number and percentage of tractors with and without rollover protective structures (ROPS), by annual hours of use -- Iowa, 1992-August 1997
Public health focus: effectiveness of rollover protective structures for preventing injuries associated with agricultural tractors.
Some "4-wheeler" models today are even equipped with rollover protective structures and doors.
A guide to tractor roll bars and other rollover protective structures.
The tractor was not equipped with a rollover protective structure (ROPS).
This report summarizes information regarding the efficacy, effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness of rollover protective structures (ROPS) on agricultural tractors.