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Contents
About this Catalogue

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Copyright Service

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About SAI Global Information Services

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About Standards Australia

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Glossary of Terms

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Abbreviations

Example of Catalogue Entry

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How to Buy Standards

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Australian Standards in Numerical Order


Standards
Classified Standards
Miscellaneous Set & CD Products
Reference Materials & Technical Reports
Handbooks
Miscellaneous Publications
Rulings
Other National Standards & Similar Publications

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Subject Index

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About this Catalogue


This Catalogue contains a complete list of all Australian
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order. It also contains an extensive subject index to help
you identify Standards that may be relevant to your needs.

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About Standards Australia


Australian Standards and a range of related publications

are developed by Standards Australia , an organisation


that is recognised by the Government as the peak, nongovernment Standards body in Australia.
It works to meet the expectations of the Australian
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Glossary of Terms
Amendments and Revisions
This Catalogue covers all Australian Standards available
as of 1 January 2016. It should be noted that the
subsequent revision of any Standard, whether by new
edition or amendment, supersedes the previous edition or
part of the Standard so revised or reprinted. Published
amendments are usually incorporated when a Standard is
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Responsible Technical Committee
A reference to the technical committee responsible for the
preparation of each Standard is shown in parentheses
following the entry, e.g. (EL-002).
Available Superseded Standards
An available superseded Standard is one which has been
made available for a period of time although it has been
formally superseded by another Standard. Its availability is
maintained where it is referenced in legislation or
regulations or in other Standards, and its use should be
restricted to where so referenced.
Obsolescent Standards
Obsolescent indicates that the Standard is not
recommended for new equipment or as a current practice,
but is retained in order to provide for servicing of existing
equipment or requirements.
Interim Standards
Interim Standards are temporary or provisional Standards.
Joint Australian/New Zealand Standards

Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand


produce and publish Joint Standards through joint
technical committees. Adoption of an existing Standard
from either country can also be made at either revision or
reprint stage, at which time it is reproduced as a joint
single document.
Relationship between International and Australian
Standards
Many ISO and IEC Standards have been adopted as
Australian Standards. To identify any equivalence
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Abbreviations
ACA

Australian Communications Authority

ACIF

Australian Communications Industry Forum

AGA

The Australian Gas Association

Amdt

Amendment

ANSI

American National Standards Institute

AS

Australian Standard

AS/NZS

Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard

ASCRM

Australian Standard Certified Reference Material

ASTM

American Society for Testing and Materials

BS

British Standard

CCITT

International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee

CEN

European Committee for Standardization

CENELEC European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization


CIDA

Construction Industry Development Agency

CISPR

International Special Committee on Radio Interference

DIN

German Standard

ETSI

European Telecommunications Standards Institute

IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

IEEE

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

ISBN

International Standard Book Number

I.S. EN

Irish Standard European Norms

ISO

International Organization for Standardization

ITU

International Telecommunications Union

NZS

New Zealand Standard

SAA

Standards Australia

SIRCA

Securities Industry Research Centre of Asia-Pacific

SNZ

Standards New Zealand

Supp

Supplement

TR

Technical Report

WSAA

Water Services Association of Australia

WTIA

Welding Technology Institute of Australia

NP

National Precast Concrete Association Australia (NPCAA)

S8

Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)

DE

Decision Easy

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Example of Catalogue Entry

Standard prefix and number


Generic title
Part number
Part title
Relationship to International Standard
Amendments

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Synopsis

AS/NZS 3350
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
AS/NZS 3350.1:1994
General requirements
IEC 335-1:1991
Amdt 1

117pp

Number of pages

March 1995

Specifies general safety requirements for household and similar electrical


appliances. It is a base Standard which, when combined with a particular
Standard in the AS/NZS 3350 series, becomes a complete Standard for the
particular appliance. This Standard is technically equivalent to, and has been
reproduced from, IEC 335-1:1991.
(EL-002)
Committee number

Designation and Title of Standards


The designation of a Standard consists of a prefix
referencing the publisher(s), a serial number and the year
of publication.

been reconfirmed (Rec). Amendments, Supplements and


Rulings also have a number, starting from 1 and relevant
to that Standard only. These additional suffixes also have
a publication date, separated from their own number by a
colon.

The prefix AS denotes an Australian Standard.


The prefix AS/NZS denotes a joint Australian/New
Zealand Standard. The prefix AS/NZS ISO (or IEC or
ISO/IEC) denotes an International Standard which has
been adopted as a joint Australian/New Zealand Standard.
The prefix for other documents consists of a publisher (SA
or SA/SNZ) and a document type (HB for Handbook, TR
for Technical Report, TS for Technical Specification or MP
for Miscellaneous Publication). The prefix is followed by a
number which may include a part number, separated by a
point from the main number. The part number may also
contain sub-part and sub sub-part numbers, all separated
by points.
Titles include a generic title which is given to a standalone Standard, or which is the same for all parts of a
series; a part title, which is specific to a particular
Standard in a series; and potentially a sub-part title and a
sub sub-part, if applicable.
The year of publication is added at the end of the
designation, preceded by a colon. Additional suffixes may
also be added, signifying that the publication is an
Amendment (Amd), Supplement (Sup) or Ruling (Rul) to a
Standard or other document, or that the document has

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