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DR 21012 AS/NZS 3760:2021 In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment and RCD’s

This standard was prepared by the Joint Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee EL 036 – In-service testing of electrical equipment to supersede AS/NZS 3760:2010 and its Amendment No. 1 (2011) and Amendment No. 2 (2012) 12 months from the date of publication. This edition has undergone a complete revision.

In-service testing is a necessary part of any safety programme to help ensure the safety of persons using electrical equipment in the workplace. This standard specifies in-service safety inspection and testing protocols and criteria that satisfy these obligations, and provides a cost-effective approach to safety without jeopardizing personnel safety or involving excessive equipment downtime.
Note: In-service testing and inspection deals with the safety of electrical equipment and not just the electrical safety.

The philosophy of the document is to provide an inspection and testing regime capable of implementation with only simple instrumentation, and performed by a person not necessarily having formal qualifications or registration, but who has the necessary practical and theoretical skills, acquired through training, qualification, experience or a combination of these, to correctly undertake the tasks prescribed by this standard.

Closing date for comments 23/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 1747:2021 Reeling, trailing and feeder cables used for mining – Repair, testing and fitting of accessories

The objective of this document is to provide standard procedures for the repair and testing of reeling, trailing and feeder cables used in mining applications, and to establish requirements for the repair of cables which will ensure that the repaired cable is returned to a condition as near as possible to the original design. It also sets out requirements for the fitting of accessories to these cables.

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Closing date for comments 10/9/2021

DR AS/NZS 2007.1:2021 Amd 1:2021 Performance of household electrical appliances - Dishwashers - Methods of measuring performance, energy and water consumption

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Introduction
• Clause H.2

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Closing date for comments 28/7/2021

DR AS/NZS 2442.1:2021 Amd 1:2021 Performance of household electrical appliance - Rotary clothes dryers - Part 1: Energy consumption and performance

This Amendment applies to the following element:
• Clauses 1.4.3 and A.3.7

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Closing date for comments 28/7/2021

DR AS/NZS 2845.1:2021 Water supply – Backflow prevention devices, Part 1: Materials, design and performance requirements

The objective of this Standard is to provide health and safety and protection of the environment by providing suitable devices that qualify with established type testing.

This revision includes the following changes:
(a) Changes to detector assemblies which improve performance, resulting in less head loss in fire installations to provide greater water pressure to fight fires.
(b) Guidance on change-out timelines for non-testable devices to benefit water network utility operators and property owners by reducing chance of a defective device remaining installed and not providing the required protection of the drinking water.

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Closing date for comments 8/9/2021

DR AS/NZS 3019:2021 Electrical installations - Periodic assessment

The document aims to provide the means to determine, as far as reasonably practicable, whether the installation and all its constituent equipment is in a safe condition for continued use, and that the electrical installation complies with safety requirements for the prevention of fire and the protection of persons and livestock from electric shock, see Clause 2.6.

This document differs from the previous edition, AS/NZS 3019:2007, in the following ways:
a. The Sections are intended to be applied cumulatively rather than each section standing alone.
b. The testing requirements in Section 4 are intended to minimize disruption to the continued use of the installation while the assessment is carried out.
c. Inspection and testing requirements have been updated to maintain alignment with AS/NZS 3000.
d. For New Zealand, a new Section 6 has been added; to be applied where the safety of an existing installation should be of a higher standard than that which applied at the time(s) of original construction of the various parts of the installation, but where full compliance with the current requirements for a new installation is not warranted or required.
e. Sample reporting forms have been revised to be more appropriate for purpose.

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Closing date for comments 2/9/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 3580.9.11:2021 Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air – Determination of suspended particulate matter – PM~10~ beta attenuation monitors

The objective of this document is to provide regulatory and testing bodies with a method for continuously monitoring suspended particulate matter with an equivalent aerodynamic diameter (EAD) of less than 10 μm (PM10) in ambient air, providing near real-time measurement of mean particle concentration.

The major changes in this edition are as follows:
(a) Alignment with current technology and to ensure consistency and uniformity across the different methods in use.
(b) Provision of an essential reference to AS 3580.19, Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air, Method 19: Ambient air quality data validation and reporting.

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Closing date for comments 25/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 3580.9.12:2021 Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air – Determination of suspended particulate matter – PM~2.5~ beta attenuation monitors

The objective of this document is to provide regulatory and testing bodies with a method for continuously monitoring suspended particulate matter with an equivalent aerodynamic diameter (EAD) of less than 2.5 μm (PM2.5) in ambient air, providing near real-time measurement of mean particle concentration.

