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SAI, Standards Australia, is a nonprofit organization that develops and publishes standards covering a wide range of fields. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, SAI is Australia's national standards organization and its representative in the Pacific Area PASC and the international ISO and IEC. Made up of 72 members, each representing separate groups, SAI has recently shifted its focus exclusively to developing standards. Standards from SAI are available both individually, directly through the ANSI webstore, and as part of a Standards Subscription. If you or your organization are interested in easy, managed, online access to standards that can be shared, a Standards Subscription may be what you need - please contact us at: or 1-212-642-4980 or Request Proposal Price.

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AS 3868-1991

Earth-moving machinery - Design guide for access systems (FOREIGN STANDARD)

This Standard recommends criteria for the design of component parts of access systems on earth-moving machinery having engine power in excess of 15 kW.

AS/NZS 4442:2018

Office desks, office workstations and tables intended to be used as office desks - Mechanical, dimensional and general requirements and test methods (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Provides manufacturers, specifiers, retailers, purchasers and users with requirements and test methods for general safety, strength, durability, stability and dimensions for office desks, office workstations, and tables intended to be used as office desks, for use in indoor commercial and/or home office environments, to assist in determining the suitability of these items for their intended purpose.

AS 1657:2018

Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders - Design, construction and installation (FOREIGN STANDARD)

This Standard sets out requirements for the design, selection, construction and installation of fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders that are intended to provide safe access to places used by operating, inspection, maintenance and servicing personnel.

AS 2545-1987 (Reference Use Only)

Subcontract conditions (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Provides a set of compatible subcontract conditions for subcontracts involving site work on projects where AS 2124-1986 is in use as the head contract between the main contractor and the principal.

AS 2783-1992

Use of reinforced concrete for small swimming pools (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Specifies requirements for the structural design and construction of swimming pools constructed wholly or partly of either in-situ or pneumatically applied reinforced concrete. It applies to pools containing disinfected water with a pH not less than 6.5 and a salinity not greater than that of sea water, having a surface area not greater than 100 m(sup)2(/sup) and having an overall length not greater than 15 m.

AS 3575-1995

Clearing saws, brushcutters and grass trimmers - Safety requirements (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Specifies safety requirements for electrically driven and internal combustion engine-driven clearing saws, brushcutters and grass trimmers for use in clearing grass, weeds, brush, shrubs and small trees. It is not applicable to knapsack power units, dedicated lawn edge trimmers, pole pruners or lawn trimmers complying with AS 4057. The technical requirements specified take account of those under consideration by the responsible ISO Committee.

AS 4000-1997 (Reference Use Only)

General conditions of contract (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Comprises general conditions of contract suitable for application in a wide variety of construction and building contracts including civil, mechanical, electrical and other types of engineering contracts.

AS 4300-1995 (Reference Use Only)

General conditions of contract for design and construct (FOREIGN STANDARD)

Specifies general conditions of contract suitable for the design and construct project procurement method. The Standard provides for different variations of the design and construct contract, namely design development and construct, and design novate and construct. This Standard is part of the suite of contracts based on AS 2124-1992 General conditions of contract.


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