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DR AS/NZS 1301.456s:2022 Methods of test for pulp and paper, Method 456: Determination of conductivity of aqueous extracts of paper, board and pulps

The objective of this document is to specify a method for the determination of the conductivity of aqueous extracts of paper, board or pulp, these extracts having been prepared by a hot or cold method.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 6587:2021, Paper, board and pulps — Determination of conductivity of aqueous extracts.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 28/6/2022

DR AS/NZS 4836:2022 Safe working on or near low-voltage electrical installations and equipment

The objective of this document is to provide principles of safe working practices and recommended safe working procedures when working on or near low-voltage electrical installations and equipment.

The major changes in this edition involve additional information on the following:

(a) Principles of risk management, assessment of risk, and risk treatment.
(b) Working with asbestos and polychlorinated biphenyls.
(c) Working below ground level.
(d) Cutting cables and wiring enclosures.
(e) Selection and use of test equipment.
(f) Selection and use of personal protective equipment.
(g) Preservation of an incident scene.

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 1/6/2022

DR AS/NZS 62560:2017 Amd 2:2022 Self-ballasted LED-lamps for general lighting services by voltage > 50 V - Safety specifications (IEC 62560:2011+AMD1:2015 CSV, MOD)

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Front cover
• Preface
• Amendment 1

The secretariat of this committee is managed by Standards Australia. Please see the attached document on how to access public comment drafts and submitting comments via the Standards Australia Public Commenting Portal, Connect.

Closing date for comments 29/6/2022