The major changes in this edition are as follows:
(a) Alignment with current technology and to ensure consistency and uniformity across the different methods used in other continuous particulate monitoring standards.
(b) (b) Provision of an essential reference to AS 3580.19, Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air, Method 19: Ambient air quality data validation and reporting.

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Closing date for comments 25/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 3580.9.13:2021 Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air – Determination of suspended particulate matter – PM~2.5~ continuous direct mass method using a tapered element oscillating microbalance monitor

This Standard was prepared by the Joint Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee EV‑007, Methods for Examination of Air, to supersede AS/NZS 3580.9.13:2013.

The objective of this document is to provide regulatory and testing bodies with a standard method for continuously monitoring suspended particulate matter with an equivalent aerodynamic diameter (EAD) of less than 2.5 µm (PM2.5) in ambient air, providing near real-time measurement of mean particle concentration. It also allows for the use of a dichotomous instrument thereby providing simultaneous measurement of coarse particulates with diameters between 2.5 and 10 µm (PM10-2.5).

The major changes in this edition are as follows:
(a) Alignment with current technology and to ensure consistency and uniformity across the different methods used in other continuous particulate monitoring standards.
(b) Provision of an essential reference to AS 3580.19, Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air, Method 19: Ambient air quality data validation and reporting.

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Closing date for comments 25/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 3580.9.16:2021 Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air – Determination of suspended particulate matter – PM~10~ continuous direct mass method using a tapered element oscillating microbalance monitor incorporating a filter dynamics measurement system

This Standard was prepared by the Joint Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee EV‑007, Methods for Examination of Air, to supersede AS/NZS 3580.9.16:2016.

The objective of this document is to provide regulatory and testing bodies with a standard method for continuously monitoring suspended particulate matter with an equivalent aerodynamic diameter (EAD) of less than 10 µm (PM10) in ambient air, providing near real-time measurement of mean particle concentration.

The major changes in this edition are as follows:
(a) Alignment with current technology and to ensure consistency and uniformity across the different methods used in other continuous particulate monitoring standards.
(b) Provision of an essential reference to AS 3580.19, Methods for sampling and analysis of ambient air, Method 19: Ambient air quality data validation and reporting.

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Closing date for comments 25/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 4268:2017 Amd 1:2021

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Preface
• Table 1

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Closing date for comments 1/9/2021

DR AS/NZS 5263.1.3:2021 Amd 1:2021 Gas Appliances Part 1.3: Gas space heating appliances

The objective of this standard is to specify requirements and test methods that apply in conjunction with AS/NZS 5263.0 for gas space heating appliances with natural draught or fan assisted combustion systems using natural gas, town gas, LP Gas and TLP, with an energy input not exceeding 150 MJ/h.

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
Clause 1.4, Clause 5.2 and Appendix ZC.

Closing date for comments 3/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 5263.1.8:2021 Amd1:2021 Gas appliances, Part 1.8: Decorative effect gas appliances

The objective of this standard is to specify requirements for Type 1 and Type 2 decorative effect gas appliances with natural draught or fan assisted combustion systems, with an energy input not exceeding 72 MJ/h that apply in conjunction with AS/NZS 5263.0:2017.

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
Clause 1.4, Clause 5.2 and Appendix ZC.

Closing date for comments 3/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 60947.1:2021 Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear, Part 1: General rules

The objective of this document is to specify requirements, when required by the relevant product standard, to low-voltage switchgear and controlgear hereinafter referred to as “equipment” or “device” and intended to be connected to circuits, the rated voltage of which does not exceed 1 000 V AC or 1 500 V DC.

This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60947‑1:2020, Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear — Part 1: General rules.

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Closing date for comments 25/8/2021

DR AS/NZS 61386.22:2021 Conduit systems for cable management, Part 22: Particular requirements – Pliable conduit systems

The objective of this Standard is to provide Australian and New Zealand electrical industries with requirements for pliable conduit systems for cable management.

The essential safety requirements in AS/NZS 3820, Essential safety requirements for electrical equipment, that could be applicable to cable management systems are covered by this Standard.

This Standard is based on but not equivalent to IEC 61386‑22, Ed.1.0 (2002), Conduit systems for cable management, Part 22: Particular requirements—Pliable conduit systems. The main areas of variation from IEC include dimensional requirements.

