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AS/NZS 3000:2007 (Paperback / PDF)

Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules) (FOREIGN STANDARD)

The presentation of this edition differs from previous editions of AS/NZS 3000 in that the Standard comprises two parts but with both parts bound as one document. Part 1 provides uniform essential elements that constitute the minimum regulatory requirements for a safe electrical installation. It also provides an alternative regulatory vehicle for Australian and New Zealand regulators seeking to move from the present prescription of AS/NZS 3000 in electrical installation safety and licensing legislation. Part 2 provides installation practices that achieve certainty of compliance with the essential safety requirements of Part 1. It is primarily a revision of the 2000 edition to provide work methods and installation practices that are 'deemed to comply' with the associated performance outcomes/safety conditions.


AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009

Risk management - Principles and guidelines (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Provides a generic guide for managing risk. It may be applied to a wide range of activities or operations of any public, private or community enterprise, or group.


AS 1180.5-1999

Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials - Hydrostatic pressure (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Specifies methods for the hydrostatic testing of rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies, including methods for the determination of dimensional stability. This Standard is based on and has been reproduced from ISO 1402:1994. An appendix proposes variations to ISO 1402 for application in Australia.


AS 1915-1992 (R2013)

Electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres Battery operated vehicles FOREIGN STANDARD

Specifies requirements for battery operated vehicles truck and tractors which incorporate a storage battery of the lead acid type as the source of power which may be all electric or electrohydraulic in operation and which may be used where flammable gases or vapours may be present RECONFIRMATION NOTICE Technical Committee EL 014 has reviewed the content of this publication and in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation it has been determined that the publication is still valid and does not require change Certain documents referenced in the publication may have been amended since the original date of publication Users are advised to ensure that they are using the latest versions of such documents as appropriate unless advised otherwise in this Reconfirmation Notice Approved for reconfirmation in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation on 8 April 2013 The following are represented on Technical Committee EL 014 Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Australian Industry Group Australian Institute of Petroleum Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association Australian Pipeline Industry Association Aviation and Marine Engineers Association Bureau of Steel Manufacturers of Australia Department of Natural Resources and Mines QLD Department of Trade and Investment Regional Infrastructure and Services NSW Electrical Compliance Testing Association Electrical Contractors Association of New Zealand Engineers Australia Institute of Electrical Inspectors Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment New Zealand New Zealand Employers and Manufacturers Association Central WorkCover New South Wales RECONFIRMATION NOTICE Technical Committee EL 014 has reviewed the content of this publication and in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation it has been determined that the publication is still valid and does not require change Certain documents referenced in the publication may have been amended since the original date of publication Users are advised to ensure that they are using the latest versions of such documents as appropriate unless advised otherwise in this Reconfirmation Notice Approved for reconfirmation in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation on 8 April 2013 The following are represented on Technical Committee EL 014 Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Australian Industry Group Australian Institute of Petroleum Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association Australian Pipeline Industry Association Aviation and Marine Engineers Association Bureau of Steel Manufacturers of Australia Department of Natural Resources and Mines QLD Department of Trade and Investment Regional Infrastructure and Services NSW Electrical Compliance Testing Association Electrical Contractors Association of New Zealand Engineers Australia Institute of Electrical Inspectors Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment New Zealand New Zealand Employers and Manufacturers Association Central WorkCover New South Wales RECONFIRMATION NOTICE Technical Committee EL 014 has reviewed the content of this publication and in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation it has been determined that the publication is still valid and does not require change Certain documents referenced in the publication may have been amended since the original date of publication Users are advised to ensure that they are using the latest versions of such documents as appropriate unless advised otherwise in this Reconfirmation Notice Approved for reconfirmation in accordance with Standards Australia procedures for reconfirmation on 8 April 2013 The following are represented on Technical Committee EL 014 Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Australian Industry Group Australian Institu


AS 2359.12-1996

Powered industrial trucks - Hazardous areas (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Specifies requirements that can be applied to a vehicle, enabling it to operate safely in areas that may be hazardous because of an explosive gas atmosphere or combustible dusts.


AS/NZS 1067.1:2016

Eye and face protection - Sunglasses and fashion spectacles - Requirements (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Specifies minimum requirements for sunglasses, fashion spectacles and replacement filters that are nominally afocal (plano power)ùexcluding prescription filtersùproviding protection against solar radiation for general use including road use and driving.


AS/NZS 1801:1997

Occupational protective helmets (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Sets out the requirements for three types of protective helmets reflecting their intended use. It deals with construction of the helmet shell and helmet finish and includes methods of tests. Specific additional performance requirements are given for occupational protective helmets used in high temperature workplaces and for bushfire fighters' helmets based on industrial helmets.


AS/NZS 4024.3610:2015

Safety of machinery - Conveyors - General requirements (FOREIGN STANDARD)

This Standard sets out the minimum lifecycle safety requirements for conveyor systems. This Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with other conveyor Standards in the AS 4024 series (i.e. AS/NZS 4024.3611, AS/NZS 4024.3612 and AS/NZS 4024.3614) by all persons that design/modify, manufacture, supply, install, commission, operate, maintain or dismantle conveyor systems.


AS/NZS 4024.3612:2015

Safety of machinery - Conveyors - Chain conveyors and unit handling conveyors (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Sets out recommended minimum lifecycle safety requirements for chain conveyors and unit handling conveyors. It also contains requirements for systems comprising multiple conveyors. This Standard is to be read in conjunction with, and is complimentary to AS/NZS 4024.3610.


AS/NZS 60598.1:2017

Luminaires - General requirements and tests (IEC 60598-1, Ed. 8.0 (2014) MOD) (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Adopts IEC 60598-1, Ed. 8.0 (2014), which specifies general requirements for luminaires, incorporating electric light sources, for operation from supply voltages up to 1000 V. The requirements and related tests of this Standard cover: classification, marking, mechanical construction and electrical construction.


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