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Closing date for comments 10/9/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.10:2021 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.10: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables - Apparatus

The objective of this document is to detail the apparatus and its arrangement and calibration for methods of test for the assessment of vertical flame spread of vertically mounted bunched wires or cables, electrical or optical, under defined conditions.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60332 3 10:2018, Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3-10: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables — Apparatus.

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.21:2021 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.21: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category A F/R

The objective of this document is to detail the apparatus and its arrangement and calibration for methods of test for the assessment of vertical flame spread of vertically mounted bunched wires or cables, electrical or optical, under defined conditions.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60332 3 10:2018, Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3-10: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables — Apparatus.

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.22:2021 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.22: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category A

The objective of this document is to cover category A for methods of test for the assessment of vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables, under defined conditions.

This document relates to cables installed on the test ladder to achieve a nominal total volume of non-metallic material of 7 l/m of test sample. The flame application time is 40 min. The method of mounting uses the front of the ladder, a standard or wide ladder being used for cables having a conductor cross-section greater than 35 mm2 according to the number of test pieces required, and a standard ladder for conductor cross-sections 35 mm2 and smaller. The category is intended for general use where high volumes of non-metallic material are required to be evaluated.

The test is intended for type approval testing. The requirements for the selection of cables for testing are given in Annex A. The flame spread is measured as the extent of damage of the cable sample. This procedure can be used to demonstrate the cable’s ability to limit flame spread. A recommended performance requirement is given in Annex B.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60332 3 22:2018, Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions – Part 3-22: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category A.

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.23:2021 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.23: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category B

The objective of this document is to cover category B for methods of test for the assessment of vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables, under defined conditions.

This document relates to cables installed on the test ladder to achieve a nominal total volume of non-metallic material of 3.5 l/m of test sample. The flame application time is 40 min. The method of mounting uses the front of the standard ladder. The category is intended for general use where medium volumes of non-metallic material are required to be evaluated.

The test is intended for type approval testing. The requirements for the selection of cables for testing are given in Annex A. The flame spread is measured as the extent of damage of the cable sample. This procedure can be used to demonstrate the cable’s ability to limit flame spread. A recommended performance requirement is given in Annex B.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60332 3 23:2018, Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions – Part 3-23: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category B.

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.24:2021 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.24: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category C

The objective of this document is to cover category C for methods of test for the assessment of vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables, under defined conditions.

This document relates to cables installed on the test ladder to achieve a nominal total volume of non-metallic material of 1,5 l/m of test sample. The flame application time is 20 min. The method of mounting uses the front of the standard ladder. The category is intended for general use where low volumes of non-metallic material are required to be evaluated.

The test is intended for type approval testing. The requirements for the selection of cables for testing are given in Annex A. The flame spread is measured as the extent of damage of the cable sample. This procedure can be used to demonstrate the cable’s ability to limit flame spread.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60332 3 24:2018 (ED.2.0), Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions – Part 3-24: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category C.

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60332.3.25:2021 Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions, Part 3.25: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category D

The objective of this document is to cover category D for methods of test for the assessment of vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables, under defined conditions.

This document relates only to small cables of overall diameter 12 mm or smaller and cross-section of 35 mm2 or smaller installed on the test ladder to achieve a nominal total volume of non-metallic material of 0.5 l/m of test sample. The flame application time is 20 min. The method of mounting uses the front of the standard ladder in touching formation only. The category is intended for use with small cables where very low volumes of non-metallic material are required to be evaluated.

The test is intended for type approval testing. The requirements for the selection of cables for testing are given in Annex A. The flame spread is measured as the extent of damage of the cable sample. This procedure can be used to demonstrate the cable’s ability to limit flame spread. A recommended performance requirement is given in Annex B.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60332-3-25:2018, Tests on electric and optical fibre cables under fire conditions – Part 3-25: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables – Category D.

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60754.1:2017 Amd 1:2021 Test on gases evolved during combustion of materials from cables, Part 1: Determination of the halogen acid gas content Amendment 1

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

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 60754.2:2017 Amd 1:2021 Test on gases evolved during combustion of materials from cables, Part 2: Determination of acidity (by pH measurement) and conductivity Amendment 1

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

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 61034.1:2017 Amd 1:2021 ---Measurement of smoke density of cables burning under defined conditions, Part 1: Test apparatus Amendment 1

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Front cover
• Preface
• Amendment 2

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 61034.2:2017 Amd 1:2021 Measurement of smoke density of cables burning under defined conditions, Part 2: Test procedure and requirements Amendment 1

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Front cover
• Preface
• Amendment 2

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Closing date for comments 30/8/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC/IEEE 62209.1528:2021 Measurement procedure for the assessment of specific absorption rate of human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless communication devices, Part 1528: Human models, instrumentation, and procedures (Frequency range of 4

The objective of this document is to specify protocols and test procedures for the reproducible and repeatable measurement of the conservative exposure peak spatial average SAR (psSAR) induced inside a simplified model of the head and the body by radio-frequency (RF) transmitting devices, with a defined measurement uncertainty. These protocols and procedures apply to a significant majority of the population, including children, during the use of hand-held and body-worn wireless communication devices. These devices include single or multiple transmitters or antennas and are operated with their radiating structure(s) at distances up to 200 mm from a human head or body. This document is employed to evaluate SAR compliance of different types of wireless communication devices used next to the ear, in front of the face, mounted on the body, operating in conjunction with other RF-transmitting, non-transmitting devices or accessories (e.g. belt-clips), or embedded in garments. The applicable frequency range is from 4 MHz to 10 GHz. Devices operating in the applicable frequency range can be tested using the phantoms and other requirements defined in this document.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC/IEEE 62209-1528:2020, Measurement procedure for the assessment of specific absorption rate of human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless communication devices – Part 1528: Human models, instrumentation, and procedures (Frequency range of 4 MHz to 10 GHz).

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Closing date for comments 18/8/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 19111:2019 Amd 1:2021 Geographic information – Referencing by coordinates

This Amendment applies to the following elements:
• Front Cover
• Preface
• Bibliography

This standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19111:2019 Amd 1:2021 Geographic information — Referencing by coordinates

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Closing date for comments 26/8/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 19116:2020 Amd 1:2021 Geographic information – Positioning services

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

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19116:2019 Amd 1:2021 Geographic information – Positioning services.

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Closing date for comments 18/8/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 19126:2021 Geographic information – Feature concept dictionaries and registers

The objective of this document is to specify a schema for feature concept dictionaries to be established and managed as registers. It does not specify schemas for feature catalogues or for the management of feature catalogues as registers. However, as feature catalogues are often derived from feature concept dictionaries, this document does specify a schema for a hierarchical register of feature concept dictionaries and feature catalogues. These registers are in accordance with AS ISO 19135.1.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19126:2021, Geographic information — Feature concept dictionaries and registers.

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Closing date for comments 30/7/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 19135.1:2018 Amd 1:2021 Geographical information - Procedures for item registration, Part 1: Fundamentals

This amendment applies to:
• Front cover
• Preface
• Amendment 1

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Closing date for comments 30/7/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 690:2021 Information and documentation — Guidelines for bibliographic references and citations to information resources

The objective of this document is to describe a set of principles, guidelines, and requirements for the preparation of bibliographic references and citations in works that are not themselves primarily bibliographical. It is applicable to bibliographic references and citations for all kinds of information resources, including but not limited to monographs, serials, contributions within monographs and serials, patents, cartographic materials, artworks, performances and diverse electronic resources, such as research data sets, databases, programs and applications, Web archives and social media, music, recorded sound, prints, photographs, graphic and audio-visual materials, archival sources and moving images.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 690:2021, Information and documentation — Guidelines for bibliographic references and citations to information resources.

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Closing date for comments 31/8/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO/IEC 18598:202X Amd 1:2021 Information technology — Automated infrastructure management (AIM) systems — Requirements, data exchange and applications

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

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC 18598:2016 Amd 1:2021, Information technology – Automated infrastructure management (AIM) systems – Requirements, data exchange and applications.

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Closing date for comments 20/8/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO/IEC 23127.1:2021 Information technology — Learning, education, and training — Metadata for facilitators of online learning, Part 1: Framework

The objective of this document is to specify a metadata structure to store, present and exchange online learning facilitator (OLF) information by specifying the data elements and their attributes to describe facilitator’s information on various kinds of online education platforms.

This document provides a generic information model of OLF to describe relevant information that applies to the facilitation and training services provided online, and includes information about the person offering facilitation, the affiliation of the person, facilitation ability, facilitation practices, the facilitation service offered, learners’ reviews and testimonies, and related social network information. The conceptual data model allows the linguistic diversity of OLF information attributes and offers a flexible metadata schema to describe them.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC 23127‑1:2021 Information technology — Learning, education, and training — Metadata for facilitators of online learning — Part 1: Framework.

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Closing date for comments 2/9/